Temple Grandin was diagnosed with autism as a child and went on to pursue work in psychology and animal science. She has become a leading advocate for autistic communities and has also written books and provided consultation on the humane treatment of animals.
You won’t want to miss this episode! Dr. Meeker brings in some experts to talk about kids and transgender issues. They discuss what the medical data shows not just nationally, but worldwide.
Dr. Ross Greene sits down with Dr. Meeker to discuss his book, The Explosive Child and the approach called Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS). Dr. Greene discusses the problems and frustrations that make a child have concerning behaviors are caused by unsolved problems.
Dr. Carol Swain and Dr. Meg Meeker engage in a candid discussion between two professionals - an African American and a Caucasian - whose conversation about hot-button topics shines a fresh perspective on what our kids are being bombarded with, in the classroom and in every day life.
Alyssa Blask Campbell is the founder of Seed & Sow, an organization committed to giving parents, teachers & caregivers tools to raise emotionally intelligent children. Deeply passionate about creating a shame-free, judgment-free community, Alyssa insightfully shares her expertise in this area.
What do you do if you suspect your child may be on the autism spectrum? Jessica Daley, the mother of a now 6-yr old son diagnosed with autism, joins Dr. Meg in a conversation where she vulnerably and honestly shares both the struggles & the joys from her journey as a parent of an autistic child.
The physical, emotional, hormonal and societal challenges that kids are facing today can be overwhelming. But there are things that a parent can do to help ensure a secure foundation for their children. Erica Komisar joins Dr. Meeker to discuss the alarming mental health crisis in America today.
Dr. Marie Seiler, a pediatrician recently retired from practice after 35 enjoyable years of caring for children and their caregivers, joins Dr. Meg to discuss the all-important topic of kids and nutrition. Listen in as Dr. Seiler shares healthy nutrition and supplement tips for kids, from birth on.
What would it look like to raise a generation of boys who see vulnerability as a strength & prioritizing their mental health as wisdom? Join David Thomas, author & director of family counseling at Daystar Counseling, as he shares helpful tools on how to teach your son to develop emotional capacity.
An expert on autism by life experience - having a husband and two grown sons on the autism spectrum, and through decades of personal research - Jennifer Wynn Stoll joins Dr. Meeker to discuss the effects and challenges of autism and her passionate pursuit as an autism advocate.
When it comes to girls & young women discovering their identity and personal value, they often cannot grasp just how important they really are. Dr. Meg sits down with Allie Marie Smith to discuss her book, “Wonderfully Made,” birthed out of Allie’s own personal story of self-doubt & depression.
Johns Hopkins physician & health researcher Dr. Marty Makary joins Dr. Meg to discuss the pressing issue of Covid vaccination amongst America’s youth. Their professional perspectives, backed by years of research & experience, will help parents make an educated choice that’s best for their children.
Lack of sleep is one of the biggest factors keeping parents from parenting well. If we could parent from a rested state, we would parent so much better than we do from a place of fatigue. Join Dr. Meeker as she shares how you can train your baby to sleep through the night in 7 days or less!
Health Journalist & “Food Issues” podcast host Julie Revelant joins Dr. Meg in discussing picky eaters, childhood obesity & other issues parents encounter when it comes to kids & food. Be armed with proven tips on how you can train your child to become a wiser, healthier eater!
Discover the 5 stages of puberty so you can anticipate (and answer) questions your child may have about their changing body. This candid message from “America’s Mom” will help empower you to confidently share with your kids about puberty, and the normal body changes they can expect to experience.
Dr. Meeker tackles the issue of temper tantrums, the subject of her brand-new course, “How to Stop Temper Tantrums in Your Child.” In this episode, Dr. Meg primarily focuses on temper tantrums in younger children, ages 4 and under, however the information discussed is beneficial to all age groups.
The isolation and limits of the COVID-19 pandemic have caused issues with the head/heart connection in even the strongest of kids. Drs. David and Donna Lane join Dr. Meg in offering helpful insight into mental health strategies for this COVID-19 generation.
Along with her friend Jonathan Wicksall of NeedU.org, Dr. Meeker gives practical advice on how to teach your kids to be givers and where you can set up giving opportunities for people you know who are in need.