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134 Uchenna Umeh - Bullying and Suicide with Dr. Lulu

Virtual School Assembly

Uchenna Umeh (Dr. Lulu) is a pediatrician, author, speaker, and youth suicide activist. In this episode she shares her experience with suicide, bullying, and racism.

27mins

23 May 2021

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139: “What It Takes to Change Your Mission” with Dr. Uchenna Umeh

Authors Who Lead - Learn about writing books from bestselling authors and leaders

A former Lieutenant Colonel and commander in the U.S. Air Force, Uchenna L. Umeh M.D., MBA (Dr. Lulu aka The Momatrician) is a Nigerian-born board-certified pediatrician, global speaker on youth suicide prevention, 3-time bestselling author, and mother of three. She is the CEO of Teen Alive, and Dr. Lulu’s Youth Health Center, both dedicated to at-risk youth and youth suicide prevention. She's the author of How to Teach Your Kids About Racism. What We Discuss with Dr. Uchenna Umeh: Her journey as a pediatrician How her passion for public speaking about suicide came about The alarming numbers of kids with depression and suicidal ideation Ways to teach your kids about racism The difference between empathy and compassion Motivation is your why. To view full show notes, Click Here! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!

28mins

4 Feb 2021

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123. How to Teach Your Child About Racism with Uchenna Umeh, MD, MBA

Raising Good Parents

How to Teach Your Children About Racism by Uchenna Umeh, MD, MBA Twitter: @UchennaUmeh9 Back to School Summit Raising Good Parents Potty Training Workshop Parenting or Pediatrics Questions? Text me: 402-256-0768 Youtube: Raising Good Parents Mighty Sleepers - use code "Podcast" for 20% off Please consider donating to LNKheroes and nominating a frontline hero (healthcare worker, teacher & school staff, first responder) at LNKheroes.org If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and review on this podcast. Links and Resources: Dr. Phil Boucher on Instagram @DrPhilBoucher on Twitter @DrPhilBoucher on Facebook Dr. Phil Boucher

33mins

1 Feb 2021

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Dr. Uchenna Umeh (Dr. LuLu)

Imposter To Unstoppable

A former Lieutenant Colonel and commander in the US Air Force, Uchenna L. Umeh MD, MBA (Dr. Lulu aka The Momatrician) is a Nigerian-born board-certified pediatrician, global speaker on youth suicide prevention, 3-time bestselling author, and mother of three. She is the CEO of Teen Alive, and Dr. Lulu’s Youth Health Center, both dedicated to at-risk youth and youth suicide prevention.Her public speaking career followed a suicide attempt by a 7yr old patient, and suicides of colleagues and a patient. She is a United Nations and 2020 TEDx speaker, TV personality and freelance writer. She has dedicated her life’s work to ending youth suicide. She is a parent, teen and motivational life coach. She also coaches book-writing and speaking.Her work has been recognized by the “Nigerians in the Diaspora Commission” of Nigeria, and the Texas State House of Representatives. She has been featured in The Washington Post and Parents Magazine and has been interviewed by The History Channel.Schedule a call with her at www.calendly.com/DrLulu 

35mins

18 Jan 2021

Most Popular

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Milestone 19 - Uchenna Umeh aka Dr Lulu

We Made This

Welcome to Life's Milestones - the fortnightly podcast about birth and naming ceremonies, relationship and marriage, and death and funerals, hosted by Mark Adams, a Humanist Celebrant. Mark's guest on this episode is Uchenna Umeh aka Dr Lulu the Momatrician: a Nigerian American pediatrician who hosts a podcast about prevention of youth suicide. Dr Lulu shares stories about her life's milestones including growing up in Nigeria with a father who had seven wives, the difference between her first wedding to her first husband and her second to her current wife and how important bright colours will be for her funeral. Dr Lulu also goes into detail about the the traditions in Nigeria for Naming Ceremonies, Weddings and Funerals. Host / Editor: Mark AdamsGuest: Dr LuluTwitter: @LifesMilestonesWe Made This on Twitter: @wemadethispodwww.wemadethispod.com

54mins

18 Jan 2021

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Milestone 19 - Uchenna Umeh aka Dr Lulu

Life's Milestones

Welcome to Life's Milestones - the fortnightly podcast about birth and naming ceremonies, relationship and marriage, and death and funerals, hosted by Mark Adams, a Humanist Celebrant. Mark's guest on this episode is Uchenna Umeh aka Dr Lulu the Momatrician: a Nigerian American pediatrician who hosts a podcast about prevention of youth suicide. Dr Lulu shares stories about her life's milestones including growing up in Nigeria with a father who had seven wives, the difference between her first wedding to her first husband and her second to her current wife and how important bright colours will be for her funeral. Dr Lulu also goes into detail about the the traditions in Nigeria for Naming Ceremonies, Weddings and Funerals. Host / Editor: Mark AdamsGuest: Dr LuluTwitter: @LifesMilestonesWe Made This on Twitter: @wemadethispodwww.wemadethispod.com

54mins

18 Jan 2021

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Suicide Prevention and Awareness with Dr. Uchenna Umeh

In the Wake

*TRIGGER WARNING*This is a heavier episode as graphic details and scenarios of suicide are shared. If you are suffering or recovering from a mood or mental disorder and/or suicide ideation, please listen with caution, listen with a trusted friend, or choose to skip this episode. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things discussed in this episode to set you back in your healing journey or trigger negative thoughts or feelings. Also, if you are a bit more sensitive or an empath, you also may want to listen with caution. Please practice self care, reach out to a trusted loved one or professional and/or CALL the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800-273-8255 or TEXT the Crisis Text Line at 741741.//Dr. Uchenna Umeh graduated from medical school in Nigeria in 1991. She relocated to the United States in 1994 for her pediatric residency at Howard University hospital. In 1999, she moved to South Carolina with her young family to open her own private practice where she worked until she sold it and joined the United States Air Force in 2012 as a lieutenant colonel and commander.She is currently a global speaker on youth suicide prevention, 3-time bestselling author, and mother of three. She is the CEO of Teen Alive, and Dr. Lulu’s Youth Health Center, both dedicated to at-risk youth and youth suicide prevention.Her public speaking career followed a suicide attempt by a 7-yr-old patient and suicides of colleagues and a patient. Ever since, she has dedicated her life’s work to ending youth suicide. //In this episode, Dr. Uchenna shares her passion and understanding of youth suicide prevention and awareness. She takes us through multiple scenarios and real life situations. While doing so, she points out warning signs and things to look out for along with a message of hope to both parents and those who may be experiencing suicidal ideation.During our conversation, Dr. Uchenna covers the following:Her story getting into this workACEs - Averse Childhood ExperiencesLooking at suicide from a trauma standpoint vs. a mental illness standpointWarning signs or red flags of suicidal ideationSuicide prevention and awarenessA message of hopeTune in to hear more from the doctor herself!!//Connect with Dr. Uchenna and her work:Facebook: Ask Doctor LuluInstagram: @askdoctorluluWebsite:teenalive.comyouthhealthcenter.comPodcast: Suicide Pages with Dr. LuluTEDx Talk: Trauma in Children: What You Can Do to Help//End The Stigma - the teen mental health foundation that I'm a co-founder of:endthestigma.org//Follow along with the rest of my journey.Instagram:@whytli@inthewakewithwhytliLinkedIn: Whytli RogersWebsite: whytli.comContact me here.Support the show (https://paypal.me/whytli?locale.x=en_US)

35mins

13 Jan 2021

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Let’s Talk Health Equity, Pediatrics, Mental Health and Resilience with Uchenna Umeh

Reede Scholars Live

In this episode, we are joined by Uchenna Umeh, MD, affectionately known as Dr. Lulu, a pediatrician, medical director, and CEO of Dr. Lulu’s Youth Health Center in San Antonio, Texas. She attended Ahmadu Bello University Hospital for medical school in Nigeria and obtained her pediatric residency training at Howard University Hospital Washington D.C.  In addition to running her own practice, she is a mother of three boys and recently completed a four-year stint in the Air Force as Lieutenant Colonel. Dr. Umeh journals her own struggles with intimate partner violence, underscores the complexities of suicide and the unique factors in the pediatric populations and challenges us to be supportive of those in need of help and to be kind to ourselves when the stakes are high.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reede-scholars/support

37mins

19 Oct 2020

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Episode #34 Suicide Talk With Dr Uchenna Umeh aka Dr Lulu

Female Physician Entrepreneurs Podcast

A former Lieutenant Colonel in the US Air Force, Uchenna L. Umeh MD, MBA (Dr. Lulu aka The Momatrician) is a Nigerian-born board-certified pediatrician, global speaker on youth suicide prevention, 3-time bestselling author, and mother of three. She is the CEO of Teen Alive, and Dr. Lulu’s Youth Health Center, both dedicated to at-risk youth and youth suicide prevention. Her public speaking career followed a suicide attempt by a 7yr old patient, and suicides of colleagues and a patient. She is a United Nations and 2020 TEDx speaker, TV personality and freelance writer. Her work has been recognized by the “Nigerians in the Diaspora Commission” of Nigeria, and the Texas State House of Representatives. She has been featured in The Washington Post and Parents Magazine and has been interviewed by The History Channel. Learn more about Dr Lulu on her website https://www.teenalive.com/ -------------------------------------------------------- Sponser-Builderall, the only platform you'll ever need to build your online business. https://1dollar-new.sharontmd.com  Try all the tools for 30 days Free website builder https://freebuilderall-plan.sharontmd.com/freebuilderall-plan This podcast is designed to help entrepreneurs start and build their businesses. Learn more at Female Physicians Entrepreneurs https://www.femalephysicianentrepreneur.com/ If you are a female physician join us at https://www.facebook.com/groups/FemalePhysicianEntrepreneurs/ Thank you again for listening, please share with your friends and subscribe to our podcast. If you have any questions reach out support@femalephysicianentepreneur.com Sincerely, Sharon T McLaughlin MD FACS #entrepreneurship #femalephysicians #business #businessgrowth

56mins

29 Sep 2020

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Talking Teen Suicide & Racism with Dr. Uchenna Umeh

One Broken Mom Hosted by Ameé Quiriconi

This week, Ameé speaks with motivational speaker, suicide prevention advocate and pediatrician  Dr. Uchenna Umeh. Known as “Dr. Lulu” to her pediatric patients, she is also the author of How to Teach Your Children About Racism: A Letter From A Black Mother to White Parent and added “TEDx Speaker” to her impressive list of accomplishments. In this episode, she tells Ameé why she quit her regular practice to become a full-time teen suicide prevention advocate. She also describes what her life is like as a black mother with three sons and the role racism, LGBTQ, and bullying play into reasons why children kill themselves.  In this episode you will hear:What are the reasons why teens kill themselves?ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and SuicideGenerational trauma and epigeneticsLGBTQ Teens and Suicide ratesPeer Pressure or suicide contagionThe problem with treating a child’s depression without treating the environment they are inBeing a black mother and racism todayThe things we CAN do to prevent a suicidal child from killing themselves #staywithmyson #silencekills #talksaveslives #bethe1to #endteendepression #endteensuicide #askdoctorlulu Resources:https://www.teenalive.com/https://www.facebook.com/uchenna.umeh.9https://www.bethe1to.com/https://afsp.org/

58mins

20 Sep 2020

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