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Having Conversations About Alcohol and Drug Use
Dr. Anjali Nandi
Description: In this episode, we talk about some of the conversations we should be having with our children about alcohol and drugs and get specific ideas about what those conversations could sound like.
In this episode, we talk about intentional communication. Intentional communication is a way of communicating that deliberately fosters social and emotional skill development. It supports and enhances the relationship between parents and their child.
Social and Emotional Development
In this conversation, we talk about social and emotional development. We are joined by Maurice Elias, Ph.D., one of the pioneers of social and emotional development, director of the Rutgers University Social-Emotional Development Lab, and author of Emotionally Intelligent Parenting.. We discuss the importance of social and emotional development for a child’s success.
Parenting Process for Success
In this episode, we have a conversation about a step by step process parents or someone in a parenting role can follow for dealing with simple and challenging parenting topics. The process can help to build critical life skills and improve your relationship with your child.
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Intentional Ways to Grow a Healthy Parenting Relationship
In this conversation, we talk about our relationships with our children. Joined by Dr. Shannon Wanless, an Applied Developmental Psychologist and the Director for the Office of Child Development at the University of Pittsburgh School of Education, we learn intentional ways we can grow a healthy relationship that can be a foundation for our children’s success.
Guidance and Discipline for Skill Building
Join the ParentingMontana.org podcast in conversations about the challenges and the joys of being in a parenting role in Montana and learn how we can raise our kids to be confident, respectful, and make healthy choices.