Dr. Jason Stein is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. He has been working in the field for over sixteen years as a therapist and clinical supervisor.Dr. Stein conducts seminars on teenage drug and alcohol issues, workshops on ‘Pro-Active Parenting’ and ‘Family Communication’, and teaches other therapists how to do family therapy.His specialties include family and couple issues, childhood anxiety, teen substance abuse, ADHD, socialization/peer relationships, and school-related behavioral problems. Dr. Stein’s approach focuses on empowering clients to utilize their strengths, and the ability to make choices.
iRYZE is a series of workbooks (Ryzers) that motivate young people (ages 10-18) to take charge of their lives and be their best on their own terms by identifying the tools that will empower them to be successful in school and life.
Issue – How do you know when someone is telling the truth or when you should tell the truth?
Tools – Truth is about perception of accuracy. Share your perception not as fact (i.e. closed minded), but rather as “This was my experience…” This creates a space for dialogue and understanding. Continue reading
Join co-hosts Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) and Jason Stein, PhD (www.iRyze.com), as they continue to discuss this important topic. Continue reading
A report in the New England Journal of Medicine revealed surprising news: More and more children are experiencing anxiety. Helping your child deal with it first requires being able to recognize it. Continue reading
Its always better to find something to move toward as a motivation vs. being afraid of something you want to move away from.