In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing whether or not children need summer school after this past year with mostly online learning and how to enjoy the summer while also preparing your kids for the fall 2021 school year.
My guest this week is Alisa Foreman who comes to us with fantastic advice on how to help your young adult transition into a wonderfully independent adult successfully! There are so many great tips in this episode.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing strategies to improve behavior in children with or without ADHD.
My guest this week is Ginny Yurich, she spends 1000 hours outside with her kids each year. The developmental and physical benefits of unstructured outdoor play far outway the benefits of indoor structured learning.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing several effective, non-medication treatments for anxiety. I will also address what to do when your child’s provider is rushing medication.
My guest this week is Mr. Chazz and we discuss how the way we respond to children is rooted in our own childhood experiences but that doesn’t mean history has to repeat itself.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing what to do when your child is constantly being sent home from school for bad behavior. There are better, more effective solutions for this.
My guest this week is Dr. Austin Perlmutter and we discuss how our brains are being rewired by our daily inputs like sleep, food, exercise, screen time, etc.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing spanking. Parents just want the best for their kids and spanking may seem like the last resort. I hope this info sheds some light on spanking.
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 today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing a listener’s question on what to do when kids fear the outdoors. They might be afraid of bugs, weather, the feeling of grass, the feeling of sweat, etc. Here are some ways to help …
My guest this week is Debber Reber who discusses what parenting a neurodiverse or differently wired kid looks like in today’s world.