My guest this week is Greg Santucci and we discuss the types of behavioral programs and therapy that should be practiced in schools and at home vs what many are doing now.
In this episode, Michelle Winner and I discuss why social skills aren’t what you think they are. Social Thinking is important because social capabilities are integral to a person’s success in life, socially, academically, and professionally.
My guest this week is Dr. Caroline Leaf who discusses how the brain can change and grow even with a diagnosis like autism, anxiety, or depression.
My guest this week is Dr. Joel Gator Warsh who discusses how to choose the right doctor and effectively advocate for your child’s specific healthcare needs.
My guest this week is Dr. Hackenmiller who discusses forest bathing benefits for the whole family.
My guest this week is Dr. Liz Lipski who discusses the connection between digestion, mental health and development in kids.
My guest this week is Faith Clarke who discusses ways to maintain energy and productivity as a special needs parent who wants to thrive and not just survive.
My guest this week is Dennis Debbaudt who discusses how to prepare those with autism to safely interact with law enforcement in high-risk emergency situations.
My guest this week is Anat Baniel who discusses the importance of shifting parent’s perspectives in understanding child behavioral problems as possible NeuroMovement disorders.
My guest this week is Daniel Stein who discusses how parents can encourage movement and exercise for their children with special needs.
My guest this week is Dr. Tom O’Bryan who discusses the chronic effects of gluten on children’s health and behavior.
My guest this week is Bryan Post who discusses how stress and trauma can greatly impact behavior in both children and adults.