Adolescents Are Impressionable
Adolescence is what most consider as a turbulent period in which they undergo a shift from childhood to adulthood. It’s common knowledge that this is a period of rapid physical, psychological and social maturation.
According to Psychology Today, subliminal visual cues are words, pictures or symbols that are unidentifiable to your conscious awareness. A subliminal stimulus often happens so quickly that it is literally “below the threshold” of the conscious mind. Such stimulus has a direct effect and impact upon the impressionable adolescent mind.
Where Music, Messaging and Behavior Meet
A workshop series addressing adolescent awareness of the connection between music, messaging, and subliminal behavioral impact.
George Middleton is a Mental Health Counselor who holds a B.A. from the School of Music at Indiana University, an M.S.M. in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University, and an M.S. in Human Services from Capella University.
Committed to the fields of Mental Health, Mentorship, and Youth, George Middleton has spent the last two decades in various positions, ranging from Student Life Counselor, Mentor, Music Instructor, and Mental Health Counselor. All have reinforced the importance and value an adult male’s role plays in child development.