Displaying episodes 1 - 20 of 20 in total
Susan talks about the struggles of mom-anxiety and shares practical ways to help you navigate life as a mom.
Susan answers your questions on parenting and what to do when your child doesn't want your affection.
Susan and Dr. Elizabeth Bernardino talk about when to consider seeking services for your child from a psychiatrist.
Susan and Carly talk about home life and video game hygiene.
Susan shares how you can ease the transition to a summer schedule for your child.
Susan and Bonnie discuss the importance of the connection between the brain and body.
Susan and Elizabeth Hickman discuss how Rhythmic Movement Therapy (RMT) can develop the nervous system, how RMT is unique to other therapies, and how it works with nat...
Susan sits down with Tracy Turner-Bumberry, Therapist and founder of Seva Counseling in Georgia. They go over 5 practical ways to help a child regulate their emotions.
Susan and Leonor Stjepic discuss how the Montessori Method uses “Freedom Within a Framework” to help children develop confidence and independence.
Susan and Karen dive into Gestalt psychology, the importance of a strong sense of self, how children process grief and much more.
Susan and Angie discuss their book, Worry Wishing Trail, the illustration process, how children's books can be used for therapy, and much more.
Susan and Richard Capriola discuss a list of topics around adolescent substance. Here are a few of the points they touch on: the most popular types of drugs being for...
Dr. Sandy Kruse shares her wisdom regarding ADHD in children, ADHD testing, and indicators to look for if you think your child might have ADHD.
Dr. Lauren Smith defines ADHD, discusses co-occurring issues, different therapy options and more.
In the second of a 2-part series, Carly and Susan discuss how to co-parent through a divorce.
In the first of a 2-part series, Carly and Susan talk about how to explain divorce and separation to children.
Jon and Susan conclude the series with subjects ranging from topic maintenance and the importance of eye contact, to social awareness and self regulation.
Jon Caes outlines how he helps children with ADHD improve academically. Jon covers several tips from teaching children to view their ADHD as a strength, to targeting ...
Susan and Jon explore strategies that can reduce ADHD related stressors in the home and strengthen family relationships.
Join Susan Stutzman, Child Therapist and Founder of Kid Matters Counseling, as she tackles parenting challenges and helps to equip parents with tools to confidently pa...