For the final episode of their Back to School series, Chad and Nikki are joined by Chrissy Cox, a school principal, who explores the classroom practicality of the tips and strategies shared in episode 28, Unexpected Coping Skill, Part 1.
In the third installment of their Back to School series, Nikki and Chad share simple, effective, and sometimes surprising strategies for coping with anxiety symptoms and discuss how these work and factors to consider when deciding which might be right for your child.
In part two of their Back to School series, Nikki and Chad unpack strategies to help kids deal with the difficult people they may encounter at school or in other areas of their lives.
The new school year will be here before you know it, and to help you prepare, Nikki and Chad will be doing a short Back to School series highlighting some of the most common challenges faced by anxious kids and their families each fall.
Summer vacation season is in full swing, so for this episode, Nikki and Chad share tips for navigating childhood anxiety while traveling.
Dr. Jessica Snowden-Patel, a Clinical Child Psychologist, joins Chad and Nikki for episode 24 – ‘Psychological Evaluation 101,’ for a deep dive into the process of a psychological evaluation.
Learning your child has a mental health condition can be extremely difficult, but for many parents and caregivers, a diagnosis means ANSWERS, a direction or plan, and validation of all the struggle.
You might think mental health symptoms aren’t something to celebrate, but in episode 22 – ‘Symptom or Superpower,’ Nikki and Chad describe how mental health disorders sometimes come with, or lead to, the development of “superpowers” for children and their families.
You can find information about anything pretty much anywhere these days, but when it comes to mental health, it’s important to look for trustworthy and accurate information.
How do you know if something your child is doing is a sign of a problem, or if it’s actually a completely normal part of their development? In episode 20 of the Scrambled Podcast, Nikki and Chad share that “normal” is relative to the child and the situation.