Parenting The Adlerian Way
148: Morgan Crew Discusses Her Adlerian-based “PREVAIL – Prove Your Power” Program For Parents
Always fantastic to interview my fellow Adlerians who are creating important curriculum for the public. In this episode, I talk to Morgan Crew who is a single mother of two (ages 17 and 20), a registered nurse as well as a registered psychotherapist and mental health educator. She has created a program to help teach mental health skills in an upstream manner, rather than waiting for a crisis. It’s great for parents, but also for teens and parents to take together!
Connecting with Morgan:
Therapy practice website is www.morgancrewcounselling.ca
PREVAIL course can be found at: www.prevailproveyourpower.ca
email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Instagram is @morgancrew.ca
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155: From Chaos to Calm: 5 Ways Busy Parents Can Break Free From Overwhelm51:11Jenna Hermans has used her own extensive training and personal parenting experience to write a book for overwhelmed parents. In this podcast Jenna shares her story and gives us the highlights of the 5 tips we should all incorporate into our family lives for more calm in 2024. Links mentioned in the show: On IG @JennazhermansWebsite https://jennahermans.com Buy her book at a local book seller or online here: From Chaos to Calm
154: Alfred Adler’s History and Evolution of Parenting Theory with Dr Marina Bluvshtein01:20:19Dr Marina Bluvshtein is a renowned researcher and archivist of Adler’s life. She shares how the events of his life shaped the development of his theory we know as Individual Psychology. In this conversation, Marina shares Adler’s own parenting journey and how his theory, and that of Rudolf Dreikurs, came together to still be an evolving, optimistic parenting model. Links mentioned in the show: Learn more about the Adlerian Summer School known as ICASSI Check out the offerings at the Adler Academy of MinnesotaAnd write directly to Dr Bluvshtein at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about Adlerian training events in Chicago, Vancouver and online. On social media, you can find Dr Bluvshtein on FB.
153: Parenting Q & A with Alyson Schafer24:29Q1. 6 year old hits and gets angry when he doesn’t get his wayQ2. 7 year old tells “creative stories” about how his day was (aka lying). Q3. 2.5 year old is defiant with screaming fits esp on waking in the night.Looking for more Adlerian wisdom? Check out The Daily Adler Newsletter and The Daily Adler Podcast. If you have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast, email me at email@example.com Check out more free parenting advice on my blog at www.alysonschafer.com Sign up for my monthly newsletter at www.alysonschafer.com and receive a free “Home Responsibilities by Age” checklist.
152: A Peaceful World Starts At Home50:59The Adlerian father/daughter duo Ted Wohlfarth and Marjie Longshore talk about their impressive work in using games and play to create unique experiences for developing the skills and felt experiences needed to help build peaceful, win-win relationships. You’ll hear how their game methods and unique scoring system can be useful at home, in the classroom, the workplace and indeed anywhere people gather. Check out The Family Leadership Center website And social media FB Or on IG @the_4cfamilyIf you would like to support the work of The Family Leadership Center which is a non-profit organization, you can donate to their “A Peaceful World Starts At Home” campaign that furthers their work. Check out the free games and resources at EnTeam’s websiteHere is the summary of some of EnTeam’s corporate success stories:https://familyleadershipcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Manufacturing-Plant-Turnaround.pdfhttps://familyleadershipcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/International-Pharmaceutical-Company-.pdfhttps://familyleadershipcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Electric-Power-Plant-Teamwork.pdfAnd follow EnTeams on social media FBLinkedIn
151: AI Is Here To Stay - What Do Parents Need To Know?51:14How much do you know about AI? Are you prepared to talk to your kids about it? How will it impact them? How do you respond when the school emails you to share that your child plagiarized a paper using AI? Thankfully, Adlerian Valerie Tih of JoyFULL Coaching has the answer parents are looking for! FREE Download: Top 10 Tips for Navigating AI with your Childhttps://mailchi.mp/a04b5ed1d560/alyson Enneagram course:https://joyfullcoaching.ca/the-enneagram-unplugged-course/Use code “Alyson” for 20% offEnneagram Discovery Package:https://joyfullcoaching.ca/coaching/https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/enneagram-discover-package-tickets-644373918737?aff=oddtdtcreatorUse code “Alyson” for 20% off Follow Val and JoyFULL Coaching on social here:Facebook https://www.facebook.com/JoyfullCoaching IG https://www.instagram.com/joyfullcoaching/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/valerietih/
150: Parenting Q & A with Alyson Schafer23:16Q1. Kindergartener doesn’t want to go to school and explodes.Q2. Even with all the Adlerian approaches, 10 and 12 yr old sisters still fight.Looking for more Adlerian wisdom? Check out The Daily Adler Newsletter and The Daily Adler Podcast. If you have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Check out more free parenting advice on my blog at www.alysonschafer.com Sign up for my monthly newsletter at www.alysonschafer.com and receive a free “Home Responsibilities by Age” checklist.
149: Supporting Twice-Exceptional / Neurodivergent Children43:55I am excited to share my conversation with two-time Fulbright Scholar Sam Young M.Ed., a neurodivergent educator, as we discussed issues such as masking, the pitfalls of deficiency models and the importance of strength-based talent development. In the podcast Sam mentioned the great Sir Kenneth Robinson TED Talk, “Do schools kill creativity?” so I am including that link here: https://youtu.be/iG9CE55wbtY?si=_bROeNrtJqEcp_kAYou can also look at the online classes and resources at Young Scholar’s Academy, the school that “Mr. Sam” runs as an adjunct to their main educational outlet. His courses can be found here.