Bullying Prevention : How Parents Can Help Prevent Bullying

September 8, 2015
I would like to introduce our guest. He is Roy Baldwin. Roy has the honor of being married to his best friend, Karen, and leading and loving his three children. Roy has worked with at-risk youth and parents for over 20 years in different settings. From the streets of New York City as a Family Advocate to the countryside of Central PA as a surrogate parent with his wife and as an administrator at a therapeutic foster care agency, Roy has experienced first hand the challenges of today’s family. He speaks quite frequently on bullying and he’s hear today to dive into that subject.

How can a parent tell if there child is being bullied? What are some obvious (and non-obvious) signs?

What can a parent do about a bullied child?

What if your child is the one doing the bullying?

My child sees a kid being bullied, what’s a good response to teach them to do?

Cyberbulling - how does a parent deal with that?

What are some good resources for parents to learn more about bullying?

More information and resources at parentingacademy.com

Parenting Kids in Youth Sports

September 2, 2015

Parents, should kids get participation trophies in youth sports? Should little league teams be allowed to throw games to gain an advantage? Parenting kids in sports in today’s world is tough. In this episode of the Parenting Academy podcast you are going to hear from a youth sports coach on how coaches, parents, and players can (and should) act. 

Today's Guest: Ryan Clark
Ryan Clark is a youth baseball coach. Ryan grew up playing baseball from the little leagues to college. He’s here to offer some advice on a youth sports.

Links from this episode:
Parenting Academy - http://www.parentingacademy.com

Communication Tips for Parents

July 31, 2015

In this episode we talk with Keith Dorscht from The Communication Cure about communication tips for parents. This is something ALL parents can benefit from.