Dr. Taylor Chesney Psy.D., Director, Feeling Good Institute NYC, Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in TEAM CBT.
Parenting today is more challenging than it has ever been before. We’re raising different children in a different world. We all get stressed, feel anxious, and lose our tempers from time to time. Here, you’ll find tips for how to be a better parent, strategies for parenting with intention and have a happier family.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Mary Miele, MAEd.
Mary Miele, MAEd., Founder, Evolved Education Company, Learning Specialist Learn strategies for caring for yourself when sick, while also parenting your children. Mary shares thoughts about appropriate expectations for remote learning, as well.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Bell Family Company
Bell Family Company & Dana’s Kids Present:Effective Strategies for Ensuring Both You and Your Child Have Downtime During Quarantine
Helpful & Hopeful: Dana Talks About Building Emotional Intelligence
Dana Rosenbloom, M.S. Ed., Founder, Dana’s Kids Learn the basics for building emotional intelligence with children (toddlers-10 years old). Identifying and Understanding that emotions come in different sizes Tools for Managing those emotions and building resiliency, and Strategies to Support your child in the process.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Sarah Bren
Sarah Bren, Clinical Psychologist Hear from a Clinical Psychologist about adult emotional regulation, individually, and with your partner.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Alana Carvalho, LMHC and Sarah Bren, PH.D
Alana Carvalho, LMHC and Sarah Bren, PH.D discuss strategies for addressing separation anxiety (yours and theirs) this Fall.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Caitlin Peterson, MSW, LCSW, CHT
Caitlin Peterson, MSW, LCSW, CHT will help parents identify fears, what is important for your family unit, and ways to keep calm, when making decisions about Fall schooling.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Loren Norman, OT
Loren Norman, OT Learn how you can meet your family’s individual sensory needs to stay calm, organized and regulated without leaving your home.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Dr. Alexandra Barnett Ph.D.
Dr. Alexandra Barnett Ph.D. Dr. Barnett offers tools that promote routine, flexibility, and grounding, and discusses developmental regression you may be seeing. Learn how you can meet your child’s needs to feel a greater sense of connection and control.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Jodi Greebel, MS, RDN of Citrition
Jodi Greebel, MS, RDN, Founder, Citrition, Pediatric Registered Dietitian Jodi talks about how to manage endless snacking and other feeding questions for kids.