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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tina Bryson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tina Bryson, often where they are interviewed.

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How To Help Your Anxious Child + Tip For Raising Mentally Strong Children (Interview With Child Psychologist Dr. Tina Bryson)

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Being a parent can be challenging, especially when it comes to teaching your child how to handle the hard stuff in life. There is a thin line between being overprotective and being overcritical, and often there are situations where doing or saying the right thing seems impossible. In this week’s podcast, I speak with child psychologist and best-selling author Dr. Tina Payne Bryson about why we need to let our children experience negative emotions like anxiety and irritation, how to help anxious children, how to show up when your child is struggling, common parenting mistakes we all make and how we can avoid them and more!

Podcast Highlights

2:19 What is the science behind the “why” of parenting?

3:16 What is interpersonal neurobiology and why is it important as a parent?

6:00 What are some of the major issues parents face today, and what can they do about them?

46:00 Why the mind is so important when it comes to parenting

47:00 Rethinking discipline & why punishment is not the answer

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Aug 17 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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3 Critical Parenting Tips to Deal with Stress and Anxiety at Home - Dr. Tina Bryson - 302

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If you are feeling stressed, anxious or overwhelmed, this is a must listen. It might have been one of the best parenting interviews I’ve done. My guest Tina Bryson shares 2 things that create stress in kids right now then she covers 3-4 things that relieve stress and anxiety. This one is very good. Even if you’re not a parent, you were a kid a while back and this will help you see what’s possible.

Shownotes:

  • 5:15 Introduction Dr. Tina Bryson
  • 9:40 The importance of self-awareness for parents
  • 17:45 Two things that create stress for kids at home
  • 22:40 How to relieve stress
  • 32:00 Name it to tame it: The importance of acknowledging our feelings and emotions
  • 37:35 How to provide children a safe and secure place at home
  • 52:00 How parents can help children make better decisions for themselves
  • 1:04:10 Action step

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Aug 05 2020 · 1hr 8mins

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The Power of Showing Up with Dr. Tina Bryson, Part 2 [IEP 112]

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Welcome to part 2 of a 2-part series as Dr. Tina Bryson joins Amanda and Vickie to discuss her latest book, The Power of Showing Up, co-authored by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D.

If the science of the brain, the “why” behind things, and learning about the four S’s of “Secure Attachment” for not only your children but for every relationship in your life interest you, you’ll want to stay tuned!

Dr. Tina Bryson is a psychotherapist, author, and Founder/Executive Director of The Center for Connection, a multidisciplinary clinical practice, and of The Play Strong Institute, a center devoted to the study, research, and practice of play therapy through a neurodevelopment lens. 

Show Highlights:

  • The Power of Showing Up is about how all of our relational experiences while growing up shape how we think and feel; what our brain comes to expect in relationships; and how we respond and function in relationships. It further dives into where our relational patterns come from and how it might impact our relationships.
  • The Power of Showing Up is a great balance between science and practical information.
  • Decades of research have shown that there is one thing that is the best predictor for how well kids turn out, no matter what we measure them on, and that is that they have had secure attachment with at least one person.
  • Attachment is a mammal inborn-instinct that allows us to have a better chance of surviving.
  • One of the best things a parent can do is to provide their children with secure attachment. This process involves the four S’s:
  • Helping kids feel SAFE.
  • Helping kids feel SEEN.
  • Helping kids feel SOOTHED.
  • When a kid experiences enough of the safe, seen, and soothed, then they will feel SECURE.
  • Dr. Bryson discusses the potential impact of growing up in a home where a child might not feel safe, seen, soothed, or secure.
  • Dr. Bryson shares and details the two practical strategies at the end of the “Safe’ chapter, which are 1) Do no harm and 2) Repair, repair, repair.
  • It is important to communicate to kids that having emotions and having reactions is healthy.
  • The four S’s are NOT about being permissive. 
  • Boundaries and predictability help make a child feel safe.
  • Using playfulness or silliness in the moment can help a child want to cooperate.
  • You don’t have to have long, reflective conversations around every little issue.
  • As adults, we can learn to choose people who we expect to show up, who are predictable people.

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Books Mentioned:

The Power of Showing Up by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. and Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.

No-Drama Discipline by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. and Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.

The Bottom Line for Baby by Tina Payne Bryson

Parenting From the Inside Out by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., and Mary Hartzell, M.Ed.

Listen to Part 1 of The Power of Showing Up with Dr. Tina Bryson

Connect with Tina!

Tina’s Website - Get The Power of Showing Up and Tina’s Other Books HERE!

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Jan 14 2020 · 48mins
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Eps 215: The Power of Showing up With Dr. Dan Siegel and Dr. Tina Bryson

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Joyful Courage: Calming the drama and taking control of your parenting journey AUDIOBOOK is available!! I am confident that the Joyful Courage audiobook will be a supportive companion as you ride it out with your kids – full of stories and tools that will connect you with self and others, the audiobook will be something you can listen to over and over and over again. Follow Joyful Courage on FB and IG, and sign up for my weekly newsletter at www.joyfulcourage.com/join

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Today’s guests are Dr. Dan Siegel and Dr. Tina Bryson. Dan is an internationally acclaimed author, award winning educator and child psychiatrist. He is currently a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, where he also serves as a co investigator at the Center For Culture, Brain And Development, and co director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center. Dan co authored some of our favorite parenting books, including The Whole Brain Child, No Drama Discipline, and The Yes Brain. With the other guest joining us today, he also wrote Brainstorm: The Bible for Parents of Teens, Parenting From The Inside Out and Aware, which came out the summer of 2018 and he came on to discuss that book with me. 

Dr. Tina Bryson is the other guest that we get to hear from today. She is the co author with Dan Segal of three New York Times bestsellers soon to be four and is the Executive Director of the Center for Connection in Pasadena, California. Tina is also a pediatric and adolescent, psychotherapist, she keynotes conferences, and conducts workshops for parents, educators and clinicians all over the world. There is so much more I could add to the bios of both of these guests I could truly go on and on. They're here today to share about their latest book, The Power of Showing Up: How Parental Presence Shapes Who Our Kids Become, and How Their Brains get Wired.  Join us!

"One of the best ways for us to predict how well a kid turns out is by looking at this research from decades and decades and across many cultures that says that the way a parent shows up and whether the degree to which they provide secure attachment relationships, that this is a huge predictor for how well kids turn out on many things that we measure them on.”

“The science of attachment is so powerful.” 

“No matter what happened to you as a parent, how you come to make sense of what happened to allows you to be present.”

“The brain wires based on the kinds of experiences we have.”

“Every child is different. Every parent is different, every situation is different. And the key is really more about being present and attuning.”

“What your child needs most from you is to show up.”

 “The messiness, the disconnection, the inevitable ruptures. That's a part of life. The fact that there are ruptures doesn't mean you're doing it wrong. It means you're human.”

“You can always begin again, knowing the direction you want to take.”

“If we can show up in that moment, and help the other person feel safe and seen and sued. That's always the right answer.”

 “It's about helping the child know, at the end of the day, that if something goes wrong, if they are in distress, if they have a need, we will see it, and we will show up for them flawed, not perfect.” 

“This science is full of hope.”

“It isn't about perfection, it's about presence”

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • Secure attachment as a predictor of future success 
  • The Power of Showing Up
  • What parents need to understand about attachment
  • Does attachment involve just one attachment figure?
  • The different ways parents can show up
  • What attachment teaches kids
  • The science of attachment and how it applies to everyday life 
  • Mutual belonging and connection
  • How experiences wire the brain
  • Showing up for ourselves
  • The value of a coherent narrative
  • The 4 S’s
  • Repairing ruptures
  • What conflict can teach
  • What the 4 S’s look like in action
  • The difference between fostering attachment and being permissive
  • Predictability as safety
  • Expanding the container of consciousness and the window of tolerance
  • Experiences with attachment across generations
  • The ongoing opportunity for development
  • Paths of Hope and where they lead
  • Why parents need people to show up for us too
  • Aiming for presence, not perfection
  • Self as embodied and relational 
  • Learning to tolerate uncertainty

Resources: 

The Whole Brain Child

No Drama Discipline

The Yes Brain

The Baby Book

Eps 154: Dr. Dan Siegel Discussing the Science of Being Present

The Power of Showing Up

Aware: The Science and Practice of Presence

Eps 100: Dr. Tina Bryson Supports Us With Brain Informed Parenting

Eps 126: Tina Bryson is BACK teaching us about nurturing a YES BRAIN

Brainstorm

Parenting From The Inside Out

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Dr. Tina Bryson

Dr. Dan Siegel

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Jan 07 2020 · 1hr 6mins

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The Power of Showing Up with Dr. Tina Bryson, Part 1 [IEP 111]

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If the science of the brain, the “why” behind things, and using discipline as an opportunity for teaching is fascinating to you, you won’t want to miss a minute of today’s show.

Dr. Tina Bryson joins Amanda and Vickie in part 1 of a 2-part series to discuss how discipline in the United States is counterintuitive, the release of her new book, and so much more.

Dr. Tina Bryson is a psychotherapist, author, and Founder/Executive Director of The Center for Connection, a multidisciplinary clinical practice, and of The Play Strong Institute, a center devoted to the study, research, and practice of play therapy through a neurodevelopment lens.

Her latest book is The Power of Showing Up with co-author, Daniel J. Siegel, M.D.

Show Highlights:

  • Dr. Bryson discusses what led to writing her latest book.
  • Children with underlying reading-based or writing-based challenges often have parents who say they experienced the same challenges as a kid.
  • The purpose and goal of discipline should be to help the child become a self-disciplined person that can regulate themselves, make good decisions, and handle themselves well on their own.
  • That a child is being a brat on purpose and making a willful choice each and every time they are being difficult is not true when you consider how the brain and the nervous system works.
  • The brain is either in a reactive mode or it’s in a receptive mode.
  • Dr. Bryson describes the different states of arousal in our nervous system and the impact on learning.
  • The Polyvagal Theory is when we go into threat states due to toxic stress, our social engagement circuitry turns off. The inner ear muscle actually changes so it’s harder to hear the human voice. Audio and visual processing basically turn off except as regards the focused threat.
  • Punitive discipline sends a kid into a higher state of stress, making a learning moment even more difficult.
  • There are ways to help a kid through a reactive state, and connection is the first step.
  • Dr. Bryson shares ways to proactively get a child involved in making better decisions.
  • One of the best things a parent can do is to provide their children with secure attachment. This process involves the four S’s:
  • (1) Helping kids feel SAFE.
  • (2) Helping kids feel SEEN.
  • (3) Helping kids feel SOOTHED.
  • (4) When a kid experiences enough of the safe, seen, and soothed, then they will feel SECURE.
  • As adults, we need to experience the four S’s with the people in our own lives who can show up for us.
  • IEP’s Podcast Live Tour Launches This Month! More Information Coming on Social Media Soon, Stay Tuned!

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Thank you for listening! Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to the show to receive every new episode delivered straight to your podcast player every Tuesday. If you enjoyed this episode and believe in our message, then please help us get the word out about this podcast. Rate and Review this show in Apple PodcastsStitcher Radio, or Google Play. It helps other listeners find this show. Be sure to connect with us and reach out with any questions/concerns: Facebook Instagram Twitter IEP website This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not to be construed as legal advice specific to your circumstances. If you need help with any legal matters, be sure to consult with an attorney regarding your specific needs.

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Books Mentioned: The Power of Showing Up by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. and Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D. No-Drama Discipline by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. and Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D. The Bottom Line for Baby by Tina Payne Bryson

Connect with Tina! Tina’s Website - Get The Power of Showing Up and Tina’s Other Books HERE! Tina’s Twitter Tina’s Instagram Tina’s Facebook

Jan 07 2020 · 48mins
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The Power of Showing Up with Dr. Tina Bryson

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Being present and showing up is important in every relationship, especially when it comes to raising our children. The best predictor of how a child turns out is their attachment to at least one parent. It’s not simply about being there when they come home from school, or showing up for each baseball game, it’s about making our children feel safe, seen, soothed, and secure.

On today’s episode of The MomForce Podcast, Vanessa is chatting with Dr. Tina Bryson, author of “The Power of Showing Up.” Tina, a therapist and mother of three, discusses the power of the 4 S’s and how they relate to “attachment science”.  Whether you’re a working mom, a foster mom, a baby wearer, a single parent, or otherwise, these principles can help us be better parents, and help us be forgiving of ourselves when we make mistakes! 

By showing up for our children, even when they feel strong emotions, become frustrated or overwhelmed, we are helping our children build mental models for what they can expect in new relationships. We are teaching them that they have value. When children feel safe, seen, and soothed they become secure in themselves and develop grit and resilience to face life’s challenges. And isn’t that what we all want for our kids? 

Join the MomForce Facebook Group and follow along on our instagram page @themomforcepodcast where will post more about Dr. Bryson and her fabulous book!

Jan 07 2020 · 33mins
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The Power of Showing Up with Dr. Tina Bryson

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Dr. Tina Payne Bryson joins Dr. Hanson and Forrest to share how we can become better friends, parents, and people. 

About our Guest: Dr. Bryson is the bestselling author of The Whole Brain Child, No-Drama Discipline, and The Yes Brain. She’s also the co-author of a new book The Power of Showing Up: How Parental Presence Shapes Who Our Kids Become and How Their Brains Get Wired with Dr. Daniel Siegel.

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Key Topics:

03:45: Why focus on “showing up?”

08:27: Why is it so important to be “predictable?”

13:01: The 4 S’s.

21:02: How do you respond to parents who hear your information and realize they handled their kids poorly?

29:19: Describing what it means to be “Soothed” and “Secure”

35:27: For those who were in imperfect environments growing up, how can they become more securely attached as adults?

40:12: How can we approach people who aren’t equally good to us?

 49:12: What would you tell a younger version of yourself?

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Jan 06 2020 · 56mins
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Securely Attached Kids with Dr. Tina Bryson

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Dr. Tina Payne Bryson is the Executive Director of the Center for Connection in Pasenda, CA, mother of three boys, and a longtime attachment researcher. Along with her coauthor, Dr. Daniel Siegel, Dr. Bryson has written numerous books including the Whole Brained Child, the Yes Brain, No Drama Discipline and the upcoming The Power of Showing Up.

If fact, if you’d like get the chance to get free copy of her The Power of Showing Up, please leave an iTunes review to enter a drawing for the book. I’ll announce the winner in the next podcast and send one along to you.

I’ve learned a lot from Dr. Bryson over the course of the last several years and was so excited to get her around the campfire to talk. I’ve not met anyone who can make the incredible advances in brain research both understandable and applicable better than Dr. Bryson.

I hope you’ll enjoy this Campfire Conversation with Dr. Tina Bryson.

Jan 03 2020 · 53mins
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#86: How to Supercharge Your Child's Brain with The Power of Secure Attachment with Dr. Tina Bryson

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One of the very best scientific predictors for how any child turns out in terms of happiness, academic success, leadership skills, and meaningful relationships is whether at least one adult in their life has consistently shown up for them.

On today’s Broken Brain Podcast, our host, Dhru, talks to Dr. Tina Bryson, the founder and executive director of The Center for Connection, a multidisciplinary clinical practice, and The Play Strong Institute, a center devoted to the study, research, and practice of play therapy through a neurodevelopmental lens.

She is a licensed clinical social worker, providing pediatric and adolescent psychotherapy and parenting consultations. Dr. Bryson keynotes conferences and conducts workshops for parents, educators, clinicians, and industry leaders around the world. She is the co-author, with Dan Siegel, of The Yes Brain and the New York Times bestsellers The Whole-Brain Child and No-Drama Discipline, as well as the upcoming Bottom Line for Baby. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Southern California and lives in Los Angeles with her husband and three children.

In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Bryson talk about what it means to be present and really show up for our kids, even if our own caregiver wasn’t really present. They discuss how to develop secure attachment in your kids and how providing a calm, safe presence can radically change how a child’s brain develops. They also talk about how every child needs to feel what Tina calls the Four S’s: safe, seen, soothed, and secure, and strategies for implementing them into your child’s daily life.  

In this episode, we dive into:

-The best predictor for how well our kids turn out is how we show up as parents (1:50)

-How the attachment between a parent and child impacts the development of a child’s brain (5:20) 

-The Strange Situation Study (7:47)

-The four attachment patterns (15:36)

-Why secure attachment is the ultimate goal in parenting (23:44) 

-A parents two primary jobs when it comes to making their kids feel safe (26:58) 

-Why traditional forms of disciple are counterproductive (32:10)

-Understanding what's really underneath your child's behavior and helping them feel seen (35:50) 

-The most powerful way to help your child in a state of distress (47:21)

-Behaviors that can manifest as adults when not feeling safe, seen, soothed and secure as a child (1:10:05)

-Where to learn more about Dr. Tina Bryson (1:25:06)

For more on Dr. Tina Bryson, be sure to follow her on Instagram @tinapaynebryson, and on Facebook @tinapaynebrysonphd. Check out her website https://www.tinabryson.com. You can find Tina’s book, The Power of Showing Up: How Parental Presence Shapes Who Our Kids Become and How Their Brains Get Wired, right here

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Dec 26 2019 · 1hr 29mins
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Dr. Tina Bryson - Nutritious Parenting & The "Yes Brain"

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Of course feeding our kids healthy food is important, but not as important as connecting with our kids. And having healthy kids starts by becoming a healthy parent. This is what I refer to as Nutritious Parenting. It has little to do with food, and more to do with providing nourishing discipline through guiding, teaching, exploring, rehearsing and sharing. And this is what Dr. Tina Bryson calls cultivating a "Yes Brain" in both parents and kids!

But this podcast isn't just for parents, and isn't just about helping children develop. The information supplied here is "nourishment" for our relationships, and teaches us each how to feed nutritious tender loving care to all those we are blessed to have in our lives.

Dr. Tina goes into to detail about parenting from a standpoint of helping our kids develop skills for coping with life problems, rather than just punishing them. And it begins with developing our skills as parents first.

We touch on sleep and how it affects the brain.
The different colors of zones (red, blue, and green) with regard to brain action, and how we can regulate and expand the right color!
We even touch on the dangers of too much screen time and more!

To learn more about Tina, check out tinabryson.com and her amazing center: thecenterforconnection.org

Find her on social media at: @tinapaynebryson

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To help others, we need to cultivate and love ourselves enough first. Then we can cultivate courageous "Yes Brains" within ourselves, that give us the capability of encouraging "yes brains" in our children and in all our relationships in general!

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Apr 23 2018 · 1hr 19mins
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