Welcome to Garden State Debate®, a videocast and podcast launched in the fall of 2020.
Garden State Debate® is available on all major streaming audio platforms and in video via our YouTube channel. Find us on all Social Media or by emailing us at Podcast@GardenStateDebate.com
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Garden State Debate® is multifaceted show that is not like any other, and we can’t wait to show you why.
This show will bring you exclusive in-depth conversations with special guests up and down the state of New Jersey and across the country. We are casting a wide net to bring you, our listeners and viewers, the best content that you deserve. We know we have a lot of ground to cover, and we will do our best to bring you a wide range of viewpoints of various topics and issues impacting many of us today.
In an ever changing world of news, stories to be told, and people to be heard, we hope you’ll participate and engage with the show and our guests and get involved and join…the Garden State Debate®!
Wynona's House Part 2 - featuring Dr. Barbara Prempeh, Psychologist at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center of RWJ Barnabas
Dr. Barbara Prempeh, Psychologist at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center of RWJ Barnabas, continues the dialogue on child advocacy, discusses her role within the regional diagnostic treatment center at Wynona's House Child Advocacy Center of Essex County, and we dive into the other topics, including:
1. Mental Health dynamics of children facing neglect and abuse and resiliency aspects to overcome trauma.
2. Community and Caregivers role in supporting children.
3. The "Covid Wall" mental impacts of children not physically attending school or related activities and their mental health impact; balance of adhering to Covid19 guidelines and mental health impacts now and also when kids return fully to in school instruction and the support they will need.
4. Working with the State of New Jersey on ACEs, Adverse Childhood Experiences and the NJ Office of Resilience.
To connect with Dr. Barbara Prempeh, please reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn about ACEs, how NJ is working to mitigate ACEs, and how to get involved via the following links:
***Music Credits to @JeirsCook
Dr. Anghel, Chair of the Department of Medicine, Atlantic Health System’s Overlook Medical Center
Sharen Anghel, MD, SFHM, Chair of the Department of Medicine, Atlantic Health System’s Overlook Medical Center joins us to discuss recent status of the COVID19 virus and Atlantic Health System including:
Vaccines, data, rollout, common questions
Covid19 Variants and their addition to Atlantic Health's testing
Mobilizing Overlook Medical Center and Atlantic Health Covid19 care outside of the hospital and into communities to treat and vaccinate individuals
Music credits to @JeirisCook, professional musician of the Garden State
Wynona's House - Child Advocacy Center of Essex County
Wynona's House, Child Advocacy Center of Newark New Jersey, serving Essex County on their critical role in supporting children facing abuse and neglect.
Executive Board President, Gale Britton
Chief Executive Officer, Dominic Prophete
Wynona's House can be reached at
Phone - (973) 753-1110
Website - https://wynonashouse.org/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WynonasHouse/
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/wynonashouse/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/wynonashouse/
Music Credits via @JeirisCook
NJ vs NYC Pizza - featuring Scott from Scotts Pizza Tours
Scott from Scotts Pizza Tours joins us to break down every detail about what goes into a good slice of pizza and who holds the crown, NJ or NYC?
Let us know what YOU think!
For more on Scott visit his website, his show, and charity, see links below:
Guest Host @JonEbnerrrr
Music Credits to @Jeiris Cook
Garden State Debate - Season 2 Introduction
Garden State Debate - Season 2 Introduction
Happy New Years from Garden State Debate!
Happy New Year's season to you and your families!
Considering the toll that 2020 has taken on all of us to some degree, and to others more than we will ever comprehend, we hope that we can take some silver linings from 2020 and build upon it in 2021.
After a successful Season I of Garden State Debate, amassing 20,000 minutes of viewing and listening in just a couple of months, with little promotion, and excellent content and guests, we can't wait to do it again in 2021, and build on what we started.
Thank you to all of our guests, and to the listeners and viewers who checked out the show even if for a little bit, and to those who watched regularly. We have just reached the foot of the mountain and it's time to climb! Stay tuned, more to come on that.
For now, we hope you will enjoy some downtime with your family, enjoy New Years, and if possible, raise a glass to getting through a tough year, learning and gaining new perspectives, and looking forward to 2021.
This clip is from our final Episode of Season I, which is a fitting toast to a happy and healthy New Year, and more Garden State Debate, featuring NJ Senate Majority Leader, Senator Loretta Weinberg.
See you in ‘21.
Looking forward to more Garden State Debate!!