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Your host, Natalie Hartney is a Bad Childhood survivor and thriver, and a licensed professional counselor in private practice. Her stories are hardly exclusive to her, and she hopes that by talking about her bad childhood, she makes it easier for others to talk about theirs! With each episode you will hear therapeutic lessons and insights usually reserved for the session space. And, while she is a therapist, this is a no guru zone! No yoga matts or health food required. A new episode will dr ...
 
Childhood Cancer Talk Radio promotes Awareness of this very real and prevalent affliction, providing a forum for conversation and advocacy in a growing community of affected families, de-mystification of the experience with personal stories, information and resources. Let us be your voice. We aim to help people connect and support one another, and be a voice for prioritizing our children in cancer research.
 
Early childhood educators - Spencer and Lucy - discuss children, how they develop, and how teachers and guardians can support them in the hard work it takes to learn and grow! Sometimes, supporting children can get lonely and frustrating, so we are also here to help you find the fun in it!Music:"Wholesome" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
 
How do we navigate childhood in a century that we have never experienced ever before? How do we parent children, when they are managing obstacles we do not even understand? Gritty Growing Up focuses on those topics and conversations that you know you need to have, but sometimes do not know where to start. From mental health to exams, consent to social behaviours, grab a cup of tea and let's talk mental health together.
 
Can children learn by playing? Of course they can! Listen in on this podcast brought to you by Kide Science to hear from some of the world's leading experts on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) and Early Childhood Education! Kide Science is research backed, and we are developed by teachers, for teachers.
 
Do you want to reduce the psychological and emotional effects of parental separation on your child? You're in the right place! I'm Nicole Lupushansky - Podcast Host, Co Parenting, Parallel Parenting and Divorce Coach. My journey of creating the happiest childhood possible for my children inspires my passion to help you do the same. Here, you'll find ways to help you, no matter where you are on your co-parenting or parallel (shall we say) parenting journey... starting with my podcast, Two Hom ...
 
Childhood Ruined is a weekly (in theory) podcast hosted by a licensed psychologist, Michael Mallen, Ph.D., and a soon-to-be, certified school counselor, Chris Benefield, M.A. As two nerds on the north side of age 40, Chris and Mike talk about the things that made childhood in the 80s and 90s great - and how hobbies have changed over time.
 
This book contains verse for young and old. It is full of fantastic stories, breathtaking images, and brilliant rhymes. Including classics from "The Duel" to "The Delectable Ballad of Walter Lot," the author, a devout Christian, keeps his religious overtones to a minimum. When listening, please keep in mind that the text was originally written in the 1800s. -- Summary by Squid Varilekova
 
The ChildHood Drama podcast was made by content creator Megan Albright about her childHOOD, life experiences, relationships, sex stories, drama, trauma, school, and much more. I've lived it, seen it and now I share it! You are welcome to watch my videos on YouTube (Megan Albright) if you prefer visuals and also follow me on social media @imeganalbright for some extra tea:)
 
Childhood, published in 1852, is the first novel in Leo Tolstoy’s autobiographical trilogy, which also includes Boyhood, and Youth. Published when Tolstoy was twenty-three, the book gained immediate notice among Russian writers including Ivan Turgenev, and heralded the young Tolstoy as a major figure in Russian letters. Childhood is an expressionist exploration of the internal life of a young boy, Nikolenka, and was a new form in Russian writing, mixing fact, fiction and emotions to render t ...
 
Kate Brennan Harding and Orla Vaughan met at the kitchen table for a personal, gentle, and important conversation about childhood sexual abuse and how we all can change the world for survivors. In series One, Kate starts a journey into her own childhood trauma. Revisiting how Kate disclosed her abuse, the impact of that at age 11 and as the series draws to a close, Kate also receives her files from St Louise's Unit in Crumlin children's hospital Dublin. This podcast is about finding your voi ...
 
Hi, Chanel here. Tiffy and I call each other every day and have found that our conversations comfort each other and always stray back to our nutty childhoods. One day, Tiffany shipped me a microphone and told me to write down a list of memories that we’d only share once recording. And so, this little podcast was born. Will you learn scientific facts? NOPE. Is any of it backed by psychological research? NEEOOTTTT AT ALL. Is it deep? NATTA REELEEE. Are you going to be confused who’s talking be ...
 
This show is for survivors, by survivors. Each week I'm joined by an inspiring individual who has overcome a traumatic childhood to go on to not only survive, but thrive. Sharing their story to help inspire you to overcome the lasting effects of your childhood trauma. You will find that you are not alone in what you are going through, and that no matter how difficult things are now, there is always hope that you can transcend your past and live the life you were meant to live.
 
Since this series of books is intended for all young people from one to one hundred, it opens with about eighty of the old MOTHER GOOSE RHYMES. Nothing better was ever invented to tell to little folks who are young enough for lullabies. Their rhythm, their humor, and their pith will always cause us to prize them as the Babies’ Classics. Editors: Hamilton Wright Mabie, Edward Everett Hale, William Byron Forbush.(Gutenberg Text)
 
Join host and a First Things First Champion for Young Children recipient, Marissa Calderón as she captures the journey of educators and advocates alike by highlighting their work through interviews and candid conversations, including best practices in the early education field. A practical listen and brain nugget for the early education practitioner, child advocate, parent and community alike. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
If you've heard and loved that delightful nursery rhyme/lullaby, Wynken Blynken and Nod you'd certainly enjoy browsing through its creator Eugene Field's Love Songs of Childhood. The volume contains some forty or more poems for children, which are ideal for read aloud sessions with young folks. Parents will certainly enjoy reading them too. Most of these poems have been set to music and are ideal for family sing-alongs too. Eugene Field was a gifted humorist as well as being a talented child ...
 
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Eating disorders are complex mental health issues, unique to the individual. Join Dandelion as we meet with Abi, who shares her recovery journey with you to help increase your understanding of eating disorders, treatment and supporting your child in the most effective way. Find me over on my website here: https://dandeliontraininganddevelopment.com…
 
Welcome to Bad Childhood, the 30 minute podcast where bad childhoods are the norm. I will share personal stories, then offer a glimpse into therapy by sharing, "Things Therapists Know", and leaving you with an activity to help you manage and grow through your own bad childhood stuff! This week's episode focuses on some dynamics around talking about…
 
To continue our discussion about Getting Help for Young Children, we brought in Erin Williams-Stroh to talk about how it looks as the child grows. Erin is a super passionate Self Contained Autism Teacher for 2-5th grade students in PWCS. She has a Bachelors in Multidisciplinary Studies (Elementary Ed.) and a Masters in Special Education from Marymo…
 
Welcome back to the podcast celebrating growing up as a child in 1970's Britain and the central part that television played in our lives then. In this episode, our host Oliver wonders whether our society is more materialistic than in the 1970's and uses television schedules to compare and contrast. From Homes Under the Hammer, Cash in the Attic and…
 
In this Two Homes, One Happy Childhood podcast, I'm excited to interview Roxi Gabriela as a solo parent and fitness coach. Her journey to fitness is admiral, inspiring and extremely informative to you as a solo parent. Roxi shares how to figure out the balancing act of being a mom and taking care of yourself. She explains how the neuro, brain and p…
 
We all want to be good people, but what makes a person good? And how can we use play based learning to create a better society? This podcast is brought to you by Kide Science. Sign up for our newsletter here! View our blog posts, including the post and transcript accompanying this episode here! "Kide Science is a research-backed, play-based STEAM e…
 
1Voice Foundation, based in Brandon, Florida has been innovating and implementing helpful programs for children with cancer for over 2 decades. We have the unique opportunity to hear from Founder and CEO Mary Ann Massolio, who shares with us her dedication, from her own tragic loss, to serving the childhood cancer community and research community w…
 
This episode is an old fashioned BS session. It has been awhile since we spent time discussing exploits from our past. For this session, we unintentionally focused on some of our lesser stories from our travels in Europe. We share such experiences as seeing John the Baptist’s Skeleton, driving tips and tricks while on a long drive, taking up-close …
 
As the early years curriculum adds self-regulation to their priorities, how can we support children to develop effective self-regulation skills? This week, Dandelion dives into self-regulation, what is it? What happens if we don't have it? How do we do it? Read more, and find resources at dandeliontraininganddevelopment.com Follow me on Facebook: h…
 
As parents and teachers, we are often told what we CAN'T do for discipline, but aren't told so much what we CAN do. That is why we put together this basic list of techniques to handle challenging behavior. We can use these in order to gently support children in developing self-regulation and self-control. Some of the 'tools' we discuss are redirect…
 
When did it become fashionable to be stressed? In a world where stress interferes with our happiness, well-being and our health, why do we compete to be 'the most stressed'? In this week's episode, we dive into stress, the impact and steps you can take to protect children. Find me over on my website here: https://dandeliontraininganddevelopment.com…
 
Spencer introduces us to important early drawing skills! We start by talking about the importance of planning and outlining first with a black marker or brush pen (linked below) and then go in to a break down the stages of drawing lines and symbols. We even go on a little tangent on gothic and gory art in teenage years and whether or not to be conc…
 
A warm welcome back to the podcast which remembers what it was like to grow up as a child in 70's Britain and the central role that television played in our society. This episode has been recorded by your host Oliver whilst he is on holiday in Jersey which gives an excellent link to a discussion on Bergerac. But before we get too carried away with …
 
In this Two Homes, One Happy Childhood podcast, you will hear a story that may be triggering. This powerful story gives us as co-parents the knowledge to no longer work from fear. Taking these actions will hep you be happy in your co-parenting journey. Yes, I said "Happy"! You can begin reducing the psychological and emotional effects of parental s…
 
Kristena Kitchen joins us from Maryland and Bryanna's Love Foundation to share her upcoming book launch for "Cotton Candy Clouds" on Thursday, September 9th at 7pm ET Live on Facebook. Kristena's daughter Bryanna tragically lost her life in 2018 to ETP-ALL, a rare type of childhood leukemia for which there are not yet targeted treatments. Bryanna's…
 
Re-listening to this episode gave me chills because I am SO EXCITED to share such practical and important information with you! Lauren Barrick is one of the sweetest people I know and she is so knowledgeable and passionate! She is a mom as well as an early interventionist and is experienced on all sides of the equation. What do you do if a child is…
 
Babies can do science. In fact, it's important that babies do science! Tackling global issues like climate change, food insecurity, and lack of freshwater are as simple as teaching children science through play and storytelling. This podcast is brought to you by Kide Science. Sign up for our newsletter here! View our blog posts, including the post …
 
Twenty-three year old Tori Moreno is fortunate not to remember too much of her early diagnosis with DIPG, but she remembers enough. Treated at the controversial Burzynski Clinic in Houston, TX, Tori did well on the treatments as an infant, and she is now a long-term survivor of the deadliest pediatric brain cancer. Tori generously discusses with us…
 
Lucy leads our discussion this week in talking about different types and benefits of using real tools, the Zone of Proximal Development, the whole child, STEM, and even a little soapbox moment about circle time, haha! We had so much to say about this topic, so it ended up being a little longer than our normal episodes. Let us know your thoughts, an…
 
Welcome back to the podcast celebrating growing up in 1970's Britain and the central part that TV played in our lives then. In this episode we are going back to school. Traditionally, schools were shown in a good light on British TV without much in the way of realism. Mallory Towers and Dotheboys Hall were light years away from my school. All this …
 
Without adequate national awareness of the urgent, unmet needs of children with cancer, the failure of the medical research system to adequately address childhood cancer will continue as progress remains a high-grade uphill battle. Randy Hinton is a childhood cancer advocate from South Carolina, and father to Haley who he lost in the 2000s to DIPG,…
 
In this Two Homes, One Happy Childhood podcast, you are not alone as we all can feel drained emotionally, physically and financially. The hardest part is that we feel out of control. Sometimes we just have to ball our eyes out while drinking a glass wine or go hit some golf balls. You can begin reducing the psychological and emotional effects of pa…
 
Spencer leads us in this conversation all about fingers! We discuss finger dexterity, strength, and independence. This is important for a variety of reasons, but most adults are very preoccupied with how this contributes to writing. Spencer breaks down the four different pencil grips and talks about ways we can encourage proper holds in a gentle wa…
 
Drowning is the leading cause of accidental death in children under the age of five, so water safety is vital in early childhood! To inform us about this important subject, Lucy interviewed Krissy Bartlett. Not only is Krissy a wonderful and calming person, she is also more than qualified to discuss this topic. She is the Regional Manager and Train…
 
Welcome back to the podcast which remembers growing up as a child in 1970's Britain and the part that TV played in our lives. This week we remember William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and their huge output of cartoons which became the mainstay of 70's children's programming. From Touché Turtle and Yogi Bear through to Scooby Doo, Wacky Races and Help!…
 
Your hosts speak about a summer of travel and optimism along with some wariness about the end of the year and possible pandemic restrictions. Chris talks about his venture into an all-day music festival and is found wanting. They discuss how hobbies related to collecting have subsided in recent years. Mike talks about breaking up with Hearthstone a…
 
In this Two Homes, One Happy Childhood introduction, I open up about why you and I are here. We don't have to co-parent alone. We can unite in our journey to creating a happy childhood for your child while they go back and forth between two homes. You can save yourself a whole lot of heartache and reduce the psychological and emotional effects of p…
 
In this Two Homes, One Happy Childhood podcast, will see judgment in a completely different way and how less judgment brings freedom to your child and you. I offer a judgment free zone method to begin your journey to creating a happy childhood for your child while they go back and forth between two homes. You can begin reducing the psychological an…
 
Lucy leads our discussion this week about big body play, rough and tumble play, and vestibular stimulation. We talk about the many benefits and give tips to manage and encourage this type of play. What are your reservations about Big Body Play? Reach out to us on facebook and instagram to join the discussion! facebook: @thespeckledbeespodcast insta…
 
On January 4, 2021, 6 year-old Jacob Senediak of Pittsburgh, PA died due to complications from his fight with DIPG, a deadly childhood brain cancer which spares mercilessly few of its victims. His father, Mark Senediak, joins us on Childhood Cancer Talk Radio to begin a discussion about efforts his family and others connected with "Jacob's Fight," …
 
Spencer leads our conversation about the importance of sensory engagement in early years (particularly its impact on memory) and ways to institute it with infants and young toddlers. We differentiate sensory overload and sensory stimulation through talking about Dr. Duncan's "Time Square Effect". We also bring up ways we see this in our current cul…
 
Welcome back to the podcast which provides a safe space for those who grew up in 1970's Britain to discuss their childhood's and the role that television played inn their lives. There's nothing here about how great the 60's were or how difficult it is to be a Millennial - no, it's just plain old childhood nostalgia with a 70's twist. Our host Olive…
 
Why is tiredness not just a momentary thing right now? Do you know the signs of burnout and exhaustion? It's been an exhausting year, and now, more than ever it is time to take a moment, rest and let our brains take some time out. Find me over on my website here: https://dandeliontraininganddevelopment.com/ Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebo…
 
We had our first interview with the strong and kind Simone Carvalho! She addresses why yoga is beneficial for children, how to implement it at different ages, and gives specific ideas for adults planning on using this with the children in their care. Simone has a course to help adults teach yoga to children launching soon, so follow us (@thespeckle…
 
Did lockdown cause all mental health issues, or was something else at play? Why are so many young people struggling? In this episode, we take a paddle into the lockdown, timelines and impact on young people, and lessons that we must learn. Find me over on my website here: https://dandeliontraininganddevelopment.com/ Follow me on Facebook: https://w…
 
In this Two Homes, One Happy Childhood podcast, I share ways you can build a respectful co-parent relationship even when you don't like, or even trust the co-parent. In this podcast episode you will find 3 simple ways to begin your journey to creating a happy childhood for your child while they go back and forth between two homes. You can begin red…
 
In this episode, we discuss the importance of risky play. Although it is intimidating and sometimes stressful, it is vital to a child’s development. We outline the benefits, share tips for caregivers, and share real life experiences. Run Baby Run · Caspar Babypants https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFnYq2pMDbs Courtney Egan - CF Mom Supporter Instagr…
 
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