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This show is intended to help people who care for children diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder. The hostess, Tracey Turner-Keyser, MA, BC-DMT, LPC-S, has 25 years of experience in helping biological, legal guardian, step, foster and adoptive families with difficult or challenging children to understand and transform dysfunctional behaviors, so they may experience joy in their lives and peace in their family relationships.



Episodes feature helpful tips about RAD, how to handle the children, and conversations with other parents and caretakers of RAD children.

Reactive Attachment Disorder Parenting Podcast Tracey Turner-Keyser

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This show is intended to help people who care for children diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder. The hostess, Tracey Turner-Keyser, MA, BC-DMT, LPC-S, has 25 years of experience in helping biological, legal guardian, step, foster and adoptive families with difficult or challenging children to understand and transform dysfunctional behaviors, so they may experience joy in their lives and peace in their family relationships.



Episodes feature helpful tips about RAD, how to handle the children, and conversations with other parents and caretakers of RAD children.

    Staying Balanced and Motivated [Tip 10]

    Staying Balanced and Motivated [Tip 10]

     

    Hi – This tip is a short introduction to the possibilities of using essential oils for emotional healing enhancement for yourself and your children. I introduce two Doterra essential oils -‘ Balance Blend’ for calming and grounding. ‘Motivate Blend’ for help with feelings of discouragement.


    Disclaimer- Please consult your doctor before using oils. The use of oils are not a substitute for seeking help. The information share in this video is for informational and education purposes only.

    Contact us through the website with questions.

    Thanks

    For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

    http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

    If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

    Email us with your questions at fcfcradpodcast@gmail.com so that we can answer them on the show.

    Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

    Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

    Photo by Bekir Dönmez on Unsplash

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    Why Respite [Episode 10]

    Why Respite [Episode 10]

    Hey There and Happy Holidays,

    Did you know that a solid team of a RAD therapist and a theraputic respite provider works wonders for families strugging to  raise their RAD kids? Tune into this week’s episode featuring Karen Adair, a Theraputic respite provider and adoptive parent that understands all that is entailed in parenting children with RAD. Through her experiences raising RAD kids, she is able to provide safe productive therapeutic respite for families in need of a break. Not sure what respite is or wondering if you need it? ..You’re in the right place.

    For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

    http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

    If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

    Email us with your questions at fcfcradpodcast@gmail.com so that we can answer them on the show.

    Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

    Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

    Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash

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    Setting Limits [Tip 009]

    Setting Limits [Tip 009]

     

    Hey Parents and Caregivers,

    Now that we are somewhat adjusted to the flow of being back at school, this week we are going to touch on the importance of setting limits for our kids. With the holidays fast approaching this is one parenting tip that you don’t want to miss.

    For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

    http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

    If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

    Email us with your questions at fcfcradpodcast@gmail.com so that we can answer them on the show.

    Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

    Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

    The Neuroscience of Strong Sitting featuring Dr. David Keyser-[Episode 009]

    The Neuroscience of Strong Sitting featuring Dr. David Keyser-[Episode 009]

    Hi Folks,

    This week we are talking to Dr.David Keyser about the neuroscience behind strong sitting. This is a wonderful tool to have in the toolbag and should be something accessible to both kids and adults. If ya haven’t already, make time to watch the strong sitting video below and check out Epsiode 008 and Tip 008 for more on strong sitting.

    To see a hands on demo of this tool check out our latest video ‘Strong Sitting Demo’ on the video tab or on Youtube:https://youtu.be/e63_kD1d2Wo

    For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

    http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

    If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

    Email us with your questions at fcfcradpodcast@gmail.com so that we can answer them on the show.

    Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

    Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

    Photo by jesse orrico on Unsplash

     

     

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    Strong Sitting: Parent Interview [Episode 008]

    Strong Sitting: Parent Interview [Episode 008]

     

    Hey Listeners,

    Have a listen to this parent’s strong sitting experience and her testimonial of what an awesome tool this is to have in the tool bag. After you listen head on over to the “Video” tab to watch Strong Sitting in action courtesy of my grand-daughter who nailed it after a weekend at Grandmas Summer Camp.

    Just a reminder parents, when adding this little gem to the parenting tool bag be patient and consistent in your use of the tool. Remember this is an opportunity for kids to collect themselves, calm down their nervous-system and reflect before acting, it is not a punishment. Take a deep breath and check out the Yoga video as well and treat yourself to short yoga practice.

    To add more tips to your bag sign up for the next parenting class. Let us know if you would like to tune in virtually and we will work on making it happen. Stay tuned for the next episode where we discuss with Neuroscientist Dr. David Keyser, what happens to the brain during strong sitting.

    For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

    http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

    If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

    Email us with your questions at fcfcradpodcast@gmail.com so that we can answer them on the show.

    Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

    Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

     

     

     

     

    • 13 min
    Parent Training & Strong Sitting [Tip 008]

    Parent Training & Strong Sitting [Tip 008]

    Hey There and Welcome to Fall!

    We are back in action and by now, I’m sure you all are fried with school, new commitments and all of the Fall transitions that you are moving through. In this tip of the week I want to share one of my favorite and most effective tools for moving through all of your day to day transitions. This tool works great with your everyday  kid and those with complex trauma.

    To see a hands on demo of this tool check out our latest video ‘Strong Sitting Demo’ on the video tab or on Youtube:https://youtu.be/e63_kD1d2Wo

    In your spare time be sure to check out this article from UNC’s Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute that highlights the importance of parent training when dealing with kids with ADD. Solid parental training is an invaluable and empowering tool set that every parent/caregiver/guardian should have access to when rearing kids. Thank goodness, science is finally catching up!!

    Research article: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/10/171003093936.htm

    For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

    http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

    If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

    Email us with your questions at fcfcradpodcast@gmail.com so that we can answer them on the show.

    Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

    Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

    Photo by Providence Doucet on Unsplash

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