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Well, Parenting Your Challenging Child is back on the air for another nine months, and Dr. Greene and his new co-host, Susy, kicked things off by responding to emails from several parents and a parent who called in...all seeking guidance on how to apply the CPS model to their challenging kids. Key theme of the day: though challenging behavior is very concerning and stressful, it's really just a very unpleasant way for a child to communicate that he or she is lacking the skills to handle certain demands and expectations.
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Meet Eric and David -Autism specialists helping families with difficult concerns regarding autism and ASD. Introducing Autism and Quality of Life. Check out the Boys for free advice and guidance.
Dr. Greene's guest on today's program was Dr. Christopher Kaufman, a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist whose 27 years of practice includes over two decades as Lead Psychologist for the Portland (Maine) Public School Department. Dr. Kaufman is also author of Executive Function in the Classroom: Practical Strategies for Improving Performance and Enhancing Skills for All Students. Want to hear about the link between lagging skills and challenging behavior...and about the need for school systems and eveyone else) to focus more on lagging skills than on the behaviors caused by those lagging skills? Listen!
You name it; we are going to talk about it this week! Today’s show will cover everything from food allergies (did you know that over 55% of North Americans test positive to allergies?)and heavy metal toxicity to bio-identical hormones and homeopathy. I will be discussing this and so much more with Beverly Hills MD, Cathie-Ann Lippman who has been practicing environmental and preventive medicine for almost 30 years and who was a medical resource for Suzanne Somers last bestselling book Ageless. This interview is going to be jam packed with information on how you can stay healthy in a challenging world. Have your pen and paper ready!
Dr. Cathie Lippman has practiced Environmental and Preventive Medicine in Beverly Hills for 20 years. Environmental Medicine regards illness as possibly being a result of sensitivities to foods or chemicals or some other aspect of the environment. Dr. Lippman received her M.D. in 1973 from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. After a pediatric internship at LA County-USC Medical Center, she studied Adult and Child Psychiatry at UCLA and was Board Certified in each specialty in 1980. Dr. Lippman became dissatisfied with the limitations of a purely psychiatric focus. She changed her practice from psychiatry to natural alternative medicine in order to address the whole individual. She wants people to feel empowered to do as much as they can for themselves in a safe manner and believes in educating her patients and explaining what is important for their well-being. For more on The Lippman Center, visit: http://www.cathielippmanmd.com
Changes in the behavior of a person with dementia are very common. Understanding why someone is behaving in a particular way may help you with some ideas about how to cope.
Today’s show will share tips and resources to help you thrive in the midst of caring for someone with these challenging behaviors. For more on this relevant and interesting topic, tune in Thursday 8/28 at 5pm (PDT) via any device that connects you to the internet, or call (949) 270-5908. #LifeisaSacredJourney
Every author has been told, again and again, don't respond to negative reviews, don't attack another author, don't badmouth readers for not liking your book. Don't... just don't. Yet, authors, bloggers, and reviewers still get into tiffs that can turn into major ordeals. Maybe it's fun to watch for the bystanders, but what effect is this having on the writing, and especially the indie community? We'll be breaking it down this week on A Special Kind of Crazy, and laying out why antagonistic behavior hurts more than just the jilted author of reviewer.
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Eric and David autism specialist present the concept of togetherness and interdependence by applying the FaceTime inventory tool to Alisha and her families challenges. Learn to successfully negotiate tantrums, and de-escalate problem behaviors. No more focusing on independence, it’s time for families to implement strategies that promote interdependence and roles. Tune in!
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Eric and David (The Behavioral Boys) --autism specialist present the concept of togetherness and interdependence by applying the FaceTime inventory tool to Alisha and her families challenges. Learn to successfully negotiate tantrums, and de-escalate problem behaviors. No more focusing on independence, it’s time for families to implement strategies that promote interdependence and roles. Tune in
In today's episode of GUC we welcome back, Dr. Nicole Kosanke the director of family services at the Center for Motivation and Change.
Previously, Dr. Kosanke was on the show to talk about the book she co-authored titled, Beyond Addiction: How Science And Kindness Help People Change. You can listen to that episode by clicking here.
Dr. Kosanke also visited GUC to discuss CRAFT, an alternative intervention method which teaches families how to encourage the substance user, in their life, to reduce use and enter treatment. You can listen to that episode by clicking here.
But today, Dr. Kosanke is back to give us the low down on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and much more. Think of this episode as your Recovery 101.
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Lots of ground was covered on this last Educators Panel of the current school year, including how to prove to kids and adults that we're taking challenging behavior seriously...and whether Plan B does the job.
If you are a Mandarin speaker seeking to improve your English or if you are an English speaker seeking to improve your Mandarin, you will find help with your language skills on our show. In addition, you will find HOPE and help to meet the challenges of life. Join us as internationally known speaker Derek Prince discusses confidence and behavior. Thank you for joining us, dear friends. Please contact us with questions or comments.
Shalom everyone. Had to take me a well deserved vacation but I'm back now and in light of the numerous killings of Black youths this year alone, I want to address the generational cycle of Black (inappropiate behavior) when acts of violence and terrorism are carried out by the dominate races. Because they have made themselves Law and Enforcer and made it very clear to we and especially Black African American men that from the time they showed up that he/we would be their permanent enemies. Sometimes even I'm at a lost for words to describe why we refuse to see our relatiobship with those called white for what it truly is. We consistantly under react when murders against our people occurr and our counter strategies and responses to unquestionable economic injustices, torture, imprisonment ect.. is always met with what Dr. Claude Anderson defines as inappropiate behavior. So many of we have served in the US military and fought in American wars, we died for this countries false presentation of freedom and equality and yet when it is time for we to fight our own WAR of racially integrity and equality right here in America we yell, we riot, we march and light candles but after a few days we swallow our grief and our anger as if it was a Xtra large 7 Eleven slurpee and we go right back to the NORMAL life of being the despised and the oppressed. smdh I just don't get it. Some have described this condition as Stockholm Syndrome which to me is to soft and nice sounding for what is really WRONG with us. Join me as I play clips of some of the most aggregioous and heinous murders and deaths of young Black Americans that to date their deaths like, E Till go with no hint of Justice in sight because we fail to offer the appropiate responses in the face of the inappropiate conduct of others.
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