Family 360 Podcast
What is a family? How do we care for one another? How do we help each other flourish and what gives us resilience in difficult times from the earliest years to our last days? How we live life together so that it shapes who we are and how we thrive? All of this happens in the context of family.
Hosts Rachel Cram and Roy Salmond
Dr. Katie Rinald - The Pee & Poop Episode! Toileting 101
Toilet training is a significant first step on the long and winding journey of learning self-control, and it's a step we want to celebrate with our kids.
In this episode of family360 we’re with warm and humorous educator, Dr. Katie Rinald, discussing ways to lose diapers without losing dignity - your child’s or your own. If you’re about to undergo an adventure into underwear, listen in for some great tips and encouragement.
Tony Ho - Insomnia: Now Playing In A Person Near You
Insomnia affects 40% of adults and we can lie awake worrying about having it!
Cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia is the recommended route to restore sleep patterns for people struggling with insomnia and in this episode, sleep specialist Tony Ho describes how CBTI can realign our relationship with sleep.
Tony is the director of Quadra Wellness & Counselling Centre in Vancouver Canada and a mental health specialist. Join us!
Dr. Rod Wilson - Thank You. I'm Sorry. Tell Me More.
High-quality relationships start with high-quality connections. We’re constantly scanning our relationships for social cues on whether we belong and are valued.
This week on family360 our guest is psychologist, family therapist and author Dr. Rod Wilson who writes about ancient traditions and teachings central to building authentic and trusting relationships.
Teacher Tom - Preschoolers: Let Them Learn!
This episode is filled with engaging and enlightening stories from early childhood educator and international consultant, Tom Hobson.
Through decades of study and practice with preschoolers, “Teacher Tom” understands how children ‘learn how to learn’ through play.
He writes, "Time and again, when I've had faith in children, when I've held them as competent, for more often than not, they show me they are."
He now shares that knowledge around the world, describing how we create classroom environments that let kids learn.
Dr. Tina Payne Bryson - How To Be A Harbour When Your Child Is A Storm
This week on family360, we’re in conversation with New York Times Bestselling author, Dr. Tina Payne Bryson, talking about being present for our kids so they feel safe, seen, soothed and secure.
Seeking safety is a biological instinct. Our kids will naturally head for our harbour as long as they feel welcome, regardless of the storm. Listen to our conversation to learn more about the power of showing up.
Tara Mitchell - Sleep Baby Sleep (Pleeeze!)
The phrase, “all you need is love,” rings true until all you need is sleep… then ‘love’ takes a close second.
In this episode of family360, pediatric sleep specialist Tara Mitchell talks about the toll sleep deprivation takes on family functioning and offers counsel for sorting out sleep in a way that allows our children to rest in our care.
Check in to hear her personal story and how she’s helping put the joy back into parenthood, one good sleep at a time.
Inspiring & uplifting!
This is such a positive podcast, focused on kindness, understanding and grace. We all need more of this in our lives, especially in these pandemic times!! I’m always excited when I see a new episode in my feed. Thank you! I’m learning so much from you and your guests. Please keep it going!
Fascinating guests, great interviewer, artful vibe
I have really enjoyed this new podcast. The variety of guests - creatives, family experts, and personal stories - have been stimulating and informative. Rachel is a gifted interviewer who is able to help each guest share their best. Roy provides a beautiful backdrop. You should add this podcast to your regular rotation.
Anxiety during the Pandemic
I certainly needed that piece of inspiration. That reminder that I need swagger with my kids right now. Thanks. I hope you can do more during this difficult time that can help us with the tools we need right now to navigate while acknowledging the seriousness of what could be another Great Depression due to the job loss and economic repercussions. A reminder of what’s most important isn’t the materialist. Anything you can think of that could help with “we got this”. I loved that we are designed to face adversity!!! Keep it going.