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.
Three Ways to Survive Those Days When Thriving Isn't an Option
Being a parent is amazing, but it’s also challenging, even on the best days. On the hardest days, it sometimes feels impossible to check yourself in the moment and change course. To kick off season 2, we will discuss three ways to show up as a parent on those days that you just don’t feel like it.
Season 2 Sneak Peak
Season two comes out March 1st, and I’m so excited to connect with you all again. Through solo episodes and interviews, we will continue to tackle all topics parenting and behavior. Stay tuned!
Understanding Lyme Disease with Dr. Roseann
This week on the show Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge discusses several topics including Lyme disease prevention and treatment, helping kids who suffer from chronic stomach aches, and managing night terrors during the toddler years.
How to Unapologetically Raise Strong Daughters
Culture still finds ways to tell women that they are less than. This week we look at three quotes from Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. Based upon these quotes, we will consider the best way we can raise our daughters to become strong and independent young women.
The Cell Phone Dilemma with Isaiah McPeak
What age should kids get cell phones, and what are the risk and benefits that parents should be aware of? This week Isaiah McPeak shares invaluable information and perspective about this important topic.
The Key to Less Picky Eating This Holiday Season
The holidays are a good opportunity to introduce your kids to new food and help them move past picky eating habits. In this episode we cover three simple (and painless!) things you can try with your kids.
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Encouragement for the journey
Thank you Heather for your gift to parents. I like your factual approach and your compassion; being a parent I bring my own unique foibles and gifts. Your generous words encourage my journey, especially now as a grandparent and a piano teacher.
I love to keep learning, and your podcast let’s me learn as I drive. I’m currently halfway through the fascinating interview entitled, “Babies are not pizzas.” I’ve shared some ideas from your talk about parenting and technology with a few people and hope it was helpful.
Looking forward to your next podcast,
Great Factual Information Dr. Maguire!
Enjoying Heather’s factual information on all things parenting! Thank you for countless ideas and encouragement.
Love Heather and this show
Heather’s parenting approach is down-to-earth and easy-to-follow. I find myself coming back for more each week to up my parenting game because her feedback works!