Jun 27, 2022
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HOW DO YOU ADAPT TO A DIFFICULT SITUATION?
On this episode we are joined by Dr. Gina Schneider. Gina is an expert in coping skills and in this discussion she shares what she has learned in 25 years of clinical practice in some very different environments:
How trauma impacts us
Skills for navigating a difficult situation
What is Frazzelbrain?
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About Dr. Gina
Dr. Gina Simmons Schneider grew up in poverty, dropped out of high school to go to work, and lived as an emancipated minor. Ironically years later she was the only woman listed as "distinguished alumni" of that same high school. She began her career as a suicide hotline volunteer, worked with incarcerated youth, and provided debriefings after workplace shootings. Dr. Simmons Schneider shifted her focus to anger and violence prevention. She provides conflict management training and coaching, and works with individuals and couples to reduce anxiety, anger, and stress. A coping skills expert, she helps people manage difficult situations with poise and compassion.
Dr. Gina Simmons Schneider is the author of Frazzlebrain: Break Free from Anxiety, Anger, and Stress Using Advanced Discoveries in Neuropsychology (Central Recovery Press, March 2022). She is a licensed psychotherapist, executive coach, and corporate trainer. She serves as codirector of Schneider Counseling and Corporate Solutions. Dr. Schneider is a coping skills expert with more than 25 years of experience helping people regulate difficult emotions and conflicts. Dr. Schneider is certified in Neuroscience for Clinicians through PESI and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing through National Trauma Services. She has been quoted in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and the San Diego Union-Tribune. Laurence Knight interviewed her for the BBC World Service program, “How to Be Angry.” Dr. Schneider blogs for Psychology Today and writes the award-winning Manage Anger Daily blog. She has blogged for Forbes and Women in Crime Ink which the Wall Street Journal named a “blog worth reading.” Dr. Schneider provides training for Fortune 500 companies and other organizations online and throughout San Diego County.