RAD Parenting Podcast
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (Supervisor) Tracey Turner MA. NC-MHCS BC-DMT, shares over 35 years of experience, insights, tips and strategies for families. Dr. Tracey specializes in working with patients diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder, (also known as RAD) and complex trauma along with PTSD.
Welcome to the podcast!
This show is intended to help people who care for children diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder.
The hostess, Tracey Turner MA. NC-MHCS BC-DMT, has 35 years of experience in helping biological, legal guardian, step, foster and adoptive families with difficult or challenging children to understand and transform dysfunctional behaviors, so they may experience joy in their lives and peace in their family relationships.
Episodes feature helpful tips about RAD, how to handle the children, and conversations with other parents and caretakers of RAD children.
What To Do When Your Child Refuses To Do Things Your Way You’ve asked your child to do something, but they just absolutely refuse to do things your way. Does this happen more often than not? As a parent, […]LISTEN NOW
Handling the Holidays with a RAD Child As a parent of a RAD (Reactive Attachment Disorder) child, it is no surprise to feel overwhelmed during the holiday season as you plan time with extended family. What do you tell […]LISTEN NOW
Bullying Prevention and Depression Awareness Children to bullying others are not feeling good about themselves, maybe sarcastic, have passive/aggressive behaviors. They usually pick on kids who have traits that they feel they are lacking and may be jealous of […]LISTEN NOW
Quick tip on Shame Symptoms of a child experiencing shame vs guilt are discussed. Parent communication tools and effective responses for helping a child are covered. Connect with Tracey: Visit https://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com/getting-started/ for more information or to schedule a consultation […]LISTEN NOW
Shame Versus Guilt Moving kids from destructive and shameful thinking into a more temporal and opportunistic feelings of guilt attached to specific actions, not to their entire person. Connect with Tracey: Visit https://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com/getting-started/ for more information or to schedule […]LISTEN NOW
Coping with Complex Trauma in Families A great explanation of the varying types of trauma. Connect with Tracey: Visit https://www.fullcirclefamilycounseling.com/getting-started/ for more information or to schedule a consultation LinkedIn: Tracey Turner-Keyser Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fullcirclefamilycounseling/ **The information and advice given […]LISTEN NOW
PTSD’s Effect on Family Life Typical symptoms and challenges of PTSD are discussed and the need for increasing coping skills, reframing and creating new narrative, restoration and the development of support systems for the entire family. Connect with Tracey: […]LISTEN NOW
Benefits of Respite Care Very good information for caregivers and parents who sometimes get too caught up in their child’s issues that they aren’t able to take proper care of themselves. Parents / caregivers need reminding that its okay […]LISTEN NOW
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Adverse childhood events, developmental complex trauma, attention deficit disorder, sensory integration, difficulties, fetal alcohol syndrome, and anxiety and depression are many times, symptoms of reactive attachment disorder! Before all else fails, please reach out because your child will not outgrow their complex trauma. So, the sooner you come in for help the better off, you will all be.