11 episodes

The Talking Child Development podcast unpacks important topics and conversations related to child and family development. Every episode aims to provide mental health professionals with insights into family life based on theory and experience in the field.

Join Dr Ruth Schmidt Neven as she interviews experts including paediatricians, early childhood educators, child psychotherapists and infant-parent therapists. From communication to attachment, we dive into the ‘why’ behind relationships and behaviour.

This podcast is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development and Psychodynamic Counselling.

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The Talking Child Development podcast unpacks important topics and conversations related to child and family development. Every episode aims to provide mental health professionals with insights into family life based on theory and experience in the field.

Join Dr Ruth Schmidt Neven as she interviews experts including paediatricians, early childhood educators, child psychotherapists and infant-parent therapists. From communication to attachment, we dive into the ‘why’ behind relationships and behaviour.

This podcast is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development and Psychodynamic Counselling.

    #11 Developmental Paediatrics and the Child in the Family with Dr Lynda Chadwick

    #11 Developmental Paediatrics and the Child in the Family with Dr Lynda Chadwick

    In this episode, Dr Ruth Schmidt Neven, child psychotherapist and clinical psychologist talks with paediatrician, Dr. Lynda Chadwick.


    The discussion focuses on Lynda's work in developmental paediatrics which includes children with autism and developmental delay. Lynda has a special interest in infant mental health, attachment, and the importance of parental emotional engagement in the early months and years.


    Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development.
    References: www.acfd.com.au

    www.centreforchildandfamily.com 

    • 1 hr 3 min
    #10 Adolescence and high risk with Maria Papadima

    #10 Adolescence and high risk with Maria Papadima

    In this episode, Dr Ruth Schmidt Neven, child psychotherapist and clinical psychologist talks with Dr. Maria Papadima, child and adolescent psychotherapist.

    Maria describes an innovative approach that helps adolescents, and their families negotiate these challenging transitions. Maria explains how in psychotherapy with adolescents, we explore ideas about what distress means, how we accept and handle it and what our expectations are of a normal life.

    Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development.

    References: www.acfd.com.au www.centreforchildandfamily.com

    • 46 min
    #9 Keeping children and young people safe in the cyber-world with Jordan Foster

    #9 Keeping children and young people safe in the cyber-world with Jordan Foster

    In this episode, Dr Ruth Schmidt Neven, child psychotherapist and clinical psychologist talks to Jordan Foster about cyber safety for children and adolescents.

    Jordan is a clinical psychologist and founder of ySafe which has provided online safety education to half a million students, families, and school staff in Australia. Her extensive expertise has been applied in work with managing problematic technology use, cyber-bullying, image-based abuse, and internet gaming addiction.

    Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development.

    References: www.acfd.com.au www.centreforchildandfamily.com

    • 1 hr 7 min
    #8 Understanding the child’s inner world with Ryan Lowe

    #8 Understanding the child’s inner world with Ryan Lowe

    In this episode, Dr Ruth Schmidt Neven, child psychotherapist and clinical psychologist talks to fellow child and adolescent psychotherapist Ryan Lowe in London who is the founder and clinical director of the Therapeutic Consultants a series of multi-disciplinary therapy clinics.




    Ryan trained at the Tavistock clinic. She has worked at the Tavistock’s day unit for children with complex needs, in the Tavistock’s adolescent department and at the Monroe Young Family Centre where she carried out assessments for family law courts.  She has taught and been an examiner on various trainings.




    Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development.
    References: www.acfd.com.au
    www.centreforchildandfamily.com

    • 37 min
    #7 Tuning in to Kids with Sophie Havighurst

    #7 Tuning in to Kids with Sophie Havighurst

    In this episode, Dr Ruth Schmidt Neven, child psychotherapist and clinical psychologist talks to Professor Sophie Havighurst, Clinical Child Psychologist at Mindful, Department of Psychiatry, University of Melbourne. Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development. References: www.acfd.com.au www.centreforchildandfamily.com

    • 52 min
    #6 From cradle to global citizen: finding our way in turbulent times with Lorraine Rose

    #6 From cradle to global citizen: finding our way in turbulent times with Lorraine Rose

    In this episode, Dr Ruth Schmidt Neven, child psychotherapist and clinical psychologist talks to Lorraine Rose, distinguished psychologist, psychoanalytic psychotherapist, and organisational consultant. Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development.
    References: www.acfd.com.au
    www.centreforchildandfamily.com 

    • 38 min

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