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TILT Parenting: Raising Differently Wired Kids

Author: Debbie Reber

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TiLT Parenting, from parenting activist, speaker, and author Debbie Reber, features transformational interviews and conversations with authors, parenting experts, educators, and other parents aimed at inspiring, informing, and supporting parents raising differently-wired kids (giftedness, ADHD, austim, 2e, learning differences, sensory processing issues, anxiety, and more). TiLT aims to help parents feel empowered and in choice in how they parent, have more peace in their daily lives, and parent and advocate for their child from a place of confidence and awareness so that our children can thrive in every way. https:/
272 Episodes
The podcast is on hiatus this month, but I'm popping in your feed to let you know that the doors to my  high-touch membership community, the Differently Wired Club, are open for the last time in 2021 this week only (through September 24 at midnight PT). To learn more, go to: Support the show (
Performance poet and advocate LeDerick Horne talks about his journey with  a hidden disability, his advocacy work, and how he found his love for poetry.For more info, visit:
Clinical psychologist Dr Eli Lebowitz talks about his new book "Breaking Free of Childhood Anxiety and OCD: A Scientifically Proven Program for Parents."For more info, visit:
Frequent guest of the show and executive function coach Seth Perler talks with Debbie about what parents (and educators) should prioritize as students return to school, executive functioning considerations, and more.For more info, visit:
Psychologist turned family coach Dr. Lynyetta Willis talks about navigating the complex feelings that parents might experience in the wake of their child's diagnosis. For more info, visit:
Clinical psychologist / child development expert Madeline Levine, PhD, on her new book, "Ready or Not Preparing Our Kids to Thrive in an Uncertain and Rapidly Changing World," pandemic parenting, and how to support our kids' resilience moving forward.For more info, visit:
Neuropsychologist William Stixrud PhD and Ned Johnson talk about their new book, "What Do You Say? How to Talk with Kids to Build Motivation, Stress Tolerance, and a Happy Home."For more info, visit:
Dr. Jenn Noble, a licensed psychologist, teen parent coach, and associate professor of psychology, talks about identity, intersectionality, supporting mixed race kids, and teen mental health. For more info, visit: the show (
Cathy and Todd Adams, the husband and wife team behind Zen Parenting Radio, talk about showing up in partnership for our children, the gifts of growth and vulnerability, and how to foster deeper alignment with our parenting partners, even in the face of challenges.For more info, visit:
"Educator, social worker, and mother of two differently wired children Stephanie Malia Krauss talks about her new book, Making It: What Today’s Kids Need for Tomorrow’s World," and how parents can prepare children for an uncharted future.For more info, visit: the show (
Parent educator and author Julie King, talks about her new book, How to Talk When Kids Won't Listen (co-authored with Joanna Faber), and answers questions from the Tilt Parenting community.For more info, visit:
Therapist Kate McNulty talks about her book Practical Strategies To Help Couples Understand Each Other and Strengthen Their Connection, mixed neuro-type co-parents, and embracing her own autistic identity as an adult.For more info, visit:
Social justice advocate, blogger, and podcaster Amber Coleman-Mortley (Mom of All Capes) talks about her work elevating diverse voices and perspectives in the civic education space, working with students and educators for more equitable outcomes, and how parents can raise civically-minded kids.For more info, visit:
Neuroscientist, author, meditation teacher, and speaker on topics of neurodiversity, neurodevelopment, creativity, mental health, and wellness Dr. Nicole Tetreault, talks about her new book about the twice-exceptional experience, Insight Into a Bright Mind.For more info, visit:
Learning disability / ADHD / education advocate, speaker, and author Jonathan Mooney (Normal Sucks, The. Short Bus, Learning Outside the Lines) talks about his mission to reframe neurodivergence and eliminate the pursuit of "normalcy."For more info, visit: the show (
If you've been considering joining Debbie's Differently Wired Club but aren't sure if it's right for you, please join me for a live informational Zoom call this Thursday. I'll be walking through how it works, what it looks like, and what to expect, as well as answering your questions. I'll send out the recording for people who can't attend live. Doors to the Club will be open May 24 -28.Learn more at Support the show (
Janet Allison, founder of Boys Alive!, speaker, author, educator, and family coach, talks about how parents and caregivers can support the emotional lives of boys.For more info, visit:
Multiracial (Chinese/Irish) autistic neurodiversity rights advocate Ashia Ray talks about her Raising Luminaries movement and Books For Littles — a resource for finding children’s picture books to discuss hard topics.For more info, visit:
Debbie Reber Hosts a Special Episode Celebrating 5 Years of Tilt ParentingFor more info: visit
Executive Functioning Coach Seth Perler shares his ideas for Shifting the Parenting Paradigm in this bonus mini-episode for Tilt's 5-Year Anniversary.
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