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Podcast

This podcast series helps parents get a grip on some of the most important questions in parenting today. Tune in to hear interviews with the biggest influencers and most eminent researchers working in the areas of mental health, wellbeing, psychology and education.

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Dr Kathy Weston’s Podcast

 

This podcast series helps parents get a grip on some of the most important questions in parenting today. Tune in to hear interviews with the biggest influencers and most eminent researchers working in the areas of mental health, wellbeing, psychology and education.

 
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Episode 1 - In this episode, Dr Weston talks to Natasha Devon about how we should talk to our children about mental health, her experience of working with teens in schools and what her learning has been. She also talks about her book, A Beginner's Guide to Being Mental, an A-Z. #mentalhealth #teens #resilience #familytalk

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Episode 2 - In this episode, Dr Weston talks to one of the foremost experts on how children and young people engage in the digital world, Professor Sonia Livingstone of the London School of Economics. Topics covered: screen-time, children's use of smartphones, family use of digital technology. #digitalworld #socialmedia #screentime  

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Episode 3 - In this episode, Dr Weston talks to Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Dr Anna Conway Morris about her research into Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in children and young people.  It was an enlightening interview that highlighted the particular struggles that children who suffer from OCD face in the school environment. #OCD #learning #classrooms #mentalhealth #anxiety

Episode 4 - Dr Weston's delivers a short reflective clip on the topic of raising resilient kids. As always, her tips are evidence-based and entirely practical.

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Episode 5 - In this episode, Dr Weston talks to medical sociologist, Professor Fiona Brooks, expert in all things related to adolescence and child mental health. They discuss some good news relating to outcomes for teens nationally as well as areas of concern. Topics include: gaming, mental health, social media, pornography, parenting, self-harming, gender differences and teacher connectedness as a feature of teens' lives that is hugely beneficial to them

Episode 6 - Listen to Dr Weston as she takes you through some of the most important evidence-based facts parents need to know about young people's use of pornography. 

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Episode 7 - Dr Weston talks to Dr Hiller about sleep difficulties in school-aged children (aged 5-12). Together they cover bedtimes for children, common sleep problems, myths about sleep and share arrange of evidence-based approaches that really work.

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Episode 8 - In this episode Dr Weston talks to Professor Clarissa Smith about the concerns parents have regarding their teens accessing pornography and ways to promote healthy sexual development in our young people. 

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Episode 9 - In this episode, Dr Weston talks to the Honourable Julia Samuel MBE, author of Grief Works, about child bereavement, grief and how parents and teachers can support children and young people when someone they love passes away.

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Episode 10 - In this episode, Dr Weston talks to Professor Cathy Creswell of Oxford University about the latest research findings on childhood anxiety. They discuss the best evidence-based tips and strategies that parents should use to support their children. 

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Episode 11 - In this episode, Kathy chews the fat with the amazing Professor Dr Ger Graus OBE, Global Director of Education at KidZania. They talk about what it takes for our children to aim higher and go further.

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Episode 13 - Dr Kathy Weston talks with Dr Thomas Curran. Tune into this podcast interview with one of the top researchers in the country in the area of perfectionism: Dr Thomas Curran. Perfectionism in rising in young people; we need to understand why and get a grip on it as early as possible.

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Episode 15 - Dr Kathy Weston talks with Dr Anna Colton: Body Image, Eating Disorders, Self-Esteem and Performance Anxiety

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Episode 12 - In this episode, Kathy talks to Professor Kathryn Almack about the challenges that same sex parents (particularly lesbians) face on their parenting journeys.

Episode 14 - Dr Kathy Weston - Thought for the Day: 5 Top Tips on Transition. Transition can be an anxiety-inducing time for children and parents, but it really doesn't have to be. Listen to Dr Weston's top five tips for parents - designed to ensure successful transition from primary to secondary school.

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Episode 16 - Dr Kathy Weston on BBC Radio 4 with Mariella Frostup: Generation Anxious

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Episode 17 - In this Episode Kathy talks to Professor Tamsin Ford about her latest research exploring how parents, teachers and young people can work together to improve young people’s mental health.

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Episode 18 - In this episode, Kathy speaks to Cameron Norsworthy about Flow and talks about it in relation to raising and teaching children. Cameron, father of two children ages 2 and 5, shares his thinking on how to help children experience Flow and the benefits this provides.

 
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Episode 19 - In this episode, Kathy talks to Professor Sarah Halligan about childhood trauma and the development of PTSD in children.