8-13-16 Coping with Death and Loss (Radio)

War, terror, violence, and personal loss due to illness, aging, and tragedy…it all takes a toll. Do you know how to care for yourself and loved ones after a tragedy strikes? On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, licensed therapist and psychology professor, Linda Buzogany shares information on coping with death and loss. […]

6-25-16 Coping with Anxiety Disorders

Do you suffer from debilitating anxiety? Have you started avoiding people, places, and situations because of fear of having a panic attack? Do you have friends or loved ones who have been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, but you don’t know how you can help? Licensed psychologist, Dr. Michele Cooley-Strickland explains everything you always wanted […]

Next on Living Well with Dr. Peg (6-25-16)

Do you suffer from debilitating anxiety? Have you started avoiding people, places, and situations because of fear of having a panic attack? Do you have friends or loved ones who have been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, but you don’t know how you can help? My guest this week is licensed psychologist, Dr. Michele Cooley-Strickland, […]

Mental Health 101 & Church Safety Workshop in Aurora, Colorado (near Denver)

Do you know the signs that a person may have a mental health issue? What should you do if you suspect that mental illness is contributing to disruptive or problem behavior? If you were confronted with a suicidal person, armed gunman (“active shooter”), would you know how to respond? While most mentally ill people are […]

Self-Care, Stress Management, and Burnout Prevention in Higher Education

Got stress? Then this webinar is for you. Not only for higher education professionals, this webinar is for anyone who struggles with stress and achieving balance at work, home, or school. Register at http://www.trainhr.com/control/w_product/~product_id=700933LIVE/~Peggy_Mitchell%20Clarke/~Self-Care,_Stress_Management,_and_Burnout_Prevention_in_Higher_Education

Mental Health 101: Recognizing and Responding to Student Mental Health Issues

Earlier this week, a Brown University graduate student jumped to his death from the 12th floor of the Sciences Library in a confirmed suicide. Do you know how to help friends and loved ones who are struggling with depression, anxiety, or suicidal thoughts? Check out my upcoming webinar called, “Mental Health 101: Recognizing and Responding […]

BE! Black Education Impact Conference

On May 12, 2014, Dr. Peg presented “Violence Prevention and Social Media” at the BE! Conference. Contact Dr. Peg for inquiries or to schedule a similar training at your school or organization. info@drpegonline.com | 303-745-4944. For a partial list of training and professional development topics, click here. Thank you!

Active Shooter Response

January 17, 2014 – Schools, movie theaters, supermarkets…Is anywhere safe? Just one day after a shooting at a New Mexico middle school, there was a fatal shooting in an Indiana supermarket. Do you know how to respond if you find yourself facing an active shooter? Find out what to do on this episode of Living […]

Helping Your Child Cope with School Violence

December 20, 2013 – Last Friday there was a shooting at Arapahoe High School in Centennial Colorado, which left the shooter dead from a self-inflicted gun shot and one student injured and in critical condition. This happened just days before the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting and just miles from Columbine […]

Coping with Holiday Depression

December 6, 2013 – Learn how to cope with holiday stress and recognize some of the signs of depression, suicide, and other mental illness. Listen To Psychology Internet Radio Stations with drpeg on BlogTalkRadio