Nov 03
Transgendered Kids
Today's show is a conversation that is timely and important and joining us to help us walk through it is Dr. Antonia Caretto, a clinical psychologist from Farmington Hills, Michigan and CoSozo Living's October 2012 feature columnist.

What would it be like to feel a disconnect between the body you're born in and who you really feel you are within?  And what kinds of challenges would you encounter in your life, in your neighborhood, your daily experiences as a result?

Dr. Caretto helps us understand more of what the kids as well as the families go through as they navigate these often challenging experiences. It's a thought provoking show with important information for us all to begin to learn more about these issues and the resiliency of the kids who navigate their way through the journey.

For more information about Dr. Caretto's work, the issues that transgendered kids face, as well as resources for additional support, please call (248) 553-9053, visit www.betreatedwell.com, or email her at drcaretto@betreatedwell.com.

Featured Contributors

Fellow incoming freshman and power forward Gavin Schilling explains the thought process behind selecting Michigan State, Coach Tom Izzo, and becoming...
Edge Alumi ~ SA Silverbacks #17 ~ Mich State commit
Kate Durda, MA, is a developmental psychologist, shamanic practitioner, and educator. She has had extensive training with the Foundation for Shamanic...

Popular Articles

As we move from spring to summer, our minds are turning to the great outdoors after a winter of hibe...
There are few health-related subjects more misunderstood than fasting. Today, fasting is little know...
When I was ten, I had a neighbor that called her parents by their first names. Intrigued by this for...

Popular Blogs

A young college graduate was having difficulty sitting through movies and each Sunday’s church servi...
Today I set out for my old stomping grounds where my husband, Jim, and I used to stay in Bangkok, in...
Some people ask whether I do Neurofeedback on myself.  I sure do.  I think it’s an important part of...