28 episodes

I am Dr. Rahat Sayyad, a physician, parenting coach and mom of two.
I believe that parenting is something that should NOT be learnt on the job.
I am here to use my medical expertise, research and personal experience as a parent to provide some mental peace, to all those struggling parents.
Tune in for expert interviews, practical advises and my personal parenting experience as a doctor mommy on child health and development.

Doctormommyspeaks Parentin‪g‬ Dr. Rahat Sayyad

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I am Dr. Rahat Sayyad, a physician, parenting coach and mom of two.
I believe that parenting is something that should NOT be learnt on the job.
I am here to use my medical expertise, research and personal experience as a parent to provide some mental peace, to all those struggling parents.
Tune in for expert interviews, practical advises and my personal parenting experience as a doctor mommy on child health and development.

    Ep. #26. Real Moms Real Talks- Raising Boys Right with Batul Mumin

    Ep. #26. Real Moms Real Talks- Raising Boys Right with Batul Mumin

    Find out more on https://doctormommyspeaks.com
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    I would love to hear your thoughts, comments, feedback or any problem that you would like to share and get expert advice on.
    Until then,
    Happy Parenting.

    • 28 min
    Ep. #25 All About Depression And Therapy With Clinical Psychologist Dr. Mimansa Singh

    Ep. #25 All About Depression And Therapy With Clinical Psychologist Dr. Mimansa Singh

    Dr. Mimansa Sigh is a clinical Psychologist working with the Department of Mental Health Behavioural Sciences Fortis Healthcare. She is a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist working in the clinical space using evidence-based treatments with adolescents, parents, couples and families.
    We have spoken about:
    Depression and how to identify it in children?
    Work from home and handling kids while staying sane?
    What is therapy and what actually happens in therapy?
    Tips and tricks on taking care of your mental health?
    connect with dr. Mimansa on Instagram and on Twitter
    Head to doctormommyspeaks.com/podcasts for all the show notes and other resources on health and parenting and while you're at it, don't forget to subscribe to our newsletter.
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    You can connect with @doctormommyspeaks on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin.
    or leave a voice message.
    If you have any queries related to parenting you need help with do hit me up on rahat.sayyad@gmail.com and write "podcast" in the subject line.  or just send me a DM on Instagram
    I would love to hear your thoughts, comments, feedback or any problem that you would like to share and get expert advice on.
    Until then,
    Happy Parenting. jtmrWmvVNG8A0rJeoAr8

    • 29 min
    Ep. #24 Tackling sibling feuds

    Ep. #24 Tackling sibling feuds

    Essential life skills like problem solving, assertiveness, learning to speak for oneself can be taught at home with ease. Did you know that situations like sibling feuds and not forcing kids to share toys can be used to teach these necessary life skills to our kids. Sibling fights- AND DO THEY REALLY NEED TO BE TACKLED? OR IS IT JUST US PARENTS OVERREACTING. Sharing toys- when forced to do it, kids neither develop generosity nor empathy. so how do we raise generous lil humans who care about others too? listen to know more. Do subscribe to my podcast so you will be notified each time a new episode is online. you can visit my website doctormommyspeaks.com/podcasts for all the show notes and other resources on health and parenting. and while you're at it, don't forget to subscribe to our newsletter. Do review our podcast wherever you listen, it will help others to find this podcast. You can connect with doctormommyspeaks on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin. or leave a voice message. I would love to hear your thoughts, comments, feedback or any problem that you would like to share and get expert advice on. Until then, Happy Parenting. 

    • 11 min
    Ep. #23 The Unique Child- With Chairperson of Fragile X society of India, Mrs Shalini Kedia.

    Ep. #23 The Unique Child- With Chairperson of Fragile X society of India, Mrs Shalini Kedia.

    Today’s episode is for all those parents who want to know more about intellectual disability or have an affected child.

    Have you seen a child who doesn’t act his age? He/she might act childish, have odd mannerisms like flapping hands or he might be drooling, constantly pulling his mum’s dress, keeping his head in a particular position. In medical terms, this disorder is called “intellectual disability” previously known as “mental retardation”

    There are many causes of Intellectual disability but Let’s talk about a genetic condition called fragile x syndrome.It is the most common form of inherited intellectual disability in males and females. To discuss it in great detail we have with us Mrs Shalini Kedia, Chairperson of Fragile X Society-India. Fragile X is one of the leading causes of inherited intellectual disability and Autism worldwide.

    We have spoken about things like:


    If you are planning a pregnancy then, what should you keep in mind before going ahead, with regards to Fragile X syndrome?
    What is the relationship between Fragile X syndrome and A common learning disability called Autism?
    Why is diagnoses a problem in India and what do you suggest should be done on the part of parents so they can become aware of this condition
    Once diagnosed with Fragile X syndrome, what next?
    What are the problem areas and what sort of therapies, programs can help these kids live a better life?
    What was the idea behind the fragile x society and how did it get conceptualized?
    What sort of work does your organization do to support families with fragile x syndrome.
    How can we reduce the stigma associated with intellectual disabilities and help kids and families struggling with such conditions?
    Where do these kids stand with regards to settling in society and living an independent life? What sort of vocational courses suit them so they can live a life of dignity without Relying on others.

    Do subscribe to my podcast so you will be notified each time a new episode is online. Head to doctormommyspeaks.com/podcasts for all the show notes and other resources on health and parenting and while you're at it, don't forget to subscribe to our newsletter.

    Do review our podcast wherever you listen, it will help others to find this podcast.

    You can connect with @doctormommyspeaks on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin.

    or leave a voice message.

    I would love to hear your thoughts, comments, feedback or any problem that you would like to share and get expert advice on.

    Until then,

    Happy Parenting.

    • 34 min
    Ep. #22 Modern parenting trends in the post-pandemic era and how to handle them. with Behavioural Expert dr. Marcie Beigel

    Ep. #22 Modern parenting trends in the post-pandemic era and how to handle them. with Behavioural Expert dr. Marcie Beigel

    Today’s episode is for all those parents who are struggling with challenging behaviours in children due to the pandemic.

    We will be discussing all these challenges for parents and getting some tangible tips on how to parent better in these times.

    For this, we have with us a special guest all the way from new york, USA.

    She is the author of two best-selling books "Love Your Family Again and Love Your Classroom Again".

    For over 20 years she has worked with families and educators to help kids with challenging behaviours. She has been a guest behavioural expert on national media, including FOX, ABC, NBC and many more.

    She is based in New York City where she connects with teachers on her Facebook group 'Behavior and Beyond and with parents through her membership program 'Parents Doing It ALL'.

    From the preschooler who won't sit still to the tween and teens who are defiant and disrespectful  Her realistic, action-based approaches have resulted in lesser fights, and happier families - dr. Marcie Beigel.

    1- How to make your kids listen


    Be clear in your words and instructions.

    Put your words into action. Follow through instead to just repeating yourself untill you lose it and start yelling

    Celebrate your child’s behaviour


    2- Concerns over screen time use


    Put down your technology

    Tell them what you are doing (i am just checking if my boss mailed me)

    Giving them screen-free time (family time)

    Parenting guilt (online schooling, recreational purposes, connecting with friends)


    3- Being on the same page as ur partner

    4- Work from home and handling kids.

    5- Teach them to think for themselves

    6- Understanding politics and current scenarios related to it on social media.

    Do subscribe to my podcast so you will be notified each time a new episode is online. you can visit my website doctormommyspeaks.com/podcasts for all the show notes and other resources on health and parenting. and while you're at it, don't forget to subscribe to our newsletter.

    Do review our podcast wherever you listen, it will help others to find this podcast.

    You can connect with @doctormommyspeaks on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin.

    or leave a voice message.

    I would love to hear your thoughts, comments, feedback or any problem that you would like to share and get expert advice on.

    Until then,

    Happy Parenting.

    • 33 min
    Ep. #21 How to help your child attain his maximum height up to his full genetic potential- with Pediatric Endocrinologist. Dr. Alok

    Ep. #21 How to help your child attain his maximum height up to his full genetic potential- with Pediatric Endocrinologist. Dr. Alok

    Today’s episode is for all those parents who are worried about their child’s growth and development.
    For this, we have with us a special guest who is a dear friend and a Pediatric endocrinologist. He has done a specialization in paediatrics followed by a  Post Doctoral Fellowship in Pediatric and Adolescent Endocrinology. He holds special expertise in the management of Juvenile Diabetes Mellitus. Apart from being an avid reader and a  nature enthusiast he is great with kids.
    We have answered questions like:
    1. The child will grow as tall as its parents, myth or fact?
    2. A girl cannot grow after attaining menses- what one should know.
    3. Can growth hormone be given to children who do not have growth hormone deficiency? And is it permissible?
    4. It is normal to get menses early these days - myth or fact?
    5. I didn't grow much because I didn't exercise or cycle enough in childhood- busting the myth
    6. Is there a way to increase my child’s height?
    You can connect with Dr. Alok Sardesai on Facebook as Alok.sardesai.1 and on Instagram as dr.aloksardesai
    Do subscribe to my podcast so you will be notified each time a new episode is online. you can visit my website doctormommyspeaks.com/podcasts for all the show notes and other resources on health and parenting. and while you're at it, don't forget to subscribe to our newsletter.
    Do review our podcast wherever you listen, it will help others to find this podcast.
    You can connect with doctormommyspeaks on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin.
    or leave a voice message.
    I would love to hear your thoughts, comments, feedback or any problem that you would like to share and get expert advice on.
    Until then,
    Happy Parenting.

    • 35 min

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