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Supporting differently wired children can be both rewarding and challenging! Holly Blanc Moses, everyone's favorite behavior expert, shares her strategies to help children diagnosed with Autism and ADHD. If you want to learn how to effectively improve behavior, emotional health, social skills and academic performance, this podcast is for you.
 
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When is the last time you gave yourself permission? Permission to - Rest Speak your mind Feel sad Take a breath Say, "No" Be still The truth is that we rarely give ourselves permission but that's about to change. Hayden and I talk about the importance of permission and how to start your first slip xx, Holly - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Learn …
 
Remote, in-person learning, and asynchronous days - It's overwhelming for students, parents, and teachers! Cassie Frost joins us today with 8 ways to help children with Autism and ADHD successfully transition. Don't miss this episode! xx, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT HOLLY LEARN MORE ABOUT CASSIE AND DISRUPT…
 
Divorce can be more common in differently wired families. Teri Houghton joins me today to talk about a sensitive subject - divorce and co-parenting. We discuss time, energy, balancing needs, different parenting styles, and what you can and can't control. Hugs, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN ABOUT HOLLY Contact Teri - tbp…
 
Open and healthy communication between parents, students, and educators is an absolute game-changer. Don't miss this important episode! Delma Suber, an Advocate, joins me today to talk about 3 Simple Ways to Improve Communication Between Home and School. xx, Holly - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT EMPOWERED FAMILIES LEARN MORE ABO…
 
Ryan Lee is an autistic advocate, speaker, and author. Today, he's joining us to talk about five important ways to take on 2021. We chat about how children, parents, and professionals can - find support, feel less overwhelmed, and be more confident. Don't miss this important episode! LEARN MORE ABOUT RYAN LEARN MORE ABOUT HOLLY GET YOUR SOCIAL SKIL…
 
Over the last 23 years, I’ve heard from parents, teachers, and other therapists about how lying can be difficult to address. In this podcast episode, I talk about the number one reason why differently wired children lie and simple strategies that can make a big difference. XX, Holly Blanc MosesThe Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT HOLLY…
 
Remote learning can be a miracle or a dumpster fire! Can I get an Amen? Ask any child, parent, teacher, or child therapist about remote learning and you'll get lots of different answers. Some differently wired children are flourishing. A sensory-friendly environment Less anxiety More breaks Less opportunity for difficult social interactions and mor…
 
Meet Maria Davis-Pierre, the Founder and CEO of Autism in Black Inc. She is a licensed mental health therapist, coach, speaker, advocate, and author. She is also the mother of a daughter with Autism. Maria educates us on her journey as a black parent and how that has impacted her daughter's evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment. She and I talk about…
 
Dr. Amanda Seavey and I are back with the rest of your assertiveness rights. If you want a more peaceful and authentic life, you'll want to jump into this episode right away! Learn how to stand up for yourself, set healthy boundaries, understand how much you can give, and teach your child, student, or client to understand and communicate their need…
 
What if you gave yourself permission to communicate in an effective and efficient way that was both direct and respectful? What if this new way of confidently communicating led you to a happier and healthier life? I can't wait for you to hear this episode! Not only will you gain amazing insight but it will also help you better support differently w…
 
Sometimes finding friends can feel overwhelming for differently wired children. Many children are misunderstood and have been treated poorly by their peers. Social rejection can lead to avoidance of social interaction. Today, we are talking about how to help differently wired children find friends by reducing risk and increasing success. LEARN MORE…
 
Oh! The dreaded "shoulds" You know - those uncomfortable thoughts that keep popping back up and tend to stick around. All of us experience thoughts like this BUT the good news is that they don't have to feel so heavy. Join Dr. Claire Nicogossian and me as we breakdown how to identify, understand, and break free of the thoughts that tear us down and…
 
How exciting! Join Dr. Emily King and I as we talk about the AMAZING Autism Summit. It all starts on Tuesday, October 13th:) Don't miss this opportunity to learn from Dr. Temple Grandin, Dr. Ross Greene, Dr. Mona Delahooke, Ryan Lee, and more! REGISTER TODAY! See you at The Autism Summit! Hugs, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It G…
 
Ready to keep it real? PERFECT! We are jumping into it all - The funny stuff The overwhelm The good, the bad and the ugly, and How to keep it together when you don't want to hear one more word about Charizard from Pokemon! Join Kristin Cook, Alexandria Bergman and I as we cover topics such as- Asking for and accepting help Managing your emotions Ac…
 
It’s time for school again! It’s more important than ever to have great communication between school and home- especially when it comes to virtual learning. In this episode, we are talking about my FREE "Get to Know my Child Sheet". It’s a simple, one-page fillable pdf that can help your child, client, or patient transition more easily into school.…
 
Do you find yourself thinking he or she “should be able to”, “has to” or “needs to”? When there is a gap between your expectation and what the child actually does, you may find yourself experiencing feelings of anxiety, frustration, or even anger. So, what's the answer? A great start is to listen to this important episode and crush unhelpful expect…
 
Many parents and teachers are feeling anxious about how to provide education to our children while keeping them safe. Alexandria Bergman, Master IEP Coach, and I talk about not only the factors to consider for education during this strange time but also some possible solutions. Love to you all, Holly - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE AB…
 
We always want to make sure that Differently wired children are supported in the best and most effective ways so it’s important to evaluate their current support package at least every few months. This episode covers the 3 steps you need to know. Take care, Holly Blanc Moses, The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT HOLLY Get the FREE Soci…
 
All of us have an idea about how we want to show up for- Our kids Our family Our friends Our clients Our colleagues Here's the thing- We aren't always able to show up how we want because we are all human. In this podcast, Holly Yates and I talk about how to show up the way you want more often by- Identifying your values Having more compassion for y…
 
Being a differently wired child is hard. Really hard. In my private practice, I often hear "I can't do anything right", "I always mess up" and "No one cares". They often go through life thinking they're "wrong" and "bad". Let's dedicate ourselves to build them up instead of breaking them down. Let's recognize their strengths and nurture their gifts…
 
Many differently wired children grow up feeling like what they want or need doesn't matter. Let's change that! But how? A step in the right direction is self-advocacy:) Teaching them to advocate for themselves has many benefits, including improving self-awareness, decreasing depression, and anxiety, promoting communication, building community resou…
 
I'll be honest, my husband and I don't have special financial accounts or trusts set up for our differently wired children. Life gets busy! All of a sudden, our boys are 10 and 15. Where did the time go? I didn't have the answer to the questions -What happens after we're gone? How will they live? How will they pay the bills? I don't want my sister …
 
It's important that Differently Wired children stay connected during social distancing. Keeping them virtually connected can help them transition back into school and their communities. In this powerful podcast, I cover the HOW, WHAT, WHO, and the EXIT STRATEGY- the ingredients you need to set up a child for a successful virtual interaction. Come o…
 
If you are a parent or professional during COVID-19, you are probably trying to balance all the things. I know I was. Well, I'm taking this opportunity to realize that I can't do it all - A painful but important life lesson. It's easy to get overwhelmed with work, the kids, and all the expectations that come with this journey. Take 6 minutes and LI…
 
IEPs are already difficult. COVID-19 has made them even more complicated. Raven Woods, IEP Specialist, and I are jumping in to cover the 4 main things you need to know if you're a parent or professional supporting differently wired children. We are specifically addressing communication, the school's obligations, documentation and extended school ye…
 
Friendships, academics, and challenging behavior can feel overwhelming for differently wired children. Gathering education for the Autistic Community is essential to our understanding. You don't want to miss this important podcast where Eric and I dive deep into these important topics. Hugs, Holly - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT…
 
Are you a parent or professional of differently wired children? We NEED to understand anxiety in differently wired children. Anxiety is more likely to occur in children diagnosed with Autism and/or ADHD. It can also be mistaken for challenging behavior. Anxiety is so powerful that it can actually outweigh rewards and significantly impact social int…
 
All of us make mistakes. But here's the thing - Our differently wired children, clients, students- can feel like everything they do is wrong. UGH! Today Ally and I are chatting about 5 tips to help differently wired children embrace mistakes. MAKE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE! LEARN MORE ABOUT HOLLY LEARN MORE ABOUT ALLY…
 
It takes a lot of daily energy to raise a differently wired child. Sometimes we just get through the next moment. However, it's also important to think about the future. What do you think your child's future looks like? How can you start setting them up for success now? Check out this AMAZING podcast episode where Rose Reif and I talk about the 3 t…
 
We are jumping into Parent Shaming - a not so easy topic. Often times people don't understand and will make assumptions such as the child is "bad" or it must be "bad parenting". Yikes! Mercedes Samudio and I talk about identifying parent shaming and what to do about it in this important episode. Learn more about Holly Moses Learn more about Mercede…
 
We challenge our kids, students, and clients to make friends and build their supports. Well...It's time to challenge yourself and build your own support system! Tiffany Long and I chat about the steps to take in order for YOU to find YOUR PEOPLE. Learn more about Holly Blanc Moses, The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Contact Tiffany Long on how to cre…
 
Sometimes the idea of self-care feels a million miles away. Thoughts like - I don't have time, I'd feel bad spending time away or I don't have the money can creep in. The exciting thing is that self-care doesn't have to mean an expensive spa day! Listen to this amazing podcast where Penny Williams and I break down MUST DO strategies for you to feel…
 
Want to learn how nutrition can help improve common challenges such as sleep, behavior, focus and gastrointestinal problems? Dr. David Katz and I dive into this important topic! Hugs, Holly Blanc Moses The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Learn about Dr. Katz Learn about Holly Blanc Moses Podcast mentions Deceptively Delicious Think Dirty…
 
In last week's episode, we identified general stressors and "hot buttons" that contribute to impulsive parenting. This week, we dive into developing a powerful parenting pre-plan. The pre-plan not only helps parents pause before reacting but also greatly improves the parent-child relationship. AND-MAKE SURE to grab your FREE Responsive Parenting Gu…
 
Whether you are a parent or professional, you will LOVE to learn how to be more responsive and less reactive! In this episode, Responsive Parenting, Part 1 - we identify general stressors and triggers that negatively impact parent-child interactions. Oh! Don't forget to get your FREE Responsive Parenting Guide. CLICK HERE! See you next time for Par…
 
Learning can feel very challenging for differently wired children. They may show differences in processing speed, visual processing, working memory, auditory processing, reading comprehension, attention and more... In today's podcast, Jennifer Huntington and I talk about games and toys that can help build cognitive skills. You can also get the FREE…
 
All of us have an idea about how we want to show up for- Our kids Our family Our friends Our clients Our colleagues Here's the thing- We aren't always able to show up how we want because we are all human. In this podcast, Holly Yates and I talk about how to show up the way you want more often by- Identifying your values Having more compassion for y…
 
Differently wired children are much more likely to experience sexual abuse. Parents, teachers, and therapists need to be aware of effective educational strategies to prevent sexual victimization. LISTEN NOW for valuable information- Identifying personal boundaries Communicating feelings of discomfort Understanding when to ask for help Want more pow…
 
Have you ever heard, "I'm bored!" or "There's nothing to do!"? Do you feel like your child or client may not be capable of entertaining themselves? Well, they may be a Never Leaves You Alone Player. On the other hand, they may spend most of their time away from others and it's hard to get them to participate in something else. They may be a Blissfu…
 
Why is it important to understand anxiety in differently wired children? Because anxiety can- be mistaken for challenging behavior. outweigh rewards. contribute to depression. impact social interactions. stem from an overwhelming environment. come from difficulty communicating needs. impact academic performance. This podcast will address- signs of …
 
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