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Parenting Beyond Discipline

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Parenting Beyond Discipline

Erin Royer, MA Clinical Psychology, Child Development Specialist

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Erin Royer, MA Psy. is the go-to expert on all things parenting and child development for today’s common challenges. Her parenting podcast covers way more than just discipline. She dives into topics such as self-esteem, development and health, modern parenting issues and even education. Erin is not just knowledgeable but also relatable, warm, and sometimes even funny. https://www.yourvillageonline.com
 
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We work hard to guide our kids in developing a strong sense of self and solid self confidence. But the world is full of influences and messages that, as kids age, we will have less and less ability to control. So how can we help our kids navigate these and learn to protect their own positive sense of self? In this episode Erin talks with guest Melo…
 
Did you know there are fundamental outcomes for each stage/age to support your child's development of self-confidence? Self esteem is a fundamental component to life happiness and success. It helps us weather life's ups and downs with more ease and skill. This episode covers the critical components children develop at each age/stage of their childh…
 
I made a huge mistake this past year, both a parenting and a personal one. In this episode I share not only my mistake but the other common mistakes we parents often make that can affect how effectively we parent and live in all areas of our lives, as well as guidance to avoid these mistakes so we can show up better, stronger, more patient, and mor…
 
Bonding is the vehicle by which we form and maintain strong attachments in relationships. This is something we do all throughout life, and therefore all throughout our children's childhood (and beyond), not just in the first months or years. The ways we bond will change as our children grow and they will respond better to different ways of bonding …
 
How do you help your young child learn to follow rules and expectations in school when you aren't there? A dad feels in over his head in helping his bright and precocious daughter make better choices when he's not there to guide her. Erin gives some great insight into this issue, guidance and ideas for making this situation better for everyone, inc…
 
What does it take to raise a child who is confident, kind, and responsible, a child who you know will make good choices and will grow into the amazing person they are meant to be, even as they start to venture out more on their own? Meet my son Carter, 13 (almost 14) with big goals and dreams, scholar, musician, athlete and all-around really nice k…
 
Play is so much more than just a stress break! Play is the basis for development and growth: emotional, social, cognitive, physical and language, especially in the earlier years. But play benefits kids learning and development way later than we might think. Learn about the benefits of play and how to create an environment at home and school that gi…
 
What is the one things all kids need to thrive? Love? of course! But there is something else all kids need that isn't always easy to see, understand or give when they are pushing our buttons, when they are struggling with the bigger parts of their personality. This one thing all kids, need is key to raising confident, happy kinds who thrive in the …
 
KJ know as @gentlehealingmom, has built a community of over 100,000 followers on Instagram due to her incredible content and authentic bravery to which so many parents can relate. KJ is on a journey to heal her childhood trauma and parent differently. Because I relate so much to her experience, our conversation is deep and rich, as she shares some …
 
Toddlers can be so incredibly resourceful and shrewd, which is great when it comes to problem-solving but maddening for a parent trying to set boundaries and expectations. What do you do when discipline tools don't work? During this holiday week, we're bringing back the most downloaded episode of all time, where Erin gives the steps and tools to pl…
 
Every parent knows from the earliest day that their child(ren) are unique individuals. Ask any parent to describe their child, even in late infancy and early toddlerhood and they'll give you the most amazing adjectives: curious, friendly, creative, funny, precocious, persistent, brave, social...Parents today want to support their children to develo…
 
TEDx Speaker and author Heather Chauvin was dying to be a good mother and it almost killed her, literally. Hear her inspirational story of transformation of mindset to understanding one not need to be "perfect" to be a great parent. She shares her wisdom of learning to align her work and parenthood with her deeper purpose and the courageous convers…
 
It's hard to say "no" even when we know it's for the best, whether it's because of not wanting to deal with big reactions, or see our kids upset or experience their negative feelings towards us. There are ways to make these messages not just easier to deliver but also easier for our kids to hear and accept. In this episode I share my 3 best tips fo…
 
How do you help guide a child who has a big aspect to their personality? Big emotions? Big excitement? Deep feelings? Big ideas? Deeply passionate? As parents we are well aware of expectations at school and out in the world. But the amazing part about children is that their "big" stuff is raw, authentic, and genuine. How do we help them balance the…
 
A mom with a 6 year old hasn't set up any discipline or expectations in the home as of yet. She feels so overwhelmed now, she doesn't know where to start. At some point or another, we all feel like we fall behind in our parenting. Between life changes or stressors or things with our kids that just blindside us. In this episode I share what we want …
 
This really is a must-listen episode for any parent who want to offer the best school experience for their child that they possibly can. Whether your kids are still really young or already in school, you will want to listen to today's episode with Dr. Eric Chagala. He is a multi-award winning educator with a heart of gold, dedicated to giving kids …
 
Parents know, letting fear stop us can really hold us back in life. We can each think of a time in childhood we wish we had overcome, or overcome the fear sooner and stepped into being more brave. Being brave doesn't mean we aren't afraid. Being brave means we feel the fear and do it anyway. As adults we know the great benefits of pushing ourselves…
 
Even though parenting goals are going to differ, most parent share the common goal to build and maintain a relationship with their child(ren) of trust, safety and connection. This means creating and maintaining the relationship in such a way that our kids want to come to us with their problems and struggles, that they feel safe with us to share the…
 
Anger in parenting often feels so loaded & unacceptable. But every emotion has a purpose. Learning how to accept them, hear the message they are sending and then use them for the positive is what emotional competence is all about. In this episode I cover how we can learn to accept, tune in, process and use our anger as a parent for positive introsp…
 
Negativity in kids can show up in 2 ways, what appears to be opposition or refusal and negative self-talk/self-sabotage. These two are actually linked and can be greatly reduced with one change in approach. I cover this along with additional specific tips for helping kids overcome negative self-talk and self-sabotage. Gobble: https://www.gobble.com…
 
It seems like guilt in parenting is just par for the course. We come into this journey with so many expectations, hopes, and goals about the way we will parent, but when the reality of day-to-day parenting sets in, we often feel we are falling way short on so many fronts. So in this episode I'm here to help you more realistically assess your expect…
 
When toddlers & kids set boundaries, it can often come across as rude and off-putting. Believe or not, many times kids are actually setting healthy boundaries for themselves, just not using the best skillset! In this episode I discuss what healthy boundaries for kids sound like and what areas are common and healthy to support, so you can make room …
 
If you want to learn one simple tool, that builds healthy self-esteem, a growth mindset, a sense of independence & responsibility, and improves cooperation, for kids of all ages, this is a not-to-miss episode! This is my favorite tool because it does so much and it's so simple! Episode Sponsor: https://www.littlespoon.com CODE: PARENTING50 for 50% …
 
Toddlers aren't the only ones who have big feelings. Kids of all ages and adults too, have big feelings. Emotional competence is the key to managing these feelings in positive ways. Emotional competence or intelligence is the a keystone to a life of happiness and success. So helping our kids develop this is a huge gift. Learn the 4 key parts to emo…
 
Toddler behavior can be overwhelming and even baffling. In this episode I share some basics of toddler behavior so you can more easily decode it, as well as ideas for improvement. Once we can decode it, we can make a plan for improvement. But we have to take several factors into consideration. Learn what these factors are, tools for decoding toddle…
 
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