Insight with Mark Farrell An engaging forum to examine and discuss a vast array of everyday obstacles and challenges facing adults and children today.

June 30, 2016  

Lara Stolman, Director and Producer of “Swim Team” a riveting soon to be released documentary that chronicles the Jersey Hammerheads, a swim team for children with autism. Hear about the vast positive impact sport and competition have on the three loveable and motivated characters lives.  Lara is an award-winning producer/director/writer of news and documentaries her work has appeared on NBC, MSNBC, AMC, TLC, VH-1, E! and AMC though Lara’s most proud role is parenting her son with autism. Lear  Michael Phelps new favorite number is 5 as he heads to  Rio for his fifth Olympic competition. This and much more with Mark including the debut of the youngest Farrell host.


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June 23, 2016  

Elaine Hall, Founder and Director of The Miracle Project was a top Hollywood acting coach when her life changed dramatically after her son Neal was diagnosed with severe autism. When traditional behavioral therapies didn’t work, she sought information from experts in the field of autism and then rallied creative people to implement what she learned. Slowly, her son merged out of isolation and she has helped countless with Autism live more freely, creatively as well as become more communicative.  Her Mark’s conversation with Elaine who is remarkably driven and devoted to children with special needs.  After all says Elaine, everyone has a little Autism in them.

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June 2, 2016  

Dr Christine Moutier, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Chief Medical Officer gives insight on mental illness including CDC findings, AFSP’s ambitious goal of reducing suicide, self talk that people with depression often experience and how the significance for the overnight walk goes way beyond raising money.  Melissa Penn, Co-Founder of the NYC Hemophilia Walk discusses how her first child’s diagnosis prompted she and her husband to create a NYC hemophilia walk which has grown to 40 states.  This power couple also founded Happy Fest which was featured on Insight several weeks ago.

Mark’s talks for schools (5-12 grades), college and corporate on: overcoming adversity, mental health, anti-bullying, drugs/alcohol and more leave audiences empowered, enlightened and knowing that their difference makes them stronger.


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