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How You Play the Game

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

Release Date: 10/01/2019

Speaking About Suicide show art Speaking About Suicide

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

Suicide is often a topic that is difficult to speak about due to stigma and misinformation. Becky Twomey discusses how her husband, Jim, took his own life and the impact this had on those who loved him. Special emphasis is placed on creating supports that help to assist someone experiencing a loss to suicide.

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How You Play the Game show art How You Play the Game

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

Chuck Wilson, one of our nation’s most prominent sports commentators and educators, speaks to the lessons that can be learned through sports. In addition, emphasis is placed on the role athletics can play in child development.

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Tests and Measures show art Tests and Measures

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

Bob Houghtaling, the Director of the East Greenwich Drug Program, extolls the virtues of Prevention and also suggests that we expand our perceptions on how we view success regarding Substance Abuse concerns. Additional emphasis is placed on embracing a broader spectrum of evaluation methods to ascertain progress in education as well.

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A Powerful Advocate show art A Powerful Advocate

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

Dan Fitzgerald discusses his work with Tobacco Free RI. Special emphasis is placed on the Tobacco Industry’s efforts to re-invent itself by promoting E-cigarettes. In addition, consideration is given to a myriad of prevention and advocacy efforts.

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Journeys show art Journeys

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

Marcia Ranglin-Vassell, an educator, lawmaker and author, discusses her long career helping others. Special emphasis is placed on how growing up poor, in Jamaica, has served as an impetus for the work she does. Using poetry to express many facets of the human condition, she promotes connectivity and change.  Marciaranglinvassell401@gmail.com

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A Beloved Community show art A Beloved Community

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

Christine King, Executive Director of the Interfaith Counseling Center, discusses how her organization offers a holistic approach towards reaching individuals in need. Special emphasis is placed on the importance of the ‘Beloved Community’ and how it provides a sense of belonging.    www.interfaithri.org  

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Considering Youth show art Considering Youth

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

Mike Cerullo returns to discuss the major Mental Health and Substance Abuse conditions presenting today’s youth. Special emphasis is place on the role(s) played by technology, cultural norms, lack of information, stigma and isolation. The session concludes with information about positive inroads being made.

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Reaching Out show art Reaching Out

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

Bob Houghtaling discusses the importance of belonging to a caring community as it pertains to Opioid misuse along with a myriad of Mental Health concerns. Special emphasis is placed on how alienation and faulty perceptions impact our responses to each other. In light of the recent El Paso and Dayton gun violence, common sense and compassion are highlighted as key ingredients for creating supportive environments.  

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ASAPP : Part II show art ASAPP : Part II

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

East Greenwich High School students Nick Callahan and Kevin Kidd continue a discussion about how to help youth address Mental Health issues. Special emphasis is placed on finding those viable tools that can provide support.

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ASAPP : Part I  show art ASAPP : Part I

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

East Greenwich High School students Michaela Shunney and Ella Saint discuss how a program they helped create provides insight and skills into handling a myriad of mental health concerns for youth.

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