How to Foster & Develop Resillience with Dr. Aliza Pressman
What is resilience? Do our temperaments and attachments influence our ability to be resilient as adults? What can you do as a caregiver do to help foster resilience within your child? Autonomy Supportive Parenting Chronic vs. Toxic Stress? How to build resilience after growing up with Toxic Stress? Building resilience within your romantic relationships? Is optimism linked to resilience? After 2 years of a Pandemic - How do we create certainity in the midst of all the uncertainty? Helpful tools that help you build resilience? Produced by Dear Media
Calming an Upset Baby at Mealtimes with Aliza Pressman, PhD
Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy
#234: Why is my baby so upset during mealtimes? How can I make feeding less stressful? An upset baby often results in a stressed-out parent, especially during mealtimes. Inadvertently our emotions can also trigger an upset baby but it is necessary for parents to co-regulate with their babies to allow them to develop their ability to cope and deal with their own emotions. In this episode, I am interviewing professor and developmental psychologist Dr. Aliza Pressman who will be talking about anxiety during mealtimes and how parents can help support their babies by modeling a sense of emotional balance in order to teach their babies how to self-regulate. Get your copy of the 100 FIRST FOODS list on Katie’s free BABY-LED WEANING FOR BEGINNERS workshop: https://babyledweaning.co/workshop?utm_source=Shownotes&utm_medium=Podcast&utm_campaign=Episode%20Link Follow @babyledweanteam on IG: https://www.instagram.com/babyledweanteam/ Shownotes with all the links mentioned in this episode are here: https://blwpodcast.com/234 Learn something you liked in this episode? Would you kindly subscribe, rate and review where you’re seeing this? (...it really helps other parents find this BLW info too!) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
183. Evidence-Based Tools to Help You Raise Good Humans with Dr. Aliza Pressman #WellnessWednesdays
Be Well By Kelly
Dr. Aliza Pressman is the Co-Founding Director and Director of Clinical Programming for the Mount Sinai Parenting Center, as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor for the Department of Pediatrics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She’s also the host of the Raising Good Humans podcast, where she brings the latest and greatest research on child development directly to parents – without them having to sift through endless journals and parenting books. She’s passionate about bringing her expertise to parents and empowering them with the knowledge they need to make the best choices possible for their children. We talk about the pillars every parent should consider when raising their children, and how to combat perfectionism in order to do the best you can.You will learn about...What Dr. Aliza studied and why she started her podcastPulling together science to make it accessibleHow coming to terms with how you were raised is important for your childEditing behaviors and setting boundaries for your kidBuilding independence and resilience in your childrenResources:draliza.com@raisinggoodhumanspodcastListen: Raising Good Humans PodcastConnect with Kelly:kellyleveque.comInstagram: @bewellbykellyFacebook: www.facebook.com/bewellbykellyBe Well By Kelly is produced and published by Crate Media.Mentioned in this episode:Be Well Protein Powder Grass-fed protein powder with organic monkfruit extract, organic cacao & vanilla, and NOTHING else. Get $5 off your order at bewellbykelly.com with promo code 'PODCAST5'.
Dr. Aliza Pressman On Understanding How Children Process Their Emotions & How to Genuinely Connect with Them
The Adversity Advantage
Today, we welcome Dr. Aliza Pressman. She is a developmental psychologist with over 15 years of experience working with families. Aliza co-founded SeedlingsGroup and the Mount Sinai Parenting Center and hosts the highly popular, Raising Good Humans Podcast, to empower and educate parents on the latest research and evidence-based practices regarding child development and parenting. We talk about the challenges of parenting, why adults and children alike can’t be happy all the time, how to gradually but skillfully build connections with our children, why being curious about what your child does can help deepen relationships, the incredible power of physical activity for our mental health, and so much more! Thanks to this episode's sponsor: Organifi: Receive 20% off your order by going to www.organifi.com/doug What to Listen For: 00:00 Intro 01:19 Recent mistake made as a parent 04:14 Humas and children can’t always be happy 10:25 Kids want to talk but it isn’t natural for them 14:19 Difference between temperament and struggle 18:34 There’s nothing more powerful than curiosity 24:15 Building connection with family through little rituals 27:33 The power of physical movement for mental health 31:19 The three established parenting style 34:59 Encouraging your child to change a bad habit 39:37 Divorce is a stressor for kids Episode Resources: Aliza Pressman | Website, Facebook, LinkedIn Raising Good Humans Podcast | Twitter, Instagram Follow me on Social Media: LinkedIn Instagram Twitter
Raising Good Humans: Aliza Pressman on taking on a role and getting the tools to embody it
Guest Aliza Pressman went to college wanting to develop a side of herself beyond her natural artistic side. Although she did have a range of experiences while there, she ended up combining her interests in art history, English literature, and drama and exploring the human condition throughout it all. Not wanting the experience to end with graduation, she and some friends started a theater company in New York. After a few years, when she saw that other people had deeper drive and talent than she was mustering, she found other ways to make connection, namely working with kids in theater arts. But when someone mentioned a psychology program to her, things changed.She eventually found another route to answering the question of what makes us who we are: Developmental psychology. Initially drawn to teens and adolescence, she made a turn to infants and ultimately realized that so much of the environment of a child’s development has to do with parenting. She then made it her mission to translate the academic research on parenting and human development to the people who need it the most: Parents.In this episode, find out from Aliza how taking on a role and having the tools to embody it can be two different things…on today’s Roads Taken with Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestAliza Pressman, known nationally as Dr. Aliza, is a developmental psychologist with decades’ experience working with families. She received a masters in Risk, Resilience and Prevention from the Department of Human Development at Teacher’s College and her PhD in developmental psychology from Columbia and is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Division of Behavioral Health Department of Pediatrics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital. After co-founding SeedlingsGroup and the Mount Sinai Parenting Center (the former with fellow classmate Blair Seidler Hammond) she began the Raising Good Humans Podcast. Featuring other psychologists and national parenting authorities, as well as such notable parents as Drew Barrymore, Jessica Alba, and Jennifer Garner, her podcast conversations sprinkle in the latest academic research on child development and deliver it directly to parents. Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian Burrows Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.com Email the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com
How to talk to kids about war (and other difficult topics) with Dr. Aliza Pressman
News Not Noise
How do you talk to your kids about what’s happening in Ukraine? Have you broached the subject yet? Dr. Aliza Pressman says it is time to have that discussion.Pressman is a developmental psychologist, an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Mount Sinai Hospital, and the host of the Raising Good Humans Podcast.She tells us that children know when something's wrong and nobody's talking about it. Pressman says tackling difficult issues, in a developmentally appropriate way, is crucial to raising kids with empathy.Dr. Aliza Pressman➤Twitter: twitter.com/rghpodcastYou can follow Jessica Yellin here:➤Instagram: instagram.com/jessicayellin➤Twitter: twitter.com/jessicayellin➤Facebook: facebook.com/newsnotnoise➤YouTube: youtube.com/newsnotnoise➤Website: NewsNotNoise.com➤Newsletter: newsnotnoise.bulletin.com/Support this work:➤patreon.com/NewsNotNoiseJessica Yellin is the founder of News Not Noise, a channel dedicated to giving you news with real experts and providing facts, not panic attacks. Jessica is a veteran of network news, traveling the globe, covering conflict and crisis. A former Chief White House Correspondent for CNN, she reported from around the world and won awards. Now, Yellin uses her voice to break down the news, calmly and clearly for you -- free of punditry, provocation, and yelling.
The Key to Raising Good Humans AND Being One with Developmental Psychologist, Dr. Aliza Pressman
Dr. Aliza Pressman is a Developmental Psychologist, child behaviorist, parent educator and mom of two herself. She also hosts the Raising Good Humans Podcast and has a large celebrity following who look to her for parenting guidance - Jennifer Garner, Julianna Margulies, Drew Barrymore, Jesse Williams, Cleo Wade to name a few, .Today she’s here to share tips that will make you a better parent and a better communicator in all of your relationships. We discuss: How to cultivate resilience and confidence (in children and in yourself) What the difference in between REAL confidence and pseudo confidence. Why your actions will be more important than any words of wisdom or lessons you try to teach to your child. The two questions you need to ask yourself when you’re having a tough moment with your child (or in any relationship). Why you don’t want to be a perfect parent. What to say to a toddler when meeting them for the first time. How to set healthy boundaries with social media. Why the term “mom brain” is being used wrong! Mom shaming and why it all stems from the patriarchy.
S2 Ep 17: Who Is Mothering Mom? A conversation with Dr. Suniya Luthar and Dr. Aliza Pressman.
Raising Good Humans
With research showing that children's well being rests on parental psychological health, Dr. Suniya Luthar speaks about how to care for the caregiver in meaningful ways that support resilience for everyone. www.Gemmist.com with code RGH for 20% off your subscription plus free 2-day shipping. www.Sakara.com/RGH for 20% off your first order. www.Mzwallace.com/humans for 15% off your first purchase. Show Notes: Luthar, S. S. (2020). Resilience in childhood: New insights. Psychology Today, March 11. Luthar, S. S. (2020). Pandemic shows children’s well-being rests on parents’ psychological health. Child and Family Blog. PBS, Newshour, Sat April 27, & Arizona Pubic Media (video), Oct 1, 2018. Connecting mothers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_RmMpDL9ZU https://www.acgroups.org Produced by Dear Media