Full Potential, Now! Episode 32 – Dr. Stephanie Steinman – Mindfulness
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In this episode of Full Potential, Now!, Ted speaks with Dr. Stephanie Steinman, assistant professor and psychologist at UW Madison. Dr. Steinman shares some excellent knowledge on mindfulness, relapse prevention and coping with the coronavirus. Don’t go anywhere.
About Dr. Stephanie Steinman:
Dr. Stephanie Steinman decided on a career in psychology in 7th grade. After completing her master’s degree in clinical-counseling psychology, she worked in Seattle at a residential treatment facility for adolescents diagnosed with substance use and mental health disorders using mindfulness and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. She then moved to Madison, Wisconsin and worked full-time for UW Health while completing her doctoral degree and having two children. She is now an assistant professor and psychologist at UW Madison and practices clinical psychology in an outpatient setting with all ages. In addition to clinical work, Dr. Steinman teaches medical students, psychology interns, and residents. She was named the National Addictions Outstanding Clinician of the Year in 2010. She specializes in addiction and mindfulness-based treatments.
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This time, we’d like to share some helpful materials recommended by Dr. Steinman:
The Adolescent Brain: Things to Remember…
Book List for Parenting Teens
Detailed Signs/Symptoms of Drug Use
Additionally, Dr. Steinman would like to share these useful links:
Mindfulness Relapse Prevention Resources
Headspace: “Mindfulness for your everyday life” app
Produced by Ted Izydor and John Praw Kruse.
This episode features music by John Praw Kruse.
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