Outside the Box with Janeane Bernstein '84
In May 2020, Janeane launched a new on-line series called OUTSIDE THE BOX. In response to the millions of people out of work, she features industry experts offering advice on how to find work remotely or pivot to a new venture; this also includes a mentoring series for high school and college students to make meaningful connections, receive guidance on finding opportunities, and to increase positivity and improve mental health. There has never been a better time to think OUTSIDE THE BOX.
KUCI's Janeane Bernstein spoke with Michelle Carlson, MScPH Executive Director of the Teen Line about the current mental health pandemic, the impact of covid19 on teens mental health, and how the Teen Line is touching lives nationally and internationally.
Teen Line is a confidential hotline for teenagers which operates every evening from 6:00pm to 10:00pm PST. You can call us at 800-TLC-TEEN (852-8336), text us by texting “TEEN” to 839863 or email.
1 – Learn how to make your guest comfortable, feel at ease and bring the best out of the conversation by focusing on the whole person.
2 – Learn more about the importance of intuition, curiosity, and flow in a conversation.
3 – Learn more about the importance of compassion and empathy when conducting interviews.
Janeane Bernstein is a writer, speaker, radio host/producer at KUCI 88.9fm, and host of the new series, OUTSIDE THE BOX. She earned a doctorate from Boston University in Educational Media & Technology from the Curriculum and Teaching program and graduated from Syracuse University with her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education & Communications.
Last year, her first book, GET THE FUNK OUT, %^&* Happens, What to Do Next! about creating resilience and strength through life’s curveballs was published by Post Hill Press, distributed by Simon & Schuster and Audible.com.
She currently speaks to students and adults about finding resilience in challenging times, making mental, physical, and emotional health a priority, and the power of mentorship.