Relationships

October 21, 2020
The Listening Brain Podcast

The Listening Brain Podcast: A Conversation with Dr. Dale Atkins

The Listening Brain Podcast: A Conversation with Dr. Dale Atkins Host Todd Houston, Ph.D. and guest Dr. Dale Atkins explore childhood hearing loss through the lives of the parents and families who are on this journey.   Dr. Dale Atkins is a licensed psychologist with an MA in Special Education […]
October 2, 2020
Dr. Dale Atkins: The Kindness Advantage: Cultivating Compassionate and Connected Children

Dr. Dale Atkins at Sacred Heart University on Monday, Oct 5th at 7pm EST

Join Live! Monday, October 5th, at 7pm EST Watch Live on YouTube! The Human Journey Colloquia Series, sponsored by Sacred Heart University, presents author and psychologist Dr. Dale Atkins who will speak about The Kindness Advantage: Cultivating Compassionate and Connected Children Join the conversation live on YouTube: https://www.sacredheart.edu/kindness
September 25, 2020

The Kindness Podcast with Nicole Phillips

Listen to The Kindness Podcast (The Kindness Advantage w/ Amanda Salzhauer & Dale Atkins)
August 7, 2020
Taking Our Own Personal Needs Seriously Despite What Others Do or Think

Taking Our Own Personal Needs Seriously, Despite What Others Do or Think

We are always living with the unknown. But during COVID-19, that unknown has been magnified. We try to get a handle on information to make informed decisions that affect us and our families and friends in the midst of news cycles and people’s behaviors that are like shifting sands. Additionally, […]
July 16, 2020

Helping Our Children Process Protests for Racial Justice

As white people, we have the opportunity to learn that Black people almost always experience their daily lives in ways that we do not understand.
June 9, 2020

Tips for Performing Acts of Kindness

Many of you have read about and heard Amanda Salzhauer (co-author of The Kindness Advantage) and me discuss The Helper’s High, a term coined by Alan Lux). The Helper’s High refers to a flood of endorphins that occurs in a person doing a kind act that makes them feel good and encourages them to do another […]
June 9, 2020

Conversation Hugs

Because of COVID-19, many of the critical ways we connect with others – person to person conversations, physical touch, hugs – have become impossible. Millions of people have turned to frequent phone calls, Zoom, and other internet platforms seeking to find ways to replace the missing connection. Often these efforts […]
February 4, 2020

Tips for Attending to Someone’s Grief

For most of my professional career I have tried to help people come to terms with loss.  The loss of the child they had hoped for and the adaptation to the one they had; the loss of a job that they wanted or had; the loss of a relationship, the […]
February 4, 2020

Lessons on How to Live

As some of you are aware, my beloved mother, Sylvia Atkins, died one month ago.  A role model to almost everyone who met her, she was loving, inspirational, and lived with an indescribable vibrancy and energy.  She had a deep appreciation of life and was curious about everyone she met. […]
December 30, 2019

Tips for the Gift of Listening

Many of us think our role in a conversation is to talk. In fact, what most people seem to prefer is to have a conversation partner who is a good listener.  We may say too much, repeat ourselves to make a point (when the point is already made), talk about […]