Podcasts

Did you know that the experts at Meghan Barlow and Associates speak at both the local and national levels - on a number of topics? Learn about some of the groups we work with or check our events calendar for upcoming talks.

Explore Podcasts by Category: Adults | Autism | Behavior | Emotional Regulation | Executive Function | Marriage and Family | Parenting | Preschoolers | School and Homework | School-Aged Children | Social Skills | Teens

Diagnosis and Special Needs Children

It’s NOT All About The Diagnosis – Podcast

Description of Presentation Meghan Barlow discusses how having a diagnosis is important because it will help determine what therapies to pursue and what services your child may need in school, but a diagnosis is only one part of your child and how all behavior cannot be attributed to a diagnosis. She also discusses how sometimes […]

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Connecting with Your Child

How to Form an Emotional Connection with Your Elementary-Aged Child (of a Child You Love) with Social Delays – Podcast

Description of Presentation Barlow explores some of the reasons children with social delays have trouble with emotional connections using Michelle Garcia Winner’s I LAUGH model. After looking at the specific sources of social delays, Barlow uses individual parent case studies to recommend options for families who are struggling with their child’s social delays. Link to Podcast

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Improving Family Functioning

Survival Strategies: How to Improve Family Functioning – Podcast

Description of Presentation Is your child’s lack of flexibility affecting the whole family? Does every transition turn into a tantrum? Do you ever wonder if you are in charge or if your child is? Sarah Saunders, MA, LPC, of Meghan Barlow and Associates, will provide practical tips to keep your sanity and improve family functioning. […]

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Bullying

Is It Really Bullying? – Podcast

Description of Presentation Meghan Barlow, PhD., of Meghan Barlow and Associates, will help parents understand bullying, acts that may look like bullying but are not, and common types of peer conflict. Parents will be taught strategies for how they can help support their children as well as how to empower their children to handle conflicts […]

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Challenging Behaviors in Children

Understanding Your Child’s Challenging Behaviors – Podcast

Description of Presentation Why can’t your child just behave? The lens you use to view your child’s behavior has vast implications for your reaction and the way you help your child. If you’re frustrated because you’ve tried everything you can think of to prevent those dramatic meltdowns and it seems like nothing at all sets […]

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Impulsivity and the school-aged child

Impulsivity in the School-aged Child – Podcast

Description of Presentation Does your child struggle with impulsive behavior and/or aggression? Does your child act before they think? Don Caserta, LISW-S gives an overview of several behavior management strategies, including: Conducting antecedent-behavior-consequence (A-B-C) analysis Using effective commands Providing positive reinforcement Helping students use the “Four Whats” to look at their behaviors Designing data recording/reinforcement […]

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Emotional Intensity in Gifted Children

Emotional Intensity in Gifted Children

Description of Presentation: Does emotional intensity go hand-in-hand with giftedness? Meghan Barlow, PhD, of Meghan Barlow and Associates, discusses why gifted children may have more extreme emotional reactions, explosions, and anxieties. Dr. Barlow provides a perspective to help families understand how their child’s intensities can be framed as strengths, tips on how families can prevent […]

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