Parenting in the Age of Social Media with Dr. Melanie McNally
Prism Parenting: Looking at Behavior in a Different Light
Dr. McNally provides insight to help you make the best decisions for your family regarding social media. She also breaks down the ever changing list of the most common social media platforms that kids and teens are exposed to and provides suggestions of how parents can stay on top of new trends and apps.
Teen Mental Health with Gen Z Psychologist Dr. Melanie McNally
The Motherhood Village Podcast
Melanie McNally, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who helps Gen Zers become the superheroes of their life stories. She provides online support through teletherapy and coaching; online programs; and books that teach Gen Zers how to build self-confidence, manage anxiety, and achieve their goals. Dr. McNally founded Therapy Bootcamp, an app-based psychoeducational service for Gen Zers to get therapy tools delivered right to their phones. Therapy Bootcamp is an 8-week program where boot campers build self-awareness and develop coping tools, all while being able to message Dr. McNally directly. The next bootcamp starts June 13, 2022. Dr. McNally has worked in the mental health field since 2005 and teaches the skills, strategies, and tools that she herself has used and continues to use. She lives in the forest of the upper peninsula of Michigan with her husband and two dogs. In this episode we discuss: Her journey into psychology. The impact of social media on teens' mental health. Tools teens and young adults can use to manage their anxiety. How parents can tell the difference between general stress and significant anxiety. How parents with mental health issues can ensure their condition doesn’t negatively impact their children. Ways parents can connect with their teens and young adult children. The future of therapy and counseling. You can learn more about Dr. McNally and to connect with her destinationyou.net , Instagram, Pinterest , Facebook and download her free guide.
Making mental health intentional for our children and ourselves with Dr. Melanie McNally
It’s not a secret that mental wellness is on everyone’s minds these days. It is one of the most prioritized topics within our lifestyle design community when it comes to values and life intentions. Phil and I are in the same boat. We all prioritize and actively work on our mental and holistic wellbeing. But where we sometimes feel a little at a loss is how we help our children design mental wellness into their lives. So today, we talk with Dr. Melanie McNally, a Gen Z psychologist, who spends her time trying to help as many tweens, teens and their parents navigate this very topic. She recently advised the White House on the current state of youth mental health and is actively creating solutions to help curve the negative downturn. In a field where many people are feeling under supported and overworked, Melanie is getting creative about how to help our youth become the super heroes of their own lives by reducing anxiety and building confidence. In this episode, Melanie shares her wealth of wisdom. She provides ideas and tips on how to think about your child’s mental health and how to be intentional about supporting them. We go beyond the tweens and teens and talk about what it looks like to start early, supporting children at the youngest of ages. Even if you don’t have children, this episode will help you reflect on and give you ideas for your own mental wellness practices and how to make them more intentional. Enjoy the episode, friends, and when you’re finished, please hop on over to the links in the show notes to connect with Melanie! Her content is endlessly valuable. Now, onto the episode.MORE ABOUT MELANIE MCNALLYMelanie McNally, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who helps Gen Zers become the super heroes of their life stories. She provides online support through teletherapy and coaching; online programs; and books that teach Gen Zers how to build self-confidence, manage anxiety, and achieve their goals. Dr. McNally founded Therapy Bootcamp, an app-based psychoeducational service for Gen Zers to get therapy tools delivered right to their phones. Therapy Bootcamp is an 8 week program where bootcampers build self-awareness and develop coping tools, all while being able to DM Dr. McNally directly. The next 2 Bootcamps start April 4 and June 13, 2022. Dr. McNally has worked in the mental health field since 2005 and teaches the skills, strategies, and tools that she herself has used and continues to use. She lives in the forest of the upper peninsula of Michigan with her husband and two dogs.CONNECT WITH MELANIEhttps://www.destinationyou.net/https://www.destinationyou.net/therapy-bootcampdestinationyou.net/freeguidehttps://www.instagram.com/drmelaniemcnally/Find out more about Owl & Key and Strategic Planning for Life:www.owlandkey.cowww.owlandkey.co/courselinktr.ee/owlandkeywww.instagram.com/owl_and_key/https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/unlocked/id1576289623
EP175. Anxiety, Stress, and Social Media, with Dr. Melanie McNally
The Mom Room
EP175. Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Melanie McNally, joins Renee to talk about mental health, anxiety, social media, and how to better communicate with your teen. She tells us how parents can help teens cope and manage anxiety as well as the effects social media can have on their mental health and well being.RENEE REINAInstagram: @themomroompodcast | @reneereina_The Mom Room ShopTikTok: @reneereina_Facebook CommunityDR. MELANIE MCNALLYInstagram: @drmelaniemcnallyTikTok: @drmelaniemcnallyWebsite: www.destinationyou.netSPONSORSLittle Passports.Dipsea.Dooney & Bourke.Betterhelp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Close the Chapter Podcast Episode149 - Anxiety, Shame and Teens: Helpful Strategies with Dr. Melanie McNally
Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice
In this episode, Kristen talks with Dr. Melanie McNally about what parents can do to help their teens manage anxiety and overcome shame. Subscribe and Get a free 5-day journal at www.kristendboice.com/freeresources to begin closing the chapter on what doesn’t serve you and open the door to the real you. This information is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only. It is being provided to you to educate you about ideas on stress management and as a self-help tool for your own use. It is not psychotherapy/counseling in any form. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment. For my full Disclaimer please go to www.kristendboice.com. For counseling services near Indianapolis, IN, visit www.pathwaystohealingcounseling.com. Pathways to Healing Counseling's vision is to provide warm, caring, compassionate and life-changing counseling services and educational programs to individuals, couples and families in order to create learning, healing and growth.
We are beyond thrilled that we were able to interview Dr. Melanie McNally on this week's episode. She teaches us all about social media - and, seriously, she gave us about 30 different conversations we want to have with our teen girls about this! The negative effects of social media External validation Encourages "teenage narcissism" Push to curate image Linked to loneliness and depression Personal call-out culture Social comparison The positive effects of social media Possibilities of new, similar friendships Increased belonging Humor and pro-social fun Creativity Potential jobs Activism Exposure to diversity Destigmatization of mental health Encouraging Healthy Social Media Use Mindfulness Building self-awareness Education Encourage proactive thinking Resources: @drmelaniemcnally drmelaniemcnally.com Dr. McNally's Online Support for Teens and Young Adults, destinationyou.net
Dr. Melanie McNally - Our Children's Digital Lives
Highway to Health Podcast
In this episode Jeremy has a conversation with psychologist Dr. Melanie McNally about our children's digital lives. Every generation of parents questions how technology will affect our child's development, especially in the midst of a global pandemic. Research is now shows that depending on our use, social media and gaming can teach us important life skills, decrease loneliness and enrich our lives. Dr. Melanie shares some important rules for how to keep a healthy relationship with it, age appropriateness, and our role as parents in keeping them safe in the process.Show notes:3:30 What are we looking for from digital interactions7:50 Children’s Digital Lives12:05 Telehealth vs. Office Sessions13:15 Positive and Negative uses of social media15:40 Identifying healthy vs. unhealthy anxiety35:15. Social and executive function benefits of digital relationshipshttp://drmelaniemcnally.com/https://destinationyou.net/Support the show (http://patreon.com/highwaytohealth)
What Our Kids Need Now. Recovering from the Pandemic with Dr. Melanie McNally
Moms of Tweens and Teens
Welcome to today’s show. Today I’m interviewing Dr. Melanie McNally who works with teens and young adults to support them to manage stress and anxiety, develop coping tools, and learn how to like themselves, flaws and all. Melanie shares with usHow to help your kids to ease back into normal life as we come out of this pandemic. What you can do if your tween or teen is experiencing anxiety or isn’t talking. How to help them to cope with their stress. What parents do to get them out of their rooms. And what you can say and how you can help them after such a challenging past 14 months.Where to find Dr. Melanie McNally:Website: https://destinationyou.net/aboutInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmelaniemcnally/Her book: Counting DragonfliesFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/drmelaniemcnally____________________________________________
Adolescent Anxiety: An interview with Dr. Melanie McNally
Resilience & Recovery
In this episode, we talk with Clinical Psychologist, author, and speaker Dr. Melanie McNally. We discuss anxiety in teens and kids: what to look for, when to seek help, ways to provide support, and how the pandemic is impacting families. She provides lots of valuable insight and coping strategies that are applicable in everyday life.