Jeannette was recently interviewed on the radio by Don McCauley of the freepublicitygroup.com.
A 2013 edition of a book entitled BRAINSTORM:THE POWER AND PURPOSE OF THE TEENAGE BRAIN written by psychiatrist Daniel J.Siegel, MD (www.drdansiegel.com) is a must read for both teenagers and family members.
Previously adolescence was thought to occur between the ages of 13 and 19, however recent research establishes how this challenging period extends from ages to 12 to 24. Many myths surround adolescence. One example is the belief that raging hormones cause teenagers to "go mad" or to "lose their minds." Although hormones do increase during adolescence, primarily what occurs results from changes in the development of the brain.
Jeannette M. Gagan was recently interviewed by Mari Frank on a University of California Irvine radio program about her book and the role of the ego in conflict resolution.
Some people believe they have no creativity. Some people spend most of their days immersed in creative projects. Some people are fortunate to have jobs that pay for their creative efforts. Others who hold more mundane jobs have learned to spend off time in very creative ways. The fact of the matter is that everyone is creative whether one knows it or not.