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.
Revisit- Self-Care Is An Inside Job
Dr. Pooja Lakshmin joins Dr. Becky to talk about how women and parents can discover what self-care and caring for yourself really looks like.
When DFKs, Birth Order, and Siblings Collide
This week, Dr. Becky talks with a couple about Deeply Feeling Kids, birth order, and sibling dynamics all at once.
Stressed Out & Maxed Out
Clinical pyschologist and author, Jenny Taitz, joins Dr. Becky to give parents the tools they need to manage their stress.
Revisit - The Voices Inside Our Heads
Dr. Becky sits down with the founder of Internal Family Systems, Dr. Dick Schwartz to help us become intentional rather than reactive parents.
Mom Rage, Mom Guilt & Everything in Between
Caitlin Murray of Big Time Adulting joins Dr. Becky to talk about mom rage, mom guilt, and how hard this parenting gig is.
Good Inside Parenting is Not Gentle Parenting
In this episode, Dr. Becky hears situations from several parents where they aren't sure how to be the sturdy pilots their children need them to be.
If there is one parenting podcast worth listening, it’s this one! Lots of valuable advice and insights. It helps me become a better parent.
No just no
Dr B honestly the episode on not punishing your kids for bad behaviour?! They’re never gonna learn! I’m a single mom and my kids mess up they going to be cleaning the whole house but not punishing them at ALL oh h*ll nah. If you don’t give them discipline they won’t learn discipline! You wanna teach algebra you gotta learn algebra.
Wow, I'm a DFA with a DFK
My wife turned me on to Dr. Becky and the episode on consequences made me completely rethink parenting. Why am I as an emo dad fighting his own amygdala treating my child in a way I would absolutely hate to be treated? Dr. Becky uses such amazing analogies to put these kid problems into adult world context. So illuminating. Thank you.