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Parenting teens and young adults today is a huge challenge. Sandy Fowler brings help as she interviews experts, shares stories and gets real digging into relevant topics such as stress, anxiety, bullying, social media, peer pressure, healthy coping strategies, learning disabilities, communication, parenting strategies, and so much more. The Mighty Parenting podcast goes upstream and focuses on sharing information that families, educators and mentors can use to empower kids in an effective way.
 
Tara Hunkin is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Certified GAPS Practitioner, mother and founder of My Child Will Thrive a resource that shares with you the latest science, tips, resources and tools to help you on the path to recovery for your child with ADHD, autism, sensory processing disorder, or learning disabilities. Tara's own experiences with her daughter -- combined with as much training she can get her hands on, research she can dig into, and conferences she can attend -- have hel ...
 
Hear book talks, conversations, special presentations, stories about the happenings in the library, the Labs, and Washington, DC, and much more! This show is recorded from the Labs Recording Studio at the historic, modernized, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in downtown Washington, D.C. This podcast was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Episode transcripts may be requested by emailing labs.dcpl@dc.gov, please include the episode name and date in y ...
 
Tom Dawson-Squibb, performance coach & consultant across sports and business teams joins Kyle Brown, former Blitzbok captain & entrepreneur to discuss leading teams. This podcast is a conversation aimed at unpacking the complex, yet simple task of leading teams and performance. We aim to remain curious rather than present anything as gospel. It will play host to top leaders from around the world and have a distinct sporting flavour to it. Whilst it is serious in its desire to create learning ...
 
FamilyPreneur® is the podcast for progressive family-first entrepreneurs who are redefining "balance" by blending Family & Entrepreneurship together. Hosted by Meg Brunson, this podcast exists to simplify business and marketing strategies so that you can spend more time on the things that matter most to you - like making lasting memories with your family. Listeners of this podcast are increasing their influence online - leveraging the power of digital marketing to build & scale profitable bu ...
 
This is THE podcast about the "Journey to Remarkable" for Retailers, Entrepreneurs and small business owners who just won't settle for Ordinary! It doesn't matter if you are a brand new entrepreneur, if you have been a business owner for many years, or are just dreaming of opening your own enterprise. It's time to travel the road from Ordinary to Remarkable! The Remarkable Retailer Podcast will focus on taking YOUR business to the next level, and will offer Tips, Tools & Tactics to help you ...
 
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Jess helps kids thrive, and families connect. Along with being a certified teacher, Jess is an author, speaker, mother, and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, board certified in Practical Holistic Nutrition. Her book, Raising Resilience and her coaching programs have guided worried parents of children with learning differences, anxiety, …
 
Rights of passage, especially those of transitioning from a teenager to an adult, are often critical to our teens’ self-identities and their motivation to move in the world. Our society has been shifting, however, and many of those rights of passage don’t quite fit anymore, which leaves our teens floundering and stuck. Dr. Mark Schillinger joins Mi…
 
These days it seems like every time you turn around, your teen has their face in their phone—or tablet, or laptop, or GameBoy...you get the picture. Our lives revolve around electronics and we can't imagine being without them. Fun interaction with your family becomes a chore to arrange. How can we get ourselves and our teens to take a break from sc…
 
Dr. Hartman's journey with functional medicine started when he & his wife adopted their first daughter from foster care. She has cerebral palsy & countless dietary issues. They went from specialist to specialist and, even as a physician, he felt let down & confused. His daughter's health struggles forced him to confront an uncomfortable realization…
 
We parents often call the teen years the most difficult stage of raising a kid; they come with everything from backtalk to door slamming, skipping curfews, arguing and emotional outbursts of all kinds. Our teens act out, and it’s tiring and frustrating and it feels like we say one thing and they hear something completely different. Dr. Cameron “Cam…
 
Parents wonder how to reduce anxiety in teens as our teens face more challenges and deal with the impact of those challenges. Isabell Robledo understands this. As a teen mindfulness coach, and a teenager herself, she has a strong grasp of what our children struggle with in this modern world. She discovered tools that help her and learned how to sha…
 
Julie Matthews is a Certified Nutrition Consultant specializing in autism and related disorders for fifteen years. Her dietary guidance is backed by scientific research and applied clinical experience. Her work and award-winning book, Nourishing Hope for Autism, have helped people around the world to make food and nutrition choices that aid the hea…
 
Concepts in math build on each other as they go; if your teen runs into difficulty in algebra, then geometry and algebra 2 and calculus are only going to confuse them further. This is how our kids develop math anxiety, compounding years of failed understanding and struggle through their schooling. Dr. Aditya Nagrath joins Mighty Parenting podcast h…
 
Are you struggling with your teen’s behavior? Do they have skin concerns? Headaches? When kids seem lethargic, unmotivated, squirrelly, inattentive, angry or exhibit other concerning behaviors we don’t think first about food as a solution. Registered dietician Abby Black talks to Mighty Parenting podcast host Sandy Fowler about the role of food in …
 
Aimee Buckley is a veteran public school teacher and founder of Study Help Inc - a tutoring platform that connects top-quality teachers with students who are looking for a better understanding and stronger academic skills. For the first 5 years of her career as a teacher, Aimee taught students with emotional issues due to neglect or trauma and even…
 
Angry outbursts, tears, and difficult behavior can be the hallmark of the teen years. We also see these behaviors in our emotionally sensitive child as they learn to navigate the flood of emotions that overwhelms them. Matis Miller is an expert in dialectic behavior therapy and the author of The Uncontrollable Child. He uses DBT as a base for helpi…
 
Part 2 in a series of conversations on a just D.C., featuring fellows from the Public Interest Design Lab, a partnership between the Goethe-Institut and the DC Public Library. This episode pairs two DC based fellows—Jenn Low, an integrative designer, educator and landscape architect, and Anna McCorvey, an architect and city planner, with guest expe…
 
Money doesn’t buy happiness but not having enough creates problems. Relationships get strained, mental health suffers, and opportunities are limited. But what if our teens could achieve early financial independence? What if they could have enough income to give them more choices about their job or how they spend their time? Dan Sheeks works with te…
 
Carla Atherton is the Director of the Healthy Family Formula and the HFF Practitioner Training Academy, Host and Producer of the Children's Health Summit, Author of Family Health Revolution, Host of the Family Health Revolution Podcast, Empowerment Coach, Holistic Family Health Consultant, and children's health advocate. Spurred on by the love for …
 
The holidays are here and they can be fun, festive, and happy but also stressful, frustrating and sad. There can be a lot of pressure and endless to-do lists that rob us of the joy of the season. Fortunately there are ways to shift things to a more positive experience. Mighty Parenting host Sandy Fowler discusses these shifts with John Sovec. John …
 
We've heard a lot about inclusion recently as it pertains to race and ethnicity. But what about disabilities? What happens when we have kids with disabilities? Genia Stephen is a mom, an advocate, and she has a son with disabilities. Genia joins Mighty Parenting podcast host Sandy Fowler to talk about community, school, home, expectations for our d…
 
Part 1 in a series of conversations on a just D.C., featuring fellows from the Public Interest Design Lab, a partnership between the Goethe-Institut and the DC Public Library. This episode pairs fellow Josef Palermo, an artist, producer, and arts organizer, with guest experts Bryan C. Lee, Architect and Design Justice Advocate, and the Founder/Dire…
 
Madiha M. Saeed, MD, also known as HolisticMom, MD, on social media, is a practicing board-certified family physician in the USA, health influencer, international speaker, and author of The Holistic Rx: Your Guide to Healing Chronic Inflammation and Disease and the children’s functional medicine book series, Adam’s Healing Adventures and to other i…
 
College is widely touted to high school students as "the best four years of your life." And that may very well wind up being true, but those years come with massive changes for our kids that they aren't prepared for--not least of which is the sudden responsibility of entirely managing their own lives without the support and structure they're accust…
 
Alcohol, marijuana and other drugs are prevalent in today’s society. They’re present and easy for kids to access. Regardless of where you live or your economic situation, your child will be exposed. So how can you prepare your teen or young adult to avoid use and abuse? Is it better to let them have some exposure at home, in a safe environment? Wha…
 
In this episode of Secret Passage, we celebrate the mystery, horror, and suspense of spooky stories. Listeners will be on the edge of their seats as theatrical retellings of a monster story, a classic English folktale, and the urban legend the Babysitter come to life.By Labs at DC Public Library, DC Public Library Youth and Family Services
 
You may find yourself wondering about your child’s life path. Maybe your teen is struggling academically, perhaps they have a hard time managing their schoolwork or their life. Or maybe they’re in college and struggling there. Whatever the situation, you just want to give your teen a leg up and send them off with a strong foundation. Virginia Horan…
 
One way to connect with our teens and to give them a sense of stability is to share family history and stories. But what if some of that history is ugly? What if it's painful? Cassandra Lane tackled this in her book We Are Bridges where she tells the story of her grandfather’s lynching. She joins Mighty Parenting podcast host Sandy Fowler for a con…
 
Alex Doman is the founder and CEO of Advanced Brain Technologies, co-founder of Sleep Genius, founder & director of The Movement Program Ltd., and bestselling co-author of Healing at the Speed of Sound®.The third generation in a family of pioneers in the field of child and human brain development, Alex Doman has focused his career on sound, music, …
 
Eating disorders cause children to suffer and bring chaos to families. But what exactly is an eating disorder? What causes them and who develops them? Do you really need to worry about your child having an eating disorder? Can you prevent it? Mighty Parenting podcast host Sandy Fowler explores these and many other questions about eating disorders i…
 
Introduction to Center for Inspired Teaching 'Real World History' Oral History Project Interview with Edith Crutchfield, Center for Inspired Teaching 'Real World History' Oral History Project Interview with Reverend Irene Pierce, Center for Inspired Teaching 'Real World History' Oral History Project Interview with Deacon Clarence Haywood, Center fo…
 
“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” The sentiment is admirable and practical; realistically, you shouldn’t expect to succeed the first time at something you’ve never done before. However, our current cultural pressures regarding success and failure do expect that very thing, and nowhere is that pressure showing more effects than in our…
 
Secret Passage is your podcast portal to stories and storytelling from around the world. Episodes feature reader’s theatre performances that are sure to delight listeners, including children of all ages and their families. In this episode, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with oral storytelling from Colombia, Mexico, and Cuba.…
 
Genia Stephen helps kids with intellectual disabilities build inclusive lives at home, at school and in the community. She is the founder and host of the Good Things In Life For Kids With Disabilities Podcast and manages a community of parents of children with disabilities. Having a younger sister and son with disabilities and medical complexities …
 
Anxiety is increasing and teenagers are feeling the effects. It impacts their happiness, their activities, schoolwork, sleep, and more. As our kids deal with all of this, parents wonder how to reduce anxiety in teens. Do we talk to them about it? Change house rules? Dr. Charlotte Reznick has spent her career working with anxious children and teens.…
 
Jenny learns about the new DC Office for the Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing (ODBH) from activists Brianne Berger and Robb Dooling in honor of the International Week of the Deaf, taking place September 20-26, 2021.By Labs at DC Public Library, DC Public Library Center for Accessibility
 
Parents can do more than they realize to help their teen deal with the roller coaster of emotions that come with the teenage years. As our kids grow and their brains develop, they experience large feelings. Their limited skill set for managing emotions paired with the extra pressure of the pandemic has exacerbated behavioral health issues and incre…
 
Tara Hunkin, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Certified GAPS Practitioner, Restorative Wellness Practitioner, mother and founder of My Child Will Thrive (website and podcast) author and host of the Autism, ADHD and Sensory Processing Disorder Summit. My Child Will Thrive was founded out of the frustration Tara felt when searching for ex…
 
It's becoming more and more common for teens to take a gap year in their secondary educations, and parents often get concerned because of some common misconceptions, including that gap years are excuses to skip school and can be damaging to college prospects. Emma B Perez joins Mighty Parenting podcast host Sandy Fowler to help calm parents’ fears …
 
We all have personal lines in the sand that we sometimes struggle to uphold, especially when they're between us and our kids. Boundaries are a critical part of any relationship, but especially ours with our children, and setting fair boundaries for teens helps strengthen our relationship with them. Conscious parenting coach Lauren Coglianese Keck j…
 
Dr. Brandon Crawford is currently licensed to practice Chiropractic in the USA in the state of Texas and in Dubai Healthcare City in the UAE. Dr. Crawford maintains an active practice in Austin,TX where he sees various types of patients seeking to restore their health. A large part of Dr. Crawford’s practice is focused on helping families who seek …
 
Part of growing up includes learning to push boundaries and develop opinions independent of others’ influences. This gets taken to the extreme during the teenage years. With teens it often seems like one minute they’re small children listening to you about everything and the next minute they’re taller, lankier, and not listening to you at all. Migh…
 
Careers are incredibly variable, and many of our societies are big on kids choosing career paths before they even start secondary education. But how are they supposed to even know where to start? And how can we guide our teens in figuring out how to educate themselves and choose a career without letting our own experiences and preferences influence…
 
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