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Strong Sitting: Parent Interview [Episode 008]

 

Hey Listeners,

Have a listen to this parent’s strong sitting experience and her testimonial of what an awesome tool this is to have in the tool bag. After you listen head on over to the “Video” tab to watch Strong Sitting in action courtesy of my grand-daughter who nailed it after a weekend at Grandmas Summer Camp.

Just a reminder parents, when adding this little gem to the parenting tool bag be patient and consistent in your use of the tool. Remember this is an opportunity for kids to collect themselves, calm down their nervous-system and reflect before acting, it is not a punishment. Take a deep breath and check out the Yoga video as well and treat yourself to short yoga practice.

To add more tips to your bag sign up for the next parenting class. Let us know if you would like to tune in virtually and we will work on making it happen. Stay tuned for the next episode where we discuss with Neuroscientist Dr. David Keyser, what happens to the brain during strong sitting.

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If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

Email us with your questions at fcfcradpodcast@gmail.com so that we can answer them on the show.

Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

 

 

 

 

Parent Training & Strong Sitting [Tip 008]

Hey There and Welcome to Fall!

We are back in action and by now, I’m sure you all are fried with school, new commitments and all of the Fall transitions that you are moving through. In this tip of the week I want to share one of my favorite and most effective tools for moving through all of your day to day transitions. This tool works great with your everyday  kid and those with complex trauma.

To see a hands on demo of this tool check out our latest video ‘Strong Sitting Demo’ on the video tab or on Youtube:https://youtu.be/e63_kD1d2Wo

In your spare time be sure to check out this article from UNC’s Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute that highlights the importance of parent training when dealing with kids with ADD. Solid parental training is an invaluable and empowering tool set that every parent/caregiver/guardian should have access to when rearing kids. Thank goodness, science is finally catching up!!

Research article: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/10/171003093936.htm

For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

Email us with your questions at fcfcradpodcast@gmail.com so that we can answer them on the show.

Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

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2017 Fall Podcast Series

 

We’re back for just in time for Fall. We have an exciting new series covering all things Fall, school related and preparing for the holidays. Stay tuned!!

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Much Gratitude and Happy Fall!!

Shame vs Guilt Parent Conversations [Episode 007]

Enjoy a parents discussion on shame versus guilt and why it is so crucial to move kids out of shame and into guilt. Have you paper and pens ready there is some great insight here that you don’t want to miss.

For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

Email us with your questions at fcfcradpodcast@gmail.com so that we can answer them on the show.

Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

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Shame vs Guilt [Tip 007]

 

Hey there,

Here is a tip focused on recognizing the difference between Shame versus Guilt. We will chat about the importance of guilt and how to move your RAD child from feeling shame into feeling a guilty and why that is a good thing.

For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

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Recognizing a RAD Child Part 2 [Episode 006]

 

It’s that time again where we have the opportunity to listen to one mom’s struggle to get a clear RAD diagnosis and her journey towards gaining control of her RAD child and bringing peace back into her family.

For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

Recognizing a RAD Child Part 2 [Tip 006]

 

Hey there listeners,

In this quick and dirty tip we will discuss a few more signs for recognizing that you have a RAD child. Stay tuned for this week’s full length episode as we hear one mothers journey of how she identified her RAD child and the impacts of RAD on her family.

For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

Why A RAD Intensive Part 2 [Episode 005]

 

Welcome Back Folks.This week we are picking up where we left of in our two part series of “Why A RAD Intensive.” If you have not had a chance to listen to the first episode in this two part series, head over to Episode 004 “Why A RAD Intensive Part 1“.

For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

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Why a RAD Intensive Part 2 [Tip 005]

In this episode we talk about  tips on when an intensive is needed:

1) When traditional therapy is not working – in fact your child is getting worse.

2) When everyone including the child’s therapist is doubting you as a parent and the child is taking over your life.

3)  You begin to be isolated from your friends, family and maybe even your spouse.

4)  When you feel you can not take your eyes off your child, you do not trust your child by themselves with others.

With an intensive you feel begin to be put back in charge of your life and child !  All and individually a great reason to travel and come in for an intensive.

For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

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Why a RAD Intensive Part 1 [Episode 004]

 

Welcome Back Folks for another episode of the RAD Parenting Podcast. This week we are diving into what an intensive is, why it is necessary and how it provides parents with new tools for parenting, respite and a safe container to work on the parent to parent and parent to child relationship. I am joined by a dear friend and colleague Kelly who runs intensives in her practice. This is a two part series and over the course of the next 2 weeks we will touch on why an intensive is necessary and much more. Stay tuned!!

For more tips, tricks and access to upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter on our website:

http://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com 

If you have found the information in this podcast useful consider donating a few bucks to the podcast/coffee and tea fund using the following link https://www.paypal.me/traceyturnerkeyser

Much Gratitude to the folks at Love & Logic, Nancy Thomas and many more for their work with RAD children and families.

Theme Music credit: Scott Holmes

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