Everyday 87% of the population lives under some kind of stress.

  • Studies show that the average teen of today has the stress and anxiety level of a psychiatric patient in the 1950’s.
  • 49 percent of high school students reported feeling “a great deal of stress” on a daily basis.


What can we do about this?  How can we help our children and ourselves?


My expert teen guest, Brian Chao, is entering his junior year at the University of Pennsylvania. He previously attended Mira Costa High School and is from Manhattan Beach, CA. He is currently studying Cognitive Science and is very interested in pursuing a potential career in clinical psychology, experimental psychology, or mental health policy. He is currently involved in multiple mental wellness organizations at Penn.


My guest co-host, Anna Pirkl, began her journey in 2005 into the field of helping professionals as a volunteer for Free Arts for Abused Children.  She now specializes in addiction and recovery work, complex trauma, and anxiety.   She’s a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist and Registered Art Therapist.   Her overall approach is grounded in Humanistic philosophy.


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