A Christmas Carol - Stave Five: The End Of It
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Returned to his room, Scrooge embraces the time given to him to embrace the lessons of the three spirits...
The New classical FM proudly presents Marilyn Lightstone Reads A Christmas Carol, a special podcast mini-series of Charles Dickens' timeless holiday masterpiece.
Join Marilyn for the story of the miserly Ebeneezer Scrooge, as he is visited by three Yuletide ghosts, on that fateful Christmas night.
We'll be releasing an episode a day, starting Monday December 14th, giving you plenty of time to listen and enjoy before Christmas Day.
Beautiful stories, beautifully read, for a crazy world
The Sensory Project
The Sensory Project
Rachel Harrington, COTA/L, AC & Jessica Hill, COTA/L
#141 - Honest Strategies to Combat Sibling Rivalry
We are often asked about how to deal with fighting between siblings and how to help them get along better.  First off, it’s always useful to remember that fighting is a natural and inevitable part of life between children, and it’s just a matter of making sure that the difficulties that do arise are within a reasonable limit and are not dangerous.  When a child has sensory challenges, these kinds of conflicts can be exacerbated and in some cases may be harder to deal with; sensory processing and verbal communication challenges can lead to outbursts and aggressive behavior.  It’s vital to start understanding the messages that your child is sending you - many of these might be in their body language and patterns of behavior, so if you’re able to identify these you can begin to implement healthy boundaries and changes!  This means identifying the trigger points, finding the why for a difficult dynamic, and responding to these accordingly.  We all need to allow our kiddos to develop healthy and expected play skills, and this comes down to how you are able to preempt and respond to the situation and their patterns. For all this and a whole lot more, listen in with us!   *Key Points From This Episode:*  * Setting consistent boundaries to manage the inevitable fighting that occurs between siblings. * Identifying the trigger points for aggression between siblings. * Overstimulation, struggles with play, troubles with communication, and more! * Measures to take in the case of a fight or the breaking of a boundary.  * The education that is needed for better play skills and sharing.  * Modeling good and expected behavior and allowing children to practice this. * Responses to aggressive behavior; better and worse ways to deal with acting out.  * The vital importance of consistency, follow-through, and clear boundaries. * Clarifying where the actual problem lies and addressing it head-on. * A reminder to understand the causes of aggressive behavior in order to target improvement.  *Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:* *  Harkla * Parenting with Love and Logic * Episode 16 Disciplining a Sensory Kiddo * The Sensory Project Show Podcast * The Sensory Project on Facebook * The Sensory Project on Instagram   *Highlights:*  “I have an older brother, and we grew up fighting and wrestling and just getting after each other non-stop. I grew up with it, so I have kind of a personal take on the situation, as well as a professional take.” — Rachel Harrington *[0:01:39]* * *“All siblings fight, bicker, wrestle, whatever. I think it's just the natural part of being a family.” — Jessica Hill *[0:01:53]* * *“Maybe your child is becoming overstimulated by too much noise. As your children are playing together, it's getting loud and maybe it's just too much auditory input.” — Jessica Hill *[0:03:35]* * *“All of these factors can lead to aggression, so being able to figure out the why. This is why my child is becoming aggressive. They aren't just an aggressive child. They aren't just hitting to hit. There's typically a reason.” — Rachel Harrington *[0:04:46]*
19 min
Parenting Autism
Parenting Autism
Chris and Sandy Colter
E59: Learning to be Bryce's ABA Facilitators
This episode is a discussion about about our first meeting with Bryce's BCBA to review the new plan and make modifications. Changes include separate definitions for tantrums and meltdown to measure more accurately.  We also added "Rephrasing Questions" to Bryce's plan after watching him struggle to get the answers he seeks to his questions. Other topics include tips from the CARD conference, the youtube video featuring Bryce working through anxiety of "loud popping noises", and some words of encouragement for our listeners. Click here for Parenting Autism Youtube Channel Bryce is a funny, mechanical, HAPPY little guy who was diagnosed with autism at age two and is now seven years old. His pure joy makes this world a much better place!  If you are enjoying the show, please take a quick moment to give us a rating and review to help other families find our podcast, too. We are humbled and honored to follow our calling and be Autism Ambassadors while helping others understand our world a little more than they did before listening to the podcast. We also feel called to bring light to a community that has experienced dark days after the "diagnosis". (Luke 1:79)  You can follow us on our Facebook and Instagram pages, Parenting Autism, to see stories, pictures, and videos of our autism journey. www.ParentingAutismShow.com You can also contact us through Facebook, Instagram, or our email: parentingautism@att.net. We are also linking our podcast to our photography website to help create more awareness. www.artigraphsphotography.com Support the show (https://www.parentingautismshow.com/resources)
38 min
Psychology In Seattle Podcast
Psychology In Seattle Podcast
Kirk Honda
Humberto's Attachment Style (2019 Rerun)
[Rerun] Dr. Kirk interviews Humberto to discover his attachment style. Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/PsychologyInSeattle Get merch: https://teespring.com/stores/psychology-in-seattle Email: https://www.psychologyinseattle.com/contact The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ® Disclaimer: The content provided is for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing here constitutes personal or professional consultation, therapy, diagnosis, or creates a counselor-client relationship. Topics discussed may generate differing points of view. If you participate (by being a guest, submitting a question, or commenting) you must do so with the knowledge that we cannot control reactions or responses from others, which may not agree with you or feel unfair. Your participation on this site is at your own risk, accepting full responsibility for any liability or harm that may result. Anything you write here may be used for discussion or endorsement of the podcast. Opinions and views expressed by the host and guest hosts are personal views. Although, we take precautions and fact check, they should not be considered facts and the opinions may change. Opinions posted by participants (such as comments) are not those of the hosts. Readers should not rely on any information found here and should perform due diligence before taking any action. For a more extensive description of factors for you to consider, please see www.psychologyinseattle.com
1 hr 6 min
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