PSP Episode 004:

Are you Parenting kids who don’t talk? Here are some child therapist secrets!

For some kids it is like pulling teeth to get them to open up and talk! Here are my child therapist trade secrets!

Summary:

In this episode you will learn how to get even the most closed lipped kids to talk!

 

In this episode you will learn:

  • How we inadvertently shut down conversations with our kids.
  • Common parenting mistakes that kids complain about.
  • How to change the way you ask questions, that will actually get your child to answer more honestly.

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4 responses to “PSP 004: Parenting Kids Who Don’t Talk: A Child Therapist’s Secrets to Get Kids & Teens to Open Up”

  1. Mel B says:

    This information was very helpful my son is ADHD and has a mood disorder and Sometime as a parent I️ feel like I’m doing everything wrong. He shuts down and I️ hurts my feelings.

  2. Nancy Arroyo says:

    Thank you so much! Love your podcast… My daughter has anxiety and I’ve struggled with getting her to open up to me. I’ll definitely be applying your tips.

  3. Tara says:

    Thank you Natasha, this was short and sweet and made so much sense, I look forward to trying it out on my 3 daughters, especially my quiet middle child.

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