Raising Parents: The Parenting Science podcast
Each topic addresses an element from the comprehensive framework of several domains and elements created by the Center for Parenting Science.
In this episode of Raising Parents: The Parenting Science Podcast, host Dina Sargeant is joined by Shelley Kemmerer to talk about the importance of parental self-care. Following her post-graduate certification from The Training Institute of Parental Burnout, Shelley actively collaborates with other professional parental mental health advocates to increase awareness of sustainable burnout prevention for both parents and caregivers.
In this episode of Raising Parents: The Parenting Science Insights Podcast, host Dina Sargeant is joined by Rosina McAlpine, an author, parenting expert, and CEO of Win Win Parenting, and most importantly, a mother of her most beloved son. This episode started with Rosina sharing her practice of body positivity. Furthermore, she shared some misconceptions about body image that can be encouraged in our children, and also the best way that parents can do to help children build positive body image.
In this episode of Raising Parents: The Parenting Science Insights Podcast, host Dina Sargeant is joined by Elisabeth Stitt, an author, award-winning parent educator, coach, and retired school teacher. In this podcast, they talk about how parents should listen to and understand their teenage children and how to deal with their behavior in their adolescent period to reduce parent and teen conflict. While discussing the proper conversation with an adolescent, Dina and Elisabeth roleplay a common scenario amongst teenagers and how to manage the situation using the principles discussed.
On this episode of Raising Parents: The Parenting Science Insights Podcast, host Dina Sargeant is joined by Dr. Janice Johnson Dias who brings us expert knowledge about the impact of positive discipline on children’s development. Dr. Janice holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from Temple University with a specialization in urban and political sociology. Her funded research focuses on mothers and children and has been published in top-ranking policy and social science journals. She is a tenured associate professor of sociology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and president of the GrassROOTS Community Foundation.