118 episodes

"One Day You'll Thank Me" is a parenting podcast hosted by Dr. Tara Egan, child & adolescent therapist, parent coach, author, and public speaker. Dr. Egan and her cohost, Anna (her teen daughter) bring thoughtful discussion, practical suggestions, expert interviews, and real-time parent coaching sessions to their listeners.

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"One Day You'll Thank Me" is a parenting podcast hosted by Dr. Tara Egan, child & adolescent therapist, parent coach, author, and public speaker. Dr. Egan and her cohost, Anna (her teen daughter) bring thoughtful discussion, practical suggestions, expert interviews, and real-time parent coaching sessions to their listeners.

    102- GUEST EXPERT - Jenni Brown, Family Law Attorney - How Parents Can Best Prepare to Testify in Custody Hearings

    102- GUEST EXPERT - Jenni Brown, Family Law Attorney - How Parents Can Best Prepare to Testify in Custody Hearings

    Cast:
    Dr. Tara Egan - host
    Jenni Brown, Family Law Attorney  - guest expert

    Welcome to Season Six of One Day You'll Thank Me!

    Tara will be hosting this first episode of the season solo AND she is so excited to share her guest expert with you all, Jenni Brown. Jenni is a Managing Partner at Brown, Dutton, & Crider Law Firm In Georgia and is here today to discuss how parents can best present themselves and testify in a custody case.
    Jenni has more than 11 years of litigation experience specializing in divorce, modifications, custody cases and other family law related matters. We are so excited to learn what tips and insights parents can takeaway when preparing for their custody hearing in the court.

    We discuss:

    - What exactly a custody hearing is(temporary, final, legal, physical)
    - Some do's and don'ts - things to be mindful of that you do have control of
    - The most important things that the judge needs to know
    - Red flags you can avoid in the courtroom
    - How important it is to be real and authentic and not trying to be perceived as perfect
    -Preparing for cross examination
    -What you should expect from your attorney and what not to


    At the end of the day there is a new normal. So how can you find a way to work together and do what is best for the kids?



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    Website -Dr. Tara Egan's child & adolescent therapy services books, webinars, public speaking opportunities, and coaching/consultation services, Go HERE.

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    Edited by Christian Fox

    • 47 min
    101- Encore - Guest Expert: Sherry Smith, LMFT, Successful Co-Parenting, Healing Yourself and Helping Your Kids Thrive

    101- Encore - Guest Expert: Sherry Smith, LMFT, Successful Co-Parenting, Healing Yourself and Helping Your Kids Thrive

    Cast:
    Dr. Tara Egan - host
    Sherry Smith, LMFT  - guest expert

    ***ENCORE EPISODE***

    This week's episode is for all of you co-parents out there. As many of you know, Tara does a lot of work with divorce and co-parenting herself, but she loves having other experts in the field come on her podcast. She is so happy today to welcome back a guest expert that was  on season one of "One Day You'll Thank  Me." Sherry Smith, LMFT, came on for episode 12  discussing her first book and now is back to share with us all of the details of her new book.

    We know that breakups are painful and overwhelming for everyone, but the most important thing is to prioritize the well-being of your children. The Successful Co-Parenting Workbook guides you through the transition with advice and activities that both parents can use to provide a stable and united family dynamic.

    Tune in to learn:

    - that when you learn to heal, you can then help your children
    - what the characteristics of a successful co-parent are
    -how important it is to be in the present and fact based, not focusing on the past relationship
    - if routine and structure are important
    - the importance of keeping the kids at the forefront of all decisions
    - that this workbook can be a great resource for counselors and therapists
    - how disempowering it is to blame and point fingers

    Learn more about Sherry, her podcasts, and books, HERE.

    Website -Dr. Tara Egan's child & adolescent therapy services books, webinars, public speaking opportunities, and coaching/consultation services, Go HERE.

    Facebook - learn more HERE.
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    Instagram - learn more HERE.

    Edited by Christian Fox

    • 48 min
    100- ENCORE- GUEST EXPERT - Quincee Gideon Psy.D, Understanding and Healing From Religious Trauma

    100- ENCORE- GUEST EXPERT - Quincee Gideon Psy.D, Understanding and Healing From Religious Trauma

    Cast:
    Dr. Tara Egan - host
    Quincee Gideon, Psy.D - guest expert

    **ENCORE EPISODE** originally aired 5/11/22

    Has religion traumatized you or someone you know? Or are you just curious about what religious trauma looks like and want to hear stories of those that have gone through it, as well as how to begin to get support?

    If any of these sound like you, you will absolutely want to tune into this extremely interesting new podcast episode of Season 5. Tara has a fascinating discussion about "Understanding Religious Trauma and Healing From It " with Quincee Gideon, PsyD. 
    Dr. Gideon is a licensed clinical psychologist and religious trauma specialist. She is the founder of Woven Together Trauma Therapy in Los Angeles, CA and has over 12 years of clinical experience in treating trauma and trauma-related disorders. She focuses specifically on working with trauma survivors to help them overcome religious abuse, sexual abuse and assault, postpartum trauma, and childhood complex post-traumatic stress disorder. 

    In this episode, you will hear some interesting discussions around religious trauma, cult life, and the impact it can have on mental health.

    Tune in to learn:
     
    - What is religious trauma exactly?
    - What a cult is -  features, examples, how they can shape someone's life?
    - The impact of religious trauma on mental health- triggers, inner struggles, questioning sense of self, guilt and shame...and so many more
    -How would someone know they are experiencing this type of trauma themselves or -recognize it in a loved one? What are some signs to look for?
    - Ways to receive support for those who are ready to get out- what help is available, what are the steps one would take?
    - That there is a way out and you can do it privately, reach out for help!


    To learn more about Gideon, her membership group, and her podcast https://www.quinceegideon.com/
    Website - For parents to learn more about Dr. Tara Egan's child & adolescent therapy services,  books, webinars, public speaking opportunities, and consultation services, Go HERE.

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    Podcast edited by Christian Fox

    • 58 min
    99 - ENCORE - : Lisa Lewis, the Author of "The Sleep Deprived Teen" - Why Our Teenagers Are So Sleep Deprived & How Parents and Teachers Can Help

    99 - ENCORE - : Lisa Lewis, the Author of "The Sleep Deprived Teen" - Why Our Teenagers Are So Sleep Deprived & How Parents and Teachers Can Help

    Cast:
    Dr. Tara Egan - host
    Lisa Lewis, MS  - guest expert

    ***ENCORE EPISODE***

    Did you know that sleep changes once kids hit the teenage years and that not getting enough sleep can profoundly influence their health and well-being?

    Today Tara's guest expert is Lisa L. Lewis, MS. Lisa is a freelance journalist who covers the intersection of parenting, public health, and education . She has a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, an MFA from Mills College, and a bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley. She has written for The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Atlantic, TIME, the Los Angeles Times, Slate, and Your Teen, among others.
    Lisa has a new book coming out June 7th, The Sleep-Deprived Teen: Why Our Teenagers Are So Tired, and How Parents and Schools Can Help Them Thrive.
    She is here today to discuss the topic of the new book, specifically the science behind WHY sleep is so essential to the well-being of teens and how parents can help support their teens in this area so they can thrive.


    Tune in to learn:
     -the mystery of what is considered sleep and why the quality of our sleep is so crucial?
    -why sleep is even more important as our kids transition into adolescence and the teen years
    - the major impact sleep has on mental health

    - that our teens can get by on too-little sleep—but there are significant repercussions - such as altering  their mood and ability to learn and retain information, driving, emotional resiliency, overall household harmony, increase in anxiety and depression

    - the three main ways that science shows us on how technology and social media affect sleep and how you can help support your kids with this, starting from a very early age

    - how a sleep-time routine can help support all of us

    - how dramatically driving is affected by lack of sleep

    -what can parents be doing to make sure their kids get the needed amount of sleep and thrive?

    - about sleep disparities based on sex and gender, orientation, race and ethnicity, and socioeconomic status


    To learn more about Lisa and her writing, books, etc, go to https://www.lisallewis.com/
    Website -Dr. Tara Egan's child & adolescent therapy services books, webinars, public speaking opportunities, and coaching/consultation services, Go HERE.

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    E-Course -To learn more about Dr. Egan's online mini-course called "Managing Your Family's Technology and Social Media", created to help parents eliminate power struggles, keep your family safe from internet misuse, and reconnect with your family, go HERE.

    Podcast edited by Christian Fox

    • 50 min
    98 BONUS EPISODE S5 - GUEST EXPERT - Lacey Wallace, LCMHCA - How to Best Utilize Your School Counselor

    98 BONUS EPISODE S5 - GUEST EXPERT - Lacey Wallace, LCMHCA - How to Best Utilize Your School Counselor

    Cast:
     Dr. Tara Egan, host
     Anna, teen co-host
    Lacey Wallace, LCMHCA - guest expert

    Just when you thought Season 5 was over...I have good news for you...it's not over yet!
    Today is a special bonus interview with our newest therapist at Egan Counseling & Consulting...drum roll please...Introducing, Lacey Wallace, LCMHCA.

    Tara and Anna are super excited to introduce Lacey to all of you. Not only will you learn about the types of clients that Lacey works with and how she might be able to help your family, but you will learn more about the role of a school counselor and how you can best utilize them. Both Tara and Lacey were school counselors and have so much information and experience to share.

    So listen in to learn about:
    -the many roles that a school counselor a can play with your kids 
    -why you may want to encourage your kids to set up a time to meet with their counselor
    - when you should reach out to the school counselor for your child
    - how a student requests time with a school counselor
    And
    - the typical clients Lacey works with 

    Any questions you have for Tara or Lacey? Connect with them at any of the options below!

    Website -  Go HERE.

    Facebook - learn more HERE.
    YouTube - learn more HERE.
    Instagram - learn more HERE.

    To learn more about Dr. Tara Egan's child & adolescent therapy services books, webinars, public speaking opportunities, and coaching/consultation services, Go HERE.

    Podcast edited by Christian Fox

    • 44 min
    97 - GUEST EXPERTS: Lori and David Sims - Nacho Kids®: How Blended Families Can Save Their Sanity and Relationships

    97 - GUEST EXPERTS: Lori and David Sims - Nacho Kids®: How Blended Families Can Save Their Sanity and Relationships

    Cast:
    Dr. Tara Egan, host
    Guest Experts - Lori and David Sims - Creators of Nacho Kids® and Nacho Kids® Academy 

    This season five finale episode is for all the step-parents and blended families. 

    Let's face it, blended families are hard. Wouldn't it be great to have a different approach that could help save your sanity & your relationships?
     Our special guest experts, Lori and David Sims, created Nacho Kids® to help stepfamilies, like yours, dramatically improve their blend using proven techniques to empower and promote positive change, lower your stress, and save your relationships.

    Nacho Kids is dedicated to helping blended families thrive. While there are tons of great blended family websites and books, few address what to do when traditional or societally defined (or accepted) step parenting does not work. Unfortunately, there is no “one size fits all” when blending. They saw there was a need for something different, a non-judgmental community of step parents who are not fitting into the traditional stepparent role to help them avoid becoming another blended family divorce statistic.

    You will definitely want to listen in as Tara, Lori and David discuss Nacho Kids® and "Nachoing". They dive into the most challenging part of  blending families--- how to deal or not deal with each other’s kids.


    To learn more about Lori and David, the Nacho Kids® Academy, The Nacho Kids Podcast and much more - https://nachokids.com/

    To learn more and/or receive support from Tara:

    Website -Dr. Tara Egan's child & adolescent therapy services books, webinars, public speaking opportunities, and coaching/consultation services, Go HERE.

    Facebook - learn more HERE.
    YouTube - learn more HERE.
    Instagram - learn more HERE.

    Edited by Christian Fox

    • 1 hr 41 min

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