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Undivided Episode 21 : "Teen Stress"

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Undivided is a podcast series that focuses on societal perceptions and breaking down societal barriers either racial, cultural, religious, age based, gender based, or socio-economic in nature. The goal is to provide strategies to overcome these barriers and live together in unity, harmony, wellness, and peace.


My next episode will focus on the unbelievable amounts of stress that high school students are under in America today. My special guest will be Arlene Schneider who will provide her expertise on this topic. The consequences of high stress levels, the causes of the stress, and how parents can navigate the situation will all be examined in this episode. The impact of stress on students at this age level can manifest itself in a variety of ways, which will also be discussed. 


Arlene Schneider holds a Masters in Social Work degree from Louisiana State University and worked in a number of clinical settings for 14 years. Arlene put her career on hold to raise her two sons and became interested in life coaching. Ms. Schneider is a Professional Certified Coach from the International Coaching Federation and an Associate Accredited Coach. Her practice specializes in coaching both students and parents of high school students. Arlene will lend her experience in the clinical setting and as a coach to this powerful dialogue. 


Frank J. Maduri is the host of Undivided and is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) and ELI-MP. His coaching practice focuses on personal development and career transitions. He is also a freelance writer and journalist with numerous publishing credits. He has a poetry collection published on Amazon and a second book in production. Please join us for this powerful episode on an important topic for families and children.