Working Mother Radio
Modern Parenting | FULL SHOW | #10108/31/15
How we define "family" is changing rapidly. We take a look at new parenting strategies to foster acceptance, respect, and whole-brain growth in your children with Dr. Gail Saltz and Dr. Daniel J. Siegel. Segment 1: Defining Family What makes a modern,...
Defining Family | SEGMENT 1 | #101
What makes a modern, American family? The landscape has changed. We discuss how households have moved from tolerance to acceptance in today's "traditional" family with renowned psychiatrist, Dr. Gail Saltz (@DrGailSaltz).
Latch Key Kids | SEGMENT 2 | #101
Many families rely on dual-incomes to support their family financially, but how do your children feel about having both parents away at work? Listen in to this interview with Dr. Gail Saltz (@DrGailSaltz) for insights.
Family Customs | SEGMENT 3 | #101
No strong traditions in your blended family? Create new ones! Dr. Gail Saltz (@DrGailSaltz) shares key ingredients to make magical memories and build a strong family identity.
Whole-Brain Parenting | SEGMENT 4 | #101
Is your behavior impairing your child's brain development? Co-author of "The Whole-Brain Child Workbook", Dr. Daniel J. Siegel (@DrDanSiegel) offers strategies to support healthy brain growth (and behaviors to avoid) to help your child thrive.
Integrated Children | SEGMENT 5 | #101
Connect and redirect: Dr. Daniel J. Siegel (@DrDanSiegel) says this parenting move can help you mitigate a temper tantrum even when it's in full swing. Learn more.
Growing Up | SEGMENT 6 | #101
Remember, the way you parent should evolve as your child ages. We continue our discussion on helping your child achieve integration or harmony with Dr. Daniel J. Siegel (@DrDanSiegel).
Healthy Habits Start Now | FULL SHOW | #100
From recipes for a balanced diet to combating drug use: this episode is your roadmap to instill healthy habits in your children. Don't miss expert culinary tips from Iron Chef America judge, Donatella Arpaia. Segment 1: Health Food Struggle Are you...
Health Food Struggle | SEGMENT 1 | #100
Are you struggling to get your children to eat healthy foods instead of junky snacks? Don't give up! Iron Chef America's Donatella Arpaia (@donatellaarpaia) says step #1 is to retrain their young palettes. Find out how.
More Peas, Please | SEGMENT 2 | #100
Celebrity chef Donatella Arpaia (@donatellaarpaia) has partnered with Libby's to make vegetables more approachable for kids. Donatella shares some back-to-school lunch box tips to make sure your young one has a healthy, balanced diet.
Be Prepared | SEGMENT 3 | #100
The war on junk food starts early! Iron Chef America judge, Donatella Arpaia (@donatellaarpaia), suggests planning meals ahead and doing batch cooking so you're not tempted to grab pre-packaged junk. Get more tips for healthy eating. Listen now.
#MigraineAwarenessMonth | SEGMENT 4 | #100
Do you suffer from migraines? You're not alone. 3.2 million Americans endure chronic migraines. Find out when you should seek medical attention with Manhattan Headache Center Medical Director, Dr. Susan Broner.
Drug Use and Kids | SEGMENT 5 | #100
Is your child experimenting with drugs? It's a concern for many moms as we head into a new school year. Sedona Holistic Medical Centre Founders and authors of "Addicted Kids", doctors Ronald and Cherie Santasiero share how to spot the warning signs.
Drug Prevention | SEGMENT 6 | #100
Talking to your children about the hazards of drug use is uncomfortable, but necessary. Doctors Ronald and Cherie Santasiero offer advice to ensure you have a frank and open discussion with your kids.
Teach Kids Through Play | FULL SHOW | #99
Unstructured play and chores may be more beneficial than structured activities for your growing child. Get back to basics with Dr. Richard Rende (@richardrendephd). Then, Barbara Brandt (@yourkidscooking) has an ingenious way to inspire healthy eating...
Fast Times | SEGMENT 1 | #99
It's a complicated time to be a parent. Ditch the technology and get back to basics. Developmental psychologist and author of "Raising Can-Do Kids", Richard Rende (@richardrendephd), explains why unstructured, pretend play fosters learning.
Play to Learn | SEGMENT 2 | #99
Are you over-scheduling your kids? Unstructured play will help your young ones develop a template for innovation according to developmental psychologist, Richard Rende (@richardrendephd). Find out why.
Skill Set | SEGMENT 3 | #99
Having interdisciplinary skills as a child makes for a more creative and flexible adult. Developmental psychologist, Richard Rende (@richardrendephd), shares why you should let kids be "samplers" not specialists to avoid burning them out.
Important Lessons | SEGMENT 4 | #99
Is doing chores more important than extracurricular activities? Dr. Richard Rende (@richardrendephd) sounds off. Plus, learn how to re-frame failure to build future success.
Get Cooking | SEGMENT 5 | #99
Do you want to teach your children healthy eating habits? Get them in the kitchen! Author of "Your Kids: Cooking!" Barbara Brandt (@yourkidscooking) offers tips to make cooking engaging.
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