Tamara Faber, Andrea Rathke, and Jenny Riecke, three esteemed members of the JFKS Guidance Department, join us to discuss mental heath and neurodiversity.

Show Notes

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Andrea Rathke would love to see you in room B222 and endorses the idea attributed to Francis of Assisi, "Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible."
Tamara Faber usually holds down the fort in Haus Reil, but for now is in GR204. She endorses Growth Mindset with The Big Life Journal. She also mentioned this Ted about ADHD Talk by Stephen Tonti.  
Jenny Riecke is always smiling in B203. She endorses another podcast (dare she!) Cosmo Danke Gute and l Psychologeek with Pia Kabitzsch available on the YouTubes. 
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Identity. Diversity. Empathy. Awareness. Service. The IDEAS Club at the John F. Kennedy School in Berlin, Germany was born of the demand that in our time of crises, in our Age of Anxiety, when democracy is fragile, when intolerance is increasingly tolerated, we must intensify our efforts to create a safe but challenging space to discuss and celebrate diversity. IDEAS is about challenging stereotypes, grappling with our biases, and tackling tough issues.