Stressed-out parent? Need a little help? Project Parenthood is your weekly guide to raising your kids with empathy while taking care of yourself, too. Host Dr. Nanika Coor is a clinical psychologist and respectful parenting advocate. She'll help you get a handle on toddler emotions, discipline your teens without punishment, and create more peace and collaboration in your home--all in just ten minutes a week.
Rethink Time Out: Support Your Child with Time Ins
In this episode Dr. Coor offers non-punitive ways to be the Safe Haven that your child needs in order to learn to cope with their big feelings rather than resort to big behaviors.
What parents need to know about ADHD with Dr. Nekeshia Hammond
Parents often feel adrift after their child gets an ADHD diagnosis. In today’s episode, Dr. Coor speaks with Dr. Nekeshia Hammond, author of the book: “ADHD Explained: What Every Parent Needs to Know,” about how parents can better understand ADHD and set up their ADHD youngsters for success.
The mind shift you need to tackle your child's concerning behavior
What if you found out that your child’s upsetting behaviors are happening because they don’t have the skills to do any better? And what if there were some tools you could learn to use to help your child do better? Today, I’m talking about the central and arguably most challenging idea for many parents to accept in Ross Greene’s Collaborative and Proactive Solutions model, or CPS: Kids do well if they can do well, not if they want to do well.
The Impacts of Online Racism - with Dr. Rob Eschmann
The anonymity of online spaces means that kids are coming across blatant racism while gaming and consuming social media. How does this impact young people of color? Today, Dr. Coor talks with Dr. Rob Eschmann about that and what parents can do to support kids who experience online racism.
How to support your child’s participation in sports
Have you become overly involved in your child’s sports participation - to the point where it might be veering into being disruptive and unhealthy? In this episode, Dr. Coor talks about healthy ways to support your child’s participation in sports.
7 ways to feel more confident as a parent
7 steps to take that can help you build confidence and self-esteem as a parent.
Great content, poor editing
Love the show and the content provided, but the editing within the podcasts needs some love. Whether it’s repeating segments or a ad that comes out of no-where, it could be much better with some more effort or a more thorough review prior to posting.
This show is much more racist than I would have ever guessed. I picked two random shows and they both ended up being all about blaming white people and perpetuating racism.
I thought this show was about parenting
Quick and Dirty and oh so good
Dr Coor is spectacular. Her voice is so soothing, but also she has the best advice. It’s the right balance for me of self love and empathy for our children. She’s the queen of teaching me how to inception my toddler into great habits and behaviors. I am a better mother for listening to the podcast and I can’t wait to see what she has coming next!