Raising Good Humans
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I'm Dr. Aliza Pressman, developmental psychologist, parent educator, asst. clinical professor, and co-founder of both Mount Sinai Parenting Center and SeedlingsGroup. And I'm a mom... trying to raise two good humans myself, so I'm in this with you!
In each episode, we'll go deep (but brief) with both experts and parents to share the most effective approaches and tools and talk about the important bigger picture of raising good humans. My goal is to make your parenting journey less overwhelming and a lot more joyful!
Please join me every Friday for new episodes of Raising Good Humans.
Boys and sex (and porn…and masturbation…) with Peggy Orenstein
Lying in Early Childhood
Listener Q and A with Dr. Aliza
Siblings: Rivalry, fairness, new sibling, and taking sides, with Dr. Joshua Sparrow
Drew Barrymore and Dr Aliza Pressman and the holiday episode: is Santa real, weird elf on the shelf issues, making meaningful traditions, and holiday feelings.
Husband and Wife (and parents of 3), Mark Feuerstein and Dana Klein having a “Session”.
Parenting is not Paint by numbers: Boundaries and Discipline with Dr. Joshua Sparrow
Transition from childhood to teen, contending with adult authority and all the other goodies that come with raising teenagers with new York Times Bestselling Author, psychologist Lisa Damour, PhD.
Every Mother Counts with Christy Turlington Burns
Mindful Discipline: Shame doesn’t work, with Dr. Shauna Shapiro.
Helping your baby sleep: crying, napping, pacifiers and sleep training with Dr. Aliza’s seedlingsgroup co-founder, Dr. Bronwyn Charlton; plus the difference between shame and guilt, praise junkies and productive criticism!
From video games to porn: Dr. Aliza talks boys with Raising Cain author Dr. Michael Thompson.
Escaping the self-esteem trap with Dr. Polly Young-Eisendrath
Discipline, Boundaries, "Snowplow Parenting", and Over scheduling: A discussion with Mom Molly Sims
Dr. Aliza answers listener questions about conflicts with friends, preschool grooming battles and toddler tantrums plus a conversation with actress Emily Mortimer
Girl friendships: bullies, best friends and true friends
Odd Mom Out creator Jill Kargman parenting pet peeves vs science. Also Jill talks about her son experiencing anti semitism in school.
Feeding episode: Solid foods, picky eaters and dessert
“I can, therefore I must” - the risks of high achieving stressors and the powerful protection of close relationships