9 episodes

Dr. Dewey Wilson and Dr. John Trent, authors of The Relationally Intelligent Child, teach parents the crucial insights of relational intelligence. This tool for growth and connection will not only change a child’s life, but also a parent’s own relationships. They'll be discussing the five key elements that can engage and equip your child with skills for being relationally intelligent with family, friends, and others as well as the research and science behind this must-grasp concept.

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Dr. Dewey Wilson and Dr. John Trent, authors of The Relationally Intelligent Child, teach parents the crucial insights of relational intelligence. This tool for growth and connection will not only change a child’s life, but also a parent’s own relationships. They'll be discussing the five key elements that can engage and equip your child with skills for being relationally intelligent with family, friends, and others as well as the research and science behind this must-grasp concept.

    Unwavering Resilience Part 2

    Unwavering Resilience Part 2

    Almost everyone, including resilient people, become anxious and stressed when things are rough. But instead of being crippled by these emotions, they generally find ways to press on despite their circumstances. Sounds like something us parents want for our kids, right? In this episode, Dr. John Trent and Dr. Dewey Wilson talk more about the third element of relational intelligence and how we can help our children develop unwavering resilience.

    • 21 min
    Unwavering Resilience Part 1

    Unwavering Resilience Part 1

    How resilient do you think most children are today compared to children 40 years ago? Is raising resilient children overrated, or is it absolutely necessary for our children to have in order for them to succeed later in life? In this episode, Dr. John Trent and Dr. Dewey Wilson share some thoughts about the third element of raising relationally intelligent children - Unwavering Resilience part 1.

    • 21 min
    Fearless Exploration - Part 2

    Fearless Exploration - Part 2

    Every child is born with the desire to explore, and most of them explore with greater confidence when securely attached to parents or care-givers. Simply put, how your child explores later in life has a lot to do with how involved you are as they explore their world today.

    • 17 min
    Fearless Exploration - Part 1

    Fearless Exploration - Part 1

    How anxious do you become when your child starts exploring new things in their world? After all, our need to protect them is completely natural, right? But did you know so is their need to explore? In this episode, Dr. Wilson and Dr. John Trent discuss what fearless exploration looks like for our children and how we can help them successfully explore while also staying safe as they grow and mature.

    • 17 min
    Secure Attachment - Part 2

    Secure Attachment - Part 2

    Building a secure attachment with a child can be extremely difficult for parents who didn’t experience it growing up, yet so many of these parents are successful. In this podcast, Dr.'s Trent and Wilson offer words of encouragement to parents struggling in this area and talk about how intentionally evaluating what we think is so key to our success.

    • 18 min
    Secure Attachment - Part 1

    Secure Attachment - Part 1

    How securely attached do you believe you are with your child? For most of us, building a secure attachment with our children has a lot to do with our attachment to parents or caregivers growing up. That’s the topic being discussed in this episode, including 3 strategic questions that are designed to help you securely attach with your children, regardless of their age.

    • 20 min

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