With Psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Adams  You’re not failing: Working from home full time, parenting full time and educating your child full time is impossible– The math simply does not add up. That being said, there are some strategies that you can implement to help you cope and manage this wild west of parenting. Covid has […]

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Coping with Covid

Mar 25, 2020

With Therapist Bryana Kappa Covid 19 has presented parents with some of the most challenging circumstances to navigate. Many are feeling the weight of trying to work from home, while also trying to homeschool and do all of the other adulting tasks in between. Join Bryana Kappa of @southbaymommyandme as we discuss ways to set […]

With Speech and Language Pathologist Carly Tulloch After you unsure if your child is meeting their speech milestones? Do you wonder what red flags to monitor regarding your child’s speech? Are you curious about how you can help support your child’s early language development? Carly Tulloch, speech and language pathologist and founder of Weetalkers joins […]

With Psychotherapist Jessica Vanderwier Do you struggle with your child’s behaviour? Do you question when to consequence or how to respond appropriately? Do you feel like you are lacking the tools you need to regulate yourself and/or your child during power struggles or meltdowns? In today’s episode registered psychotherapist Jessica Vanderwier is here to discuss […]

Mommy Burnout

Feb 26, 2020

With Psychologist Dr. Ashurina Ream Do you feel like you are running on empty? Are you in need of rest but don’t know where to start? Motherhood is a day in, day out commitment that easily lends itself to burnout. Join this week’s episode where @psychedmommy Dr. Ashurain Ream and I discuss how to recognize […]

With Occupational Therapist Dr. Allie Ticktin with Occupational Therapists Dr. Allie Ticktin Do you ever wonder if your child has sensory sensitivities? Do you feel like your child gets overstimulated?  Are you curious about how to foster your child’s independence in play and problem-solving? In this episode occupational therapist, Dr. Allie Tickin teaches us about […]

With Psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Adams  Are you overwhelmed by the polarizing opinions about baby sleep? Have you been shamed for your choice to co-sleep or your choice to sleep train your baby? Dr. Elizabeth Adams joins the podcast today to help us understand the research around these sleep approaches to help you make informed decisions […]

With Reproductive Psychiatrist Dr. Pooja Lakshmin I often get asked, “What causes postpartum depression and is there a way to prevent it?” Reproductive psychiatrist Dr. Pooja Lakshmin and I dive deep into these questions and explore the idea of prevention. In this episode, you will learn about what situations, life experience or clinical conditions that […]

With Doula Sabia Wade  Did you know that women of colour are at 3-4 times greater risk of dying in childbirth in North America than white women? And it has nothing to do with their socioeconomic status, education and so on. This is a major problem, one that white people — especially white providers– need […]

With Psychologist Dr. Dan Singley Do you wonder whether fathers can experience postpartum depression or anxiety? Women often feel like their postpartum support misses the mark, but dad’s are often left out of the conversation entirely. Dad’s go through a profound identity shift alongside mothers and Dr. Dan Singley is here to help unpack the […]