Independent Thinking: a Podcast by Tilton School [Episode 3]
Sarah O'Neill

This past fall, Tilton School began our venture into the world of podcasting. With a wealth of knowledge throughout our close-knit community, we invited faculty and partners to share in their areas of expertise. Hosted by Mike Landroche, Academic Dean, this monthly podcast serves as a resource for parents and educators of teens.

Welcome to Independent Thinking, where we tackle big questions about how to best help adolescents navigate their high school years, unlock their potential, and prepare for an ever-changing (and ever-challenging) world.

Episode 3

 Anxiety in Today's Teen with Angela Juurlink, School Counselor

Angela Juurlink began at Tilton School in 2005 as the School Counselor, Health and Wellness Co-Coordinator, and Clinical Coordinator. She holds her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Saint Mary’s University and a Masters of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Plymouth State University (PSU). While attending Plymouth State University, Angela worked as a Graduate Assistant and then went on to work as a University Counselor. Prior to her work at Tilton School and PSU, she worked as a Child and Family Counselor at Riverbend Community Mental Health; Clinical Intern, School Clinician at Spaulding Youth Center; and Science, EQ and Art Teacher at The Hunter School, all in New Hampshire. Angela holds professional membership with American Mental Health Counseling Association and New Hampshire Mental Health Counseling Association where she spent two years as a member of the board, as well as a being certified as an Emotional Intelligence Co-Trainer and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor.

For our third episode, Angela will discuss the growing concern of anxiety in today's teens; how to recognize when a teen may be experiencing anxiety and steps you can take to help. 

Audio Engineering: Ben Didsbury '96

Design: Square Spot Design

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