This podcast features, Anne Moss Rogers. Following her son Charles’s tragic suicide on June 5, 2015, she sold her digital marketing business to speak on the topics of mental health and suicide prevention with a focus on helping educators build a climate and culture of student wellness.
Her second book, Emotionally Naked: A Teacher’s Guide to Preventing Suicide and Recognizing Students at Risk written with co-writer Kim O’Brien, PhD, licensed clinical social worker, was published in August 2021 through Jossey Bass.
This is the 100 episodes, Andy Levine has pulled together 6 key takeaways on second acts:
1. Find What Feeds You 2. For Inspiration, Look Back To Your Childhood 3. Expect Barriers – Lots of Them 4. Trauma Often Triggers A Second Act 5. There Are Leapers And There Are Planners 6. You’re Never Too Old To Make A Change
You Turn is the world’s largest library of therapist-led, evidence-backed mental health and substance misuse educational and training content available, designed to meet people where they are, delivered in simple, short videos in an easy-to-use, quick-to-consume format.
L.E.A.P.=Listen, Engage, Allow and Process your own Healing Journey
Conversation with Author, Subject Matter Expert and Speaker Anne Moss Rogers on Suicide
Susan E. Casey, author of the book, ROCK ON: Mining for Joy in the Deep River of Grief, and founder of the L.E.A.P. podcast wants you to know that no matter how dark and hopeless the days feel, light and hope live right around the corner. Embrace your awesomeness and leap with us into light and healing.
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Second Act Stories is a podcast that shares the stories of people who have made major career changes to pursue more rewarding lives in a second act. Each episode examines the “before” and “after” phases of a life/career change and offers lessons learned.