Parenting Teens with Dr. Cam
Building respectful parent-teen relationships with Aly Pain

Building respectful parent-teen relationships with Aly Pain

June 16, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Cam talks with parenting expert and relationship coach, Aly Pain (@AlyPainStraightTalkFierceLove). 

Growing up, Aly was the smart, fun girl on the outside and a frantic, anxious mess on the inside. She spent years healing the pain of dysfunctional family relationships, including eating disorders and a suicide attempt, to break the cycle raising her own teen boys. Her passion is empowering parents to build healthy, respectful relationships with their teens without giving up or giving in, even if they've tried everything and are at their wits end.

Aly and Dr. Cam get real about:

  1. Common mistakes parents make with their teens.
  2. Your teen’s biggest fear and what’s really stressing them out.
  3. How to course correct if you’re at your wit’s end."
Parenting LGBTQ Teens with Dr. Lulu

Parenting LGBTQ Teens with Dr. Lulu

June 16, 2021

In this episode, Dr Cam talks with pediatrician turned life coach, Dr. Lulu (@Askdoctorlulu).

Dr. Lulu, who is also a mom, specializes in coaching parents of LGBTQ Kids. She helps them learn to accept, protect, nurture, and support their LGBTQ children so they can flourish and thrive without limitations or judgment.

Dr. Lulu and Dr. Cam talk about:

  1. When children start to identify their sexual orientation and gender identity.
  2. How parents can support their teens as they explore their sexual orientation and gender identity.
  3. What parents can do to ensure their LGBTQ children thrive.
Fostering Self-Confidence with Cathy Murphy

Fostering Self-Confidence with Cathy Murphy

June 7, 2021

Today on Parenting Teens with Dr. Cam I’m joined by Cathy Murphy.

 

Cathy is a Productivity & Healthy Living Coach. She helps caregivers create productive healthy living habits to achieve personal dreams, goals and aspirations while caring for loved ones.

We’ll be talking about how to help our teens set goals and build respect through our own actions.

If you enjoyed this episode and all the amazing nuggets that Cathy shared with us, please take a quick moment to comment, like, and share. This helps other parents like you find this show.

Helping couples parent as a team with Juan de Dios Garcia

Helping couples parent as a team with Juan de Dios Garcia

May 30, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Cam talks with Juan de Dios Garcia (@Garciadancer). Juan de Dios is a ballroom dance champion, entrepreneur, and couple’s coach. 

In order to show up as the parents our children need us to be we must make sure our relationship as a couple is healthy and that we’re parenting as a team.  Only when we’re on the same page, focusing on the same values and priorities can provide consistent, clear guidance to our teens. Juan de Dios is going to provide some tips on how to do that.

Dr. Cam and Juan de Dios discuss:

  • The three relationships everybody has.
  • What to do if you feel like you’re parenting in opposition with your spouse
  • How couples can feel more connected and better support one another as parents.

Juan de Dios is offering a Couples Love Challenge from May 24-29. Learn more at www.coupleslovechallenge.com

If you want to learn even more about how to connect with your teen and calm the drama, be sure to join me for the Parenting Teens Power Hour. I have an incredible lineup of experts ready to share their best tips and secrets—and it’s free. You can register at https://www.askdrcam.com/powerhour. 

If you enjoyed this episode and all the impactful tips that Brenna shared with us, please take a quick moment to rate and review. This helps other parents like you find this show. Feel free to share the love with a friend as well.    
Have a peaceful, positive, CALM day.

The most powerful way to connect with your teen with Brenna Stull

The most powerful way to connect with your teen with Brenna Stull

May 30, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Cam talks with Brenna Stull (@coachmombook) the Brand Ambassador for "Coach Mom"
Brenna is a renowned speaker, mentor, pastor’s wife and mother of seven children. She has been mentoring women for 25 years and has spoken to hundreds of Mom’s organizations on the local level as well as the MOPS International Convention. She is the brand ambassador of “Coach Mom” which she launched in 2007 and does professional coaching to moms internationally in her Coach Mom Tribe membership group. Stull is the author of "Coach Mom: 7 Strategies for Organizing Your Family into an All-Star Team" an international best-seller in eight categories in five countries.

Dr. Cam and Brenna discuss:

  1. The most powerful way to connect with your teen
  2. How to prioritize what will help your teen thrive 
  3. Tips for intentional public affirmations by the parent at key moments

Brenna is also offering free copies of her book to the first 5 audience members that request it. Go to https://www.brenna-stull.com/contact

If you want to learn even more about how to connect with your teen and calm the drama, be sure to join me for the Parenting Teens Power Hour. I have an incredible lineup of experts ready to share their best tips and secrets—and it’s free. You can register at https://www.askdrcam.com/powerhour. 

If you enjoyed this episode and all the impactful tips that Brenna shared with us, please take a quick moment to rate and review. This helps other parents like you find this show. Feel free to share the love with a friend as well.    
Have a peaceful, positive, CALM day.

How to Help Teens Succeed in School with StudyPro

How to Help Teens Succeed in School with StudyPro

May 24, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Cam talks with Deborah A Rosen and Lindsey Thoms the owners of The StudyPro.

StudyPro (www.TheStudyPro.com) is an executive function and study skills center in McLean, VA. They work with students to help them better manage the “process” of school. This means helping students become better planners, time managers, initiators, organizers, and completers of work. Most students aren’t taught these skills, yet they are so deeply needed to be successful at school and throughout their careers.  

Dr. Cam talks with Debbie and Lindsey about:

  • How parents can best support their teens with their schoolwork.
  • The role executive functions (EF) play in student learning.
  • What parents want to stop doing to avoid unnecessary stress.

If you want to learn even more about how to connect with your teen and calm the drama, be sure to join me for the Parenting Teens Power Hour. I have an incredible lineup of experts ready to share their best tips and secrets—and it’s free. You can register at https://www.askdrcam.com/powerhour. 

If you enjoyed this episode and all the impactful tips that Debbie and Lindsey shared with us, please take a quick moment to rate and review. This helps other parents like you find this show. Feel free to share the love with a friend as well.    

Have a peaceful, positive, CALM day.

Empowering our teens with Giselle Mascarenhas

Empowering our teens with Giselle Mascarenhas

May 23, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Cam talks with Giselle Mascarenhas (@theinstaprofessor) a branding coach, mom, and soon to be grandma!

Giselle, also known as the branding professor, has been on a mission to empower women since 2009. Her superpower is helping those of us unsure about social media find out footing and learn how to extract our magic to create a purpose-driven brand and share in a way that our core clients can feel relief knowing we exist. She is personally responsible for encouraging me to do this show!!! Her unique perspective and talents have been featured in Yahoo.Finance, Thrive Global, and Buzzfeed. Giselle teaches on a global scale, including the women’s organization Femcity and has courses, programs, and tips at https://library.boldinstatute.com.

Dr. Cam and Giselle discuss:

  1. The power of listening without offering a teaching moment.
  2. The power of including your teens in important decisions.
  3. The importance of validating what your teens are feeling to build trust and empowering them to be free to express themselves.

 

Connect with Giselle Mascarenhas

Website | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter

 

If you want to learn even more about how to connect with your teen and calm the drama, be sure to join me for the Parenting Teens Power Hour. I have an incredible lineup of experts ready to share their best tips and secrets—and it’s free. You can register at https://www.askdrcam.com/powerhour.

If you enjoyed this episode and all the impactful tips that Giselle shared with us, please take a quick moment to rate and review. This helps other parents like you find this show. Feel free to share the love with a friend as well.

Fathers and teen daughters with Aaron Wandtke

Fathers and teen daughters with Aaron Wandtke

May 20, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Cam talks with Aaron Wandtke, the Founder and President of Executive Staffing Solutions (ESS).

Aaron also started Purpose and Wisdom Coaches, which is focused on entrepreneurs and leaders who want to impact their companies, teams, families, and communities.

Most importantly, as a father of four daughters, Aaron wants to help us inspire our own daughters to be leaders and make their lives more purposeful.

Dr. Cam and Aaron discuss:

  • How addressing our limiting beliefs impacts our parenting skills.
  • How to define our role as a parent.
  • The importance of adjusting our parenting style for each child.

Connect with Aaron Wandtke

Website | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn

 

Connect with Dr. Cam at www.AskDrCam.com/contact.

 

If you want to learn even more about how to connect with your teen and calm the drama, be sure to join me for the Parenting Teens Power Hour. I have an incredible lineup of experts lined up to share their best tips and secrets—and it’s free. You can register here.

 

If you enjoyed this episode and all the impactful tips that Aaron shared with us, please take a quick moment to rate and review. This helps other parents like you find this show. Feel free to share the love with a friend as well.

Building teen resiliency with Scott Jennens, Resilient Youth Australia

Building teen resiliency with Scott Jennens, Resilient Youth Australia

May 14, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Cam talks with Scott Jennens from Resilient Youth Australia.

 

Scott has taught for over 30 years, primarily with students experiencing social, emotional, and behavioral problems. For the past 3 years, Scott has been the Partnerships Manager for Resilient Youth Australia.

Resilient Youth Australia has conducted wellbeing surveys in schools and captured the responses of nearly 400,000 young people. Scott believes that being Connected, Protected and Respected is the key to developing resilience in young people.

Dr. Cam and Scott discuss:

  • How to help our teens become more resilient.
  • How to best support a teen struggling in school.
  • Why it’s important teens feel Connected, Protected, and Respected.

Scott is offering a free 69-page eBook '101 Resilience Building Ideas, packed with practical tips to help improve resilience at school and home.

 

If you want to learn even more about how to connect with your teen and calm the drama, be sure to join me for the Parenting Teens Power Hour. I have an incredible lineup of experts lined up to share their best tips and secrets—and it’s free. You can register at https://www.askdrcam.com/powerhour.

 

If you enjoyed this episode and all the impactful tips that Scott shared with us, please take a quick moment to rate and review. This helps other parents like you find this show. Feel free to share the love with a friend as well.

Should you share your mental health with your teen? with Ross Szabo

Should you share your mental health with your teen? with Ross Szabo

May 1, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Cam talks with Ross Szabo, Wellness Director at Geffen Academy at UCLA/CEO and CEO of the Human Power Project.

As an award-winning pioneer of the youth mental health movement, Ross is actively changing the way communities learn about mental health. During his 8 years as Director of Outreach at the National Mental Health Awareness Campaign, he helped create the first youth mental health speakers’ bureau in the country and personally spoke to over one million people. He’s also the author of Behind Happy Faces; Taking Charge of Your Mental Health and A Kid’s Book About Anxiety.

Ross and Dr. Cam discuss:

  • How to talk about mental health with our teens
  • How to normalize the concept of mental health with our teens
  • The importance of knowing and sharing our family’s mental health history
  • How to discern between depressed vs sad and anxious vs nervous.
  • What to do if we’re concerned about our teen’s mental health.

Connect with Ross Szabo

Website | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube

Connect with Dr. Cam at www.AskDrCam.com

If you want to learn even more about how to connect with your teen and calm the drama, be sure to join me for the Parenting Teens Power Hour. I have an incredible group of experts lined up to share their best tips and secrets—and it’s free. You can register at https://www.askdrcam.com/powerhour.

If you enjoyed this episode and all the impactful tips that Ross shared with us, please take a quick moment to rate and review. This helps other parents like you find this show. Feel free to share the love with a friend as well.

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