Join clinical psychologist and mom of three Dr. Becky Kennedy on her weekly podcast, as she takes on tough parenting questions and delivers actionable guidance—all in short episodes, because we know time is hard to find as a parent. Her breakthrough approach has enabled thousands of people to get more comfortable in discomfort, make repairs after mistakes, and always see the good inside. You'll gain the tools to embody your authority while developing a stronger parent-child connection, helping you become the parent you want to be and helping your child develop the skills necessary for life success.
An Unfiltered Look at Thirteen
Dr. Becky is joined by journalist Jessica Bennett, teenager London, and her mother Dekeda to talk about what it's like being a thirteen-year-old girl today.
How to Talk to Kids about Politics
Pantsuit Politics podcast hosts, Beth Silvers and Sarah Stewart Holland join Dr. Becky to help us get to the bottom of how to talk to our kids about politics.
Revisit - Reclaim The Holidays For YOU
Dr. Becky sits down with Priya Parker to discuss gatherings, boundaries, and how we can create meaningful moments together.
The Overlap Between ADHD, Neurodivergence, and Deeply Feeling Kids
Dr. Becky is joined by clinical psychologist, Alex Reed, to discuss the overlap between, ADHD, neurodivergence, and Deeply Feeling Kids.
Tapping Into Your Kid's Hidden Potential
Organizational psychologist and author, Adam Grant, joins Dr. Becky to discuss what potential really is and how to bring it out in your kid.
Revisit - Tantrums Trigger Me
Dr. Becky talks to a father of two young girls about the lessons of his own childhood...when it was okay to cry and when it was not.
Such a great podcast, Dr. Becky is amazing and shares so many tips that are useful and easy to implement. I just love her general idea around kids and people (we are all good inside) and it really is easy to grow your tool kit from there!
Great tips given
I like to listen to the problem and then solutions being offered as the format for this podcast. Either from live conversations or recorded messages. I hope I remember the basics by the time my baby gets older when I may need to access some of these tools. Occasionally I find Dr. Becky a bit over the top like who is actually that bubbly but either she’s catering to a large audience or maybe she actually is like that. Otherwise, the show is very nicely produced and the advert time is not excessive or too distracting. Very useful podcast.
Episode 7 was great
More for tweens please! I listen for tips but also confidence building. With an 11 going on 15 year old girl, life is a daily struggle with mood and anger.