Guiding Our Kids From Lizard Brain To Wizard Brain With Dr. Aliza Pressman
Here's another episode of Mom Brain chock full of practical advice, so break out your notepad. Aliza Pressman, M.A., Ph.D. is a developmental psychologist certified in parent management training from the Yale Parenting Center, and a mother of 2 daughters. Among her many accolades, she earned her Ph.D. in developmental psychology from the Columbia University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences with a fellowship at the National Center for Children and Families. She is also co-founder of SeedlingsGroup and co-founding director of the Mt. Sinai Parenting Center. Aliza helps parents, through science-based research, navigate the tricky aspects of raising kids. Be sure to check out her podcast "Raising Good Humans".
In this episode, Aliza talks with Hilaria and Daphne about the importance of moms finding groups where they feel comfortable, and where there is no judgment. Plus, she tackles issues like, how to address our children's irrational fears, whether or not we need to force our toddlers to apologize, making sure our kids accomplish important milestones without overreacting if they don't, and tons more!
Books mentioned by Dr. Pressman:
Hilaria: Origami Paper
Aliza: A Baby Sound Machine
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