My guests this week are Cynthia Muchnick and Jenn Curtis they are committed to helping parents learn how to support their teens in making the right decision for them after high school whether it be college, work, or a gap year in exploration.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing how parents can help kids make healthier food choices. I share specific strategies on how to raise healthy eaters at any age. Tip: communication is your biggest tool!
My guest this week is Iris Chen, who is increasing awareness about alternative educational models like “unschooling” and presenting a case for why this could be the educational style for your child.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing how much of a role nutrition and diet play in ADHD or any type of behavior challenges. Plus you’ll learn my 5 key food strategies to start improving ADHD symptoms.
My guest this week is Trent McEntire, learn how a game of Brainspeed ball could make the difference in your child’s ability to read, jump higher, do homework without a meltdown, and more.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing tantrums: what might be underlying causes, what to do when nothing seems to be working, how parents can overcome frustration, as well as in the moment and long-term strategies.
My guests this week are Temple Grandin and Debra Moore, we discuss the importance of giving all kids, especially those who are neuro-diverse, the opportunity to find new interests, help them explore that interest, and celebrate skill-building. This is so important in order for them to have positive life outcomes.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing how teachers can best handle emotional upset with their students at school. I will discuss what is happening internally with kids when they have low frustration tolerance, and how homelife and stressors can greatly affect them even if they don’t talk about it.
My guest this week is Kelly Edwards, we discuss and bust homeschooling myths. Homeschooling is not the same as 7 hrs a day on zoom. It looks more like 90 minutes per day on topics your child can delve into with great interest.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing what to do when you hit a roadblock with your child’s health; when multiple practitioners, diagnoses (or zero diagnoses), and treatments don’t lead to solutions for your child’s behavioral or developmental issues, and how to start with a fresh perspective to get to the root cause.
My guest this week is Dr. Dawn Huebner and we will be discussing The Sibling Survival Guide. What often drives sibling conflict, when to intervene or stay out of it, and how to handle it in the moment without inadvertently making things worse.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll discuss what to do when kids interrupt you constantly. I’ll talk about what is normal, how to proactively address it, what to do in the moment, and long term ideas to work on for behavior change.