Mind Kind is a podcast to support resilience in mental health. In the first series, Dr Joanna North answers questions sent in by parents under a variety of topics, based on her book 'Mind Kind – Your Child's Mental Health'. In the second series she discusses the impact of adoption and addresses some of the challenges faced by both adopted adults and relatives affected by adoption.
Dr Joanna North is a senior accredited psychotherapist (BACP) and separately a chartered psychologist (BPS) specialising in mental health.* Subscribe to this Mind Kind podcast so you don't miss future episodes. Link to the Mind Kind book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mind-Kind-Childs-Mental-Health/dp/1925335941.Link to Mind Kind Podcast Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/mindkindpodcast
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