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Kay Reeve is joining an exciting lineup of interviews in the news, on interviews, blogs and podcasts about how she helped her teenage son recover from suicidal depression. Join the newsletter to catch more updates weekly.
Folk Features - Finding Light after Dark
Folk Features - First to poste news article about the launch of Darker than Dark
Folk Features posted Kay's first article about the launch of Darker than Dark, and her journey with depression and recovery, that inspired her new book.
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TEDx Talk Update
Kay Reeve's TEDx Talk still growing at 46,000 views in 2023
Kay Reeve's TEDx Talk is still growing at 46,000 views. It was far from viral and Kay was an unknow speaker at the time of her talk but the rate the talk is still growing shows how much her message was needed out and how it still inspires people six years on.
It took one year to reach the first thousand views for her TEDx Talk, and that was double what she hoped, yet the talk on YouTube had grown in strength, year on year, till this week - 6 years to the day - it reached 46,000 views and counting.
Emotional Awareness Tool for Teens and Parents
Be Well with Michelle Greenwell
How do you explain emotions to someone who cannot really understand them? That was the question that Kay faced with her son when she realized he had Asperger's Syndrome and that his pent up emotions were getting the best of him. Join us to learn more about how emotions can be experienced through color and positions together, and how Kay could transform an incredibly challenging position with depression and suicide into a thriving life.
How to Help Teens Understand Themselves
The Pivotal Year - with Brian Miller
How to Help Teenagers Understand Themselves - is a podcast with Brian Miller professional speaker, author, TEDx Speaker, coach, and magician, who had created a series of interview based on pivotal moments throughout the pandemic.
Brian Miller helps me share my own pivotal moments in my personal life, and how that links back the work I've been preparing for the last six years, and the struggles with my son's suicidal depression.
This is a story of hope and inspiration, available on YouTube .
This discussion is also available on Apple Podcast as: Talking to Depressed Teens with Kay Reeve
Harrow Health Matters - Facebook Group
Emotional Awareness for Parenting Teens
Interviewed live on Facebook in the HHM - Harrow Health Matters Group, Jeff Laming of the Omega-3 zone talks with Kay about her book Brain Unchained, helping her son recover from teenage depression and what it was like parenting a teenager with suicidal depression. The replay is now available to watch on YouTube.
Rapping with Dr. Jacalyn
Kay Reeve on Hope, Inspiration and Overcoming Adversity
Dr. Jacalyn Kerbeck on Business Talk Radio, interviews Kay Reeve, Emotional Awareness Expert, about her story of raising her son through teenage and suicidal depression. How she overcame adversity, maintained hope that her son would be ok, and developed her own way of helping her son. She has now shared this with the world in her book Brain Unchained.
Drawing the Emotional Cycle
Reach the Stars Podcast Episode 39
Kay Reeve, author from the UK, is here to tell us about her book Brain Uncahined, which is about shining a torch on teenage depression, and lighting the way to emotional awareness in teenagers and young adults, which is super, super important in today's world.
Developing Emotional Awareness Through Hard Times
The Parent and Teen Toolbox Podcast Episode 47
Do you ever find yourself in a situation where you know that your child is struggling? But the thing is, often they don’t want to talk to you about it OR they cannot verbalize what’s going on in their head - because to be honest, they have no idea how to make sense of it themselves. Find out more in Episode 47 of The Parent & Teen Toolbox podcast.
How to Unchain the Teenage Brain
Folk Features Blog Post
Inspired by her experiences with her own son, Kay Reeve is launching a teenage self-help book this month. Here she talks of making the move from mother to mentor and why now really is the time to try and help transform the lives of teenagers.