Parenting can be tough, especially when your kids are misbehaving. Join behavior expert and mother of two, Dr. Heather Maguire, each week as she looks at behavior through the lens of behavioral psychology. If you are struggling with issues like defiance and tantrums in your toddler, or if you just want to learn how to motivate your school-aged child, then this podcast is for you. No more parenting advice based on opinion or popular trend! Prism Parenting teaches practical strategies that actually work.
Strategies to Help Your Child (and You!) Successfully Navigate Through Life’s Transitions with Elise Knox
The only thing constant in parenting is change. Can I get an amen?! Whether your kids are about to start preschool or on the edge of the dreaded teenage years, chances are the next transition is coming sooner than you realize. Elise Knox provides insight regarding how she helps families walk through times of change as confidently and painlessly as possible.
Help! My Child is Being Bullied- Part 2 with Dr. Jennifer Fraser
We all know that bullying is a big deal, but did you know it has a measurable impact on the brain? Dr. Fraser describes what a bullied brain looks like and how it can be repaired.
Help! My Child is Being Bullied- Part 1 with Dr. Ambroes Pass-Turner
The term bully is thrown around a lot, but what does it really mean? How is it different than being mean, and when does it cross the line into harassment? Dr. Ambroes Pass-Turner answers these questions (and more!) on this episode.
Building Creativity in (and With) Your Kids with Dr. Jeff Fajans
As parents we know that it’s important to encourage our kids to be creative, but sometimes it’s hard to know what this looks like at a practical level. This week Dr. Fajans provides insight about how he is doing this in his own home and provides insight about how to make this the norm in your own home.
Preventing and Responding to Self-Harm with Dr. J. J. Kelly, PsyD
Although parents of young kids might think cutting or other forms of self-harm is something they won't need to worry about until the teenage years, Dr. Kelly explains why this is not true. She explains how parents can actively work to prevent self-harm and how to respond if it does happen in their home.
Growing Happy Kids with Dr. Maureen Healy
Dr. Healy discusses practical (and fun!) ways to build grit and resilience within your kids to foster true happiness for parent and child.