174. Reflections of 2023

Dr. Gaggino has reflections of 2023 and the journey that Pediatric Meltdown has led her on. As we come to the end of this episode, she wants to express her deepest gratitude to all the listeners who have been a part of the Pediatric Meltdown community.

The magic of caring for kids and the belief that we can do better drives us forward. Your involvement in this podcast is invaluable, so keep tuning in, sharing, and downloading. Let’s make 2024 a year of empowerment and growth for pediatric mental health.

Together, let’s make a lasting impact and create a world where every child’s emotional well-being is valued and nurtured. Dr. Gaggino wants to thank you for being a part of this journey. 

 

[00:33 -04:00]  Reflections on 2023

  • Gratitude for vaccines and treatments
  • Recovery from COVID-19  
  • Impact on children’s mental health
  • Isolation’s impact on children

 

[4:01 – 05:46]  Insights and Adventures  

  •  Updates on family and grandchild’s arrival
  • Enjoying time with daughter in Denver
  • Cherished memories from family parties  
  • Travel adventures to New Orleans and Florida

 

[05:47 – 08:13]  Cherishing Relationships

  • Coping with family health challenges
  • Acknowledging life’s challenges and joys  
  • Expressing gratitude for loved ones
  • Finding strength in family and friendships

 

[08:14 – 09:18]  Podcast’s Evolution and Future Plans 

  • Introduction of a new website and merchandise
  • Introduction to the book club
  • Engaging with audience and listeners
  • Encouraging interaction and feedback 

 

[09:19 – 12:05]  Closing segment Takeaway

  • Anticipation for thought-provoking social media series
  • Announcement of new podcast mini-episode series
  • Overview of upcoming consulting opportunities

 

You can reach Dr. Lia Gaggino

Email: [email protected]

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Instagram: @PediatricMeltdown

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/lia-gaggino-md-faap-80322a31

 

Here are the 4 most downloaded episodes of 2023

https://pediatricmeltdown.com/episodes

#1. 170 Bioethics in Pediatrics: Finding Your Way Through the Grey Areas

#2. 171 Pharmacogenetics: Guiding Psychotropic Medication Rx

#3. 173. Neurodivergent Youth: What Support Looks Like

#4. 169 Parenting the Neurodivergent Child: What Pediatric Clinicians Need to Know

Key quotes for Twitter:

“I am really grateful to science and those incredible people who created this vaccine.”… Dr. Lia Gaggino

“We need to elect adults who behave like adults. The adults we want our kids to be, not bullies, but instead thoughtful, fair, honest humans who want the best for each other.”…Dr. Lia Gaggino

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

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  • Physician Well-Being
  • Schizophrenia
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