Are you looking for solutions to parenting challenges? The behavior skills of the Teaching-Family Model taught in this podcast are the solutions to your parenting needs!
In this episode, we discuss the difference between coaching and therapy and how you can determine your child’s needs.
We can talk to our children about racism, religion, politics, sex, drugs, or social issues without it turning into heated debate. Learn how.
It can be disheartening to find resources for your child. Learn from attorney Catherine Michael about the options available to you.
If this pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that it’s okay not to be okay. This doesn’t make you a terrible parent. It makes you a real one.
As this pandemic wears on, we feel exhausted by change and frustration that things aren’t back to normal. How we need to parent has changed.
When things get upended, we want to find a sense of normalcy for ourselves and our kids. Learn parenting skills to support your kids.
Parents sometimes struggle to balance the disparate needs of multiple children. Sibling rivalry is a challenge. Learn what to do here.
If you’re struggling feeling like you’re failing as a parent, this podcast will give you hope! Listen in with Parenting Coach, Siope Kinikini.
Siope Kinikini continues his story about how Effective Communication helped survivors of human trafficking to begin the healing process.
What age should a child get a cell phone?
Many parents ask what age should a child get a cell phone. This is a difficult question to answer because there are a lot of factors. I discuss things parents should consider.
The age of kids having cell phones seems to get younger and younger.
What age should I get my child a cell phone? It depends on many factors. The child should be able to demonstrate that they are responsible for their age. Their needs to be open and ongoing communication with you and your child. […]
When a child hates the sound of no: Parenting ODD
We often think of defiant behavior as a problem for those parenting ODD children, but no child likes to hear the word “No.” Even adults don’t like when they aren’t able to do or have something they want. When adults ask for time off at work or for a better deal at a store, they expect to be told “Yes” and will occasionally argue to avoid the “No” answer. […]
Parenting defiant behavior in an ODD child
Parenting defiant behavior can seem like an impossible task. In this post, we discuss helping those who have been diagnosed with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD). An ODD child can be one of the most frustrating and exhausting experiences for parents and caregivers. We offer suggestions on what you can do.
What is ODD?
Oppositional Defiant Disorder is a pattern of angry and irritability that has been consistent for at least six months. This behavior includes vindictiveness, argumentative and defiant posturing to authority. It is more than just defiant behavior. […]
White lies parents tell their kids
We have been raised in a culture where parents are allowed and even encouraged to tell their children white lies, but what are the consequences of lying?
The Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, magic, are probably the most common white lies parents tell their children. Harmless stories that keep the wonder and innocence of childhood alive. We have all done it. In fact, my wife and I raised our daughter to believe in both when she was younger. Would I change that? No. […]
Addicted to gaming: internet gaming disorder
Are your children addicted to gaming? There is a growing movement in the mental health community to include internet gaming disorder as an official disease.
The World Health Organization introduced a proposal in January of 2018 to include “Gaming Disorder” into the new list of diagnosable diseases. This proposal has some professionals concerned. […]
How to make kids chore charts work
Parents often ask, “How to make chore charts work?” Before the age of technology parents often used chore charts on paper to help them monitor their child’s responsibilities and teach them responsibility. While I am a fan of technology, I always refer parents back to using a chore chart on paper. The main reason I recommend using kids chore charts on paper is that it visible for you and your child without resorting to a device. […]
YouTube stars aren’t role models
I love YouTube and social media as much as the next person. I laugh at funny videos and am so glad that someone uploaded that how to video. But I’ve never been into the many of the huge, and in my humble opinion, incredibly stupid YouTube stars such as Logan Paul or PewDiePie as I just can’t stand to watch dumb and stupid people. It drives me crazy as my husband can attest.
Recently one of these YouTube stars, Logan Paul posted a mocking video of someone who had recently committed suicide. […]
What to do when you’re doubting yourself as a parent
Parenting is hard. There’s no way around it. […]
Emotion control for kids using self regulating strategies
Managing emotions for kids is a question many parents ask as they want their children to be successful. Using effective parenting techniques consistently, including self regulation strategies, are the core to raising resilient children. There are a lot of different emotion control strategies you can add to your toolbox. […]
Does my child have ADHD? 5 things to know about ADHD
How well do you know the symptoms of ADHD? Are you concerned that your child may have ADHD and want to know what to look out for?
5 things to know about ADHD
1. ADHD was first describe over a hundred years ago
In the early 1900s, ADHD was first mentioned by a British pediatrician named Sir George Still. […]