Hi! I'm Dr. Caroline Buzanko

Changing painful stories and teen slang

Published about 1 year ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader,

Check out this week's episodes of Overpowering Emotions and Parents of the Year podcasts!

On Overpowering Emotions this week, I chat with the fabulous Dr. Tonia Winchester about how we can use Neurolinguistic programming (NLP) to heal old emotional pain and stories that keep us from being who we want to be, doing what we want to be doing, and having what we want to be having.

Dr. Tonia talks about how she guides her clients through a "Breakthrough" process where they easily and gently clear the past, and recode their unconscious minds, priming them to make and sustain positive changes in their health and beyond. The results are a strengthened connection to self - more self-love, worth, and value - allowing them to take care of themselves in a self-affirming way, build happy, meaningful relationships and compelling futures.

LISTEN IN to this incredible episode!

Prefer to WATCH?

On Parents of the Year, the whole family - including our two girls - is in the house to poke fun at how outdated my knowledge of teenage slang is. Test your knowledge too - how hip are you with your kids?

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Hi! I'm Dr. Caroline Buzanko

I am made up of many things. Psychologist. Mother. Actress. Public Speaker. Yoda of anxiety. ADHD Superhero. Changer of Lives. I work with children, teens, and their families to help them build better lives by maximizing confidence and forging their resilience. I also work with professionals and educators looking for training and approaches to work effectively with their clients. With over 20 years of experience, I know that maximizing confidence and resilience starts with fostering strong family connections, developing skills, and implementing effective, practical strategies to capitalize on strengths. My focus is on developing these skills for long-term success and positive well-being.

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