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Brooklyn Parent Therapy Media List

Media I’ve Contributed To

Here is a list of all sorts of things I’ve contributed to on a variety of topics.  Articles Blood and Milk – Helping Your Other Children Cope in the Wake of a Miscarriage  Brownicity – A Diversity of Dolls Can Help Children Learn to Be Antiracist Choosing Therapy – Permissive Parenting: Definition, Characteristics, & Effectiveness …

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A Stitch in Time Saves Nine: Relational Repair After Parent-Child Conflicts

“Every time you slow down and respond instead of reacting, it’s like you’re sewing a stitch in the fabric of your relationship with your child.” – A parent Without even meaning to, not only did this parent aptly describe the practice of parenting with mindfulness and intention, but also the relationship resilience that can develop …

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Turn Your Parenting Reactions Into Parenting Responses

Turn Your Parenting REACTIONS Into Parenting RESPONSES In 4 Steps

Want to overcome your parenting triggers? Maybe you need to learn how to put the brakes on your unhelpful automatic reactions and choose intentional responses instead. A cornerstone of respectful parenting is mindful communication. In this video I’ll share 4 steps that will help you regain your equilibrium when you’re triggered by a conflict with …

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From Conflict to Connection in 4 Steps

From Conflict to Connection in 4 Steps: Cheat Sheet!

After recording my last video about turning parenting reactions into parenting responses, I was asked for more clarification. So I put together a handy cheat sheet. Post it on the fridge and you’ll have lifeline when the sh*t starts to hit the fan. When conflict arises between parents and children, parents sometimes try to grit …

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Be the Container Your Child Needs: The Importance of ‘Surviving’ Your Child’s Intense Behaviors

A child’s job is to resist, assert their autonomy and push against boundaries in order to learn about their own power. A parent’s job is to survive them doing this – in all the forms it takes. When their nervous system is in fight/flight mode, sometimes it takes the form of intense or explosive expression …

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