DiscoverScience Backed Solutions for Children’s ADHD, Executive Functioning and Anxiety Dysregulation
Science Backed Solutions for Children’s ADHD, Executive Functioning and Anxiety Dysregulation
Claim Ownership

Science Backed Solutions for Children’s ADHD, Executive Functioning and Anxiety Dysregulation

Author: Dr. Roseann Capanna Hodge

Subscribed: 28,867Played: 246,063
Share

Description

Parenting comes with joys and challenges. If you are a mom or dad with a child or teen who is struggling with everyday life or clinical issues like ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Executive Functioning, Anxiety, OCD, Depression or Mood, or Lyme and PANS/PANDAS, then you need solutions. If you have seen Dr. Roseann on TV, then you know she doesn’t shy away from real talk about real problems. She gives parents the science-backed keys to unlocking big and small kid and family issues. Blending hope with science, Dr. Roseann teaches parents how to calm the brain to have a happy family. https://drroseann.com
214 Episodes
Reverse
As parents, our primary concern is always the well-being and development of our kids. With this nurturing instinct, we naturally seek to expose them to a variety of experiences and opportunities, including sports. However, despite our best intentions, there are times when our kids may resist participating in sports.Today, we explore the factors that might influence a kid's reluctance to engage in sports, aiming to uncover insights that can guide us in supporting their interests and well-being effectively.Discover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com. Help your child thrive and empower your parenting journey with our Self-Regulation Mastery Blueprint + Calm Brain Community: https://drroseann.com/selfregmasteryFor additional resources, check out the following:●      https://drroseann.com/dysregulated-behavior-in-kids/●      http://www.drroseann.com/podcast●      http://www.drroseann.com/magnesium●      http://www.drroseann.com/calmpemf
School avoidance anxiety often builds over time, leading to a state where children may struggle to articulate their feelings beyond expressing a strong refusal to attend school. As parents, it's important to take a step back, look for the signs, and initiate conversations to understand what might be causing your children's distress. This proactive approach can help identify underlying issues and facilitate effective support strategies to address their anxiety and promote their well-being.And so, for this episode, we'll delve deeper into the unseen reasons behind school avoidance, exploring factors that may not be immediately apparent but significantly impact children's reluctance to attend school. By shedding light on these reasons, we aim to provide insights and strategies to support both children and parents in managing school avoidance effectively, fostering a positive and supportive school experience for every child.Discover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com. Help your child thrive and empower your parenting journey with our Self-Regulation Mastery Blueprint + Calm Brain Community: https://drroseann.com/selfregmasteryFor additional resources, check out the following:●      Dysregulated Behavior in kids●      Podcast●      Magnesium●      Calmpemf●      What to do when your child refuses to go to school
Nowadays, children are glued to their devices more than ever before. Whether it's for socializing, entertainment, or learning, screens have become a central part of their daily lives. And the reality is that this has intensified in the wake of the pandemic, where remote learning and limited social interactions pushed many children towards digital alternatives for communication and entertainment.That's why in this episode, we'll delve deeper into the reason behind why children often react with anger when asked to step away from their devices. Understanding these dynamics is crucial so as to better support our children's emotional and developmental needs. Discover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com. Help your child thrive and empower your parenting journey with our Self-Regulation Mastery Blueprint + Calm Brain Community: https://drroseann.com/selfregmasteryFor additional resources, check out the following:●      Dysregulated Behavior in Kids●      Podcast●      Magnesium●      Calmpemf
Sometimes, despite our best efforts, we find ourselves at a loss trying to understand why our teens and children are irritable. It can be frustrating when their moods seem unpredictable or when they react strongly to seemingly minor issues. We may wonder if it's something we did wrong or if there's a deeper underlying cause we're missing.By seeking to understand the reasons behind our teens' and children's irritability, we empower ourselves to be more effective parents and caregivers, fostering their emotional growth and well-being in the process. So let's take a step back and embark on a journey of understanding and nurturing, aiming to empower ourselves and our children towards greater emotional well-being.Discover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com.Help your child thrive and empower your parenting journey with our Self-Regulation Mastery Blueprint + Calm Brain Community: https://drroseann.com/selfregmasteryFor additional resources, check out the following:●      Dysregulated Behavior in Kids●      Podcast●      Magnesium●      Calmpemf
Dishonesty is something that we, as parents, often struggle to understand and manage. We invest so much time and energy into teaching our children the importance of honesty and integrity, so when they lie, it can feel disheartening. However, it's crucial to recognize that such dishonesty in children is often a symptom of deeper issues rather than a simple act of defiance.By creating a supportive environment, we can encourage our kids to be truthful and confident in expressing themselves, leading to healthier and more trusting relationships. Join me in another episode of decoding your child's behavior and let's uncover ways to build a nurturing environment that promotes honesty, self-confidence, and open communication.Discover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com. Help your child thrive and empower your parenting journey with our Self-Regulation Mastery Blueprint + Calm Brain Community: https://drroseann.com/selfregmasteryJoin our Facebook group and connect with other parents and access valuable insights and strategies. You can join now at https://drroseann.com/group.For additional resources, check out the following:●      Dysregulated Behavior in Kids●      Podcast●      Magnesium●      Calmpemf
More often than not, parents expect their kids to be perfect, which shouldn't be the case. This expectation sets unrealistic standards that can place immense pressure on children, hindering their natural curiosity and willingness to take risks. And when children feel they can never meet these high expectations, it can lead to frustration and anger, manifesting in frequent outbursts and challenging behavior.In this episode, we’ll be discussing all about the eye-opening reasons behind why kids and teenagers get angry, and what you can do about it. From understanding the triggers of anger to exploring effective strategies for managing it, let me help you gain practical insights that can make a real difference in your family dynamics.Discover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com. Help your child thrive and empower your parenting journey with our Self-Regulation Mastery Blueprint + Calm Brain Community: https://drroseann.com/selfregmasteryFor additional resources, check out the following:●      Dysregulated Behavior in Kids●      Podcast●      Magnesium●      Calmpemf●      Emotional Dysregulation in Child
Children swearing shouldn't always be seen as entirely negative. Sometimes, it's their way of expressing feelings or dealing with challenges. Understanding why they swear helps adults, especially parents, respond with empathy and guidance rather than just discipline.This episode focuses on better understanding children's swearing behavior. By approaching swearing with empathy and open communication, parents can guide children towards more appropriate language use while respecting their developmental need to explore language boundaries.Help your child thrive and empower your parenting journey with our Self-Regulation Mastery Blueprint + Calm Brain Community: https://drroseann.com/selfregmasteryDiscover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com. For additional resources, check out the following:●      Dysregulated Behavior in Kids●     Podcast●      Magnesium●      Calmpemf 
It's not uncommon for parents to feel overwhelmed or at a loss when it comes to understanding and managing their children's behaviors. And often, this difficulty stems from a lack of knowledge about the underlying reasons behind such behaviors. This lack of understanding can lead to frustration and uncertainty, making it challenging for parents to respond effectively and support their children's emotional and developmental needs.That's why I'm here to help you navigate this complex terrain with my most-requested "Behavior Decoded" series. Let's dive in and together, we’ll start decoding the messages behind the behavior of your child.Join our Facebook group and connect with other parents and access valuable insights and strategies. You can join now at https://drroseann.com/group.Discover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com. Help your child thrive and empower your parenting journey with our Self-Regulation Mastery Blueprint + Calm Brain Community: https://drroseann.com/selfregmasteryFor additional resources, check out the following:●      Dysregulated Behavior in Kids●      Podcast●      Magnesium●      Calmpemf
Executive functioning skills are like the toolbox your child uses to stay organized, focused, and on top of tasks. These skills encompass a range of abilities, including planning, organizing, time management, impulse control, and working memory. When children have strong executive functioning skills, they can tackle schoolwork more effectively, manage their time wisely, regulate their emotions, and adapt to new situations with greater ease. This episode focuses on exploring the number one strategy to nurture and enhance criticalexecutive functioning skills in children. We'll delve into actionable strategy to empower children to succeed academically, regulate their emotions, and navigate challenges with confidence and ease. By incorporating executive function, self-control, and flexible thinking into our executive functioning strategies, we aim to build executive functioning abilities and organizational skills in children. These strategies are designed to enhance mental processes and support academic achievement, providing children with the tools they need to thrive in various aspects of their lives.Discover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com. For more information, check out the following posts:●      Executive-functioning●      Eftoolkit●      Time blindness●      504 for executive functioning●      Executive functioning●      37 ways to help a child with executive functioning issues
Modern parenting comes with its own set of stressful experiences, and as parents, we often find ourselves thinking about the simpler times of the past. Today’s children are under significant pressure regarding their education and future, which triggers their stress responses. This constant pressure can impact their mental and emotional well-being in various ways.That is why in this episode, we delve into effective supplements for stress management. These supplements serve as more than just remedies for symptoms; they are essential tools in promoting resilience and mental wellness. Let us uncover everything behind these supplements to enhance your stress management toolkit.●      Anxiety●      Clinical guide anxiety●      5 surprising ways magnesium helps adhd anxiety ocd and depression●      7 supplements for anxiety●      Inositol for mental health evidence based benefits ●      Anxiety coping skills for teens●      Natural anxiety relief for kids
Finding effective ways to regulate the nervous system and manage stress is important when it comes to maintaining one's overall well-being. One promising therapy gaining traction in the field of holistic health is Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy which utilizes electromagnetic fields to target and modulate the body's cellular functions, offering a non-invasive and drug-free solution for nervous system regulation and stress management.In this episode, we will explore the science behind PEMF therapy and its benefits for nervous system regulation and stress management. Whether you're seeking relief from chronic stress, anxiety, or simply looking to optimize your nervous system function, PEMF therapy offers a promising avenue for achieving holistic well-being. Let us uncover the potential of PEMF therapy as a tool for achieving balance and resilience in an increasingly stressful world.Discover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr.Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com. For more information, check out the following posts:●      Pemf therapy how it helps the brain●      Pemf for anxiety ocd and depression●      25 surprising things you didnt know about pemf
In today's fast-paced and often stress-ridden society, the concept of emotional intelligence can sometimes be overshadowed by discussions of anxiety and coping mechanisms. However, its significance in shaping the lives of children and preparing them for the challenges of adulthood cannot be overstated. As parents, we have a significant influence to make a profound difference in the lives of our children by prioritizing their emotional well-being and fostering a supportive environment where emotional intelligence can flourish. As such, in this episode, we'll focus on nurturing emotional development to instill self-confidence, self-love, and holistic success in our children, extending beyond academic achievements to encompass all facets of their lives.Discover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com. For more information, check out the following posts:●      Self regulation and emotional intelligence●      Dysregulated kids●      Fostering emotional regulation●      Social skills emotional regulation tips
Understanding and nurturing the potential of gifted children can be both exhilarating and challenging for parents. And as parents witness the remarkable abilities and unique talents of their gifted children, they often grapple with the responsibility of providing the appropriate support and opportunities for their development. Today's discussion revolves around giftedness, particularly understanding and nurturing the potential of gifted children. Whether you're a parent wondering if your child might be gifted or you're simply marveling at their brightness and seeking ways to support them, this is perfect for you. Discover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com. For more information, check out the following posts:●      132 gifted and adhd with karen●      Gifted vs adhd●      Over focused adhd what does it mean to hyperfocus
The rising number of cases of anxiety among children, teenagers, and young adults is a growing concern for parents, educators, and healthcare professionals alike.  Addressing this issue is not just about alleviating symptoms but about fostering a healthier, more resilient generation. And as anxiety becomes more prevalent, it becomes crucial for us to understand its roots and find effective strategies to help our children cope and thrive. Let's dive into the different strategies to help your child overcome anxiety. By applying these practical tips, every parent can help reduce anxiety, promote calm. These are also beneficial in creating a supportive environment that fosters resilience for your children.For more information, check out the following posts:●      Anxiety●      Clinical guide anxiety●      5 surprising ways magnesium helps adhd anxiety ocd and depression ●      7 supplements for anxiety●      Inositol for mental health evidence based benefits ●      Anxiety coping skills for teens●      Natural anxiety relief for kids
Anxiety and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) often overlap, resulting in confusion, misdiagnoses, and inadequate support for individuals struggling with these conditions. By acknowledging the complexity of these overlapping symptoms, we can foster a more supportive environment that addresses the unique needs of individuals navigating both conditions.This episode sheds light on the common symptoms and challenges faced by individuals dealing with both conditions. Additionally, we delve into anxiety in children mimicking ADHD, exploring how stress and worry can manifest as attentional difficulties.For more information, you may check out the following:●      5 Surprising ways magnesium helps adhd anxiety ocd and depression ●      Anxiety●      Clinical guide anxiety●      129 stress anxiety and mood 10 ways how magnesium helps the brain●      Adhd and anxiety
Parenting anxious teens can feel overwhelming, especially when you're unsure how to support them. However, incorporating calm brain tools into your parenting approach can make a significant difference as it creates a safe and comforting environment for your teens to express their feelings. Moreover, these tools can help foster trust and understanding, showing them that they're not alone in their struggles.If you're seeking effective parenting techniques tailored to supporting your anxious teenagers, then this episode is precisely what you need. I’m delighted to have Nancy McDermott, a seasoned clinical therapist, on board to share her wealth of knowledge and expertise. Together, we delve into a comprehensive discussion aimed at equipping parents with the tools and insights necessary to navigate the unique challenges posed by anxiety.For additional resources, you may check out the following:●      Natural supplements for anxious teens●      Best magnesium lessen anxious thoughts●      Anxiety coping skills for teens●      What is the best pemf device for children and teens●      AnxietyDiscover science-backed mental health solutions and gain valuable insights from Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge by exploring the resources available at www.drroseann.com.
Anxiety has become the number one clinical condition among adults in the United States, even surpassing mood disorders. The sad reality is that it is increasingly common in children, with the average onset age being six, which is why natural solutions for anxiety in children and teens are increasingly relevant in today’s busy world. It is thus imperative to prioritize a child's mental health and seek guidance from a mental health professional to effectively manage anxiety.Join me in this episode as we explore the rise of anxiety in both adults and children and delve into natural solutions that can help alleviate this growing issue. We'll discuss how anxiety manifests in various ways and why addressing these symptoms as early as possible is crucial.For more information about anxiety, check out the following:●      5 Surprising ways magnesium helps adhd anxiety ocd and depression ●      Anxiety●      Clinical guide anxiety●      129 stress anxiety and mood 10 ways how magnesium helps the brain
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), rejection sensitive dysphoria (RSD), and neurodivergence are all factors that contribute to emotional regulation challenges in our increasingly neurodivergent society.These challenges manifest in various behaviors, from unfocused attention to impulsivity, impacting daily life significantly.Failure to address these challenges early on can result in their persistence into adulthood, potentially leading to developmental delays and interpersonal friction that hinder a child's progress and social integration. By equipping parents with tools and techniques for fostering emotional regulation, we empower both children and families to navigate the complexities of neurodiversity with resilience and understanding. Don't let ADHD hold your child back. Empower them with the Natural ADHD Focus Formula Kit and unlock their full potential: https://drroseann.com/adhdkitEnroll in "Self-Regulation Mastery" today to embark on a journey towards a brighter future: https://www.drroseann.com/selfregmasteryHere are additional resources you may check out for more information:●      Clinical Guide ADHD●      Behavioral Interventions ADHD●      10 Essential Coping Skills for ADHD Kids●      11 Emotional Regulation Activities for Children●      ADHD Self Regulation Strategies●      Fostering Emotional Regulation
Brain fog, characterized by feelings of confusion, forgetfulness, and mental cloudiness, can make even simple tasks feel overwhelming. Similarly, chronic stress as fueled by everyday’s demands, significantly impacts our mental and physical health, leaving us exhausted, irritable, and unable to cope.That's why it's crucial to prioritize self-care and implement effective stress management techniques. In this episode, we’ll dive into the world of brain fog and explore strategies for managing stress that can help you or your child regain focus and alertness.Enroll in "Self-Regulation Mastery" today to embark on a journey towards a brighter future: https://www.drroseann.com/selfregmasteryHere are additional resources you may check out for more information:●      https://drroseann.com/clinical-guide-adhd●      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zuzzYXgXKI&t=91s
Brain fog is often underestimated despite its prevalence and significant impact to an individual's daily life. In fact, it's not just a temporary inconvenience; persistent brain fog can lead to heightened stress and anxiety, as individuals may struggle to keep up with their responsibilities and commitments.Additionally, because brain fog is often a symptom of underlying health issues, ignoring it could mean overlooking potential medical concerns that require attention and treatment. That’s why it’s important that we recognize and address the connection between brain fog and mental health. By understanding how brain fog can both stem from and exacerbate mental health conditions, we can provide better support and interventions for individuals experiencing these challenges. Additionally, addressing the root causes of brain fog, whether they be physical, psychological, or environmental, can lead to improved mental well-being and overall quality of life.Here are additional resources you may check out for more information:●      Clinical Guide ADHD●      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVfde_d3W-M&t=288s●      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zuzzYXgXKI&t=91s
loading
Comments (2)

Lisa Stewart

Brilliant episode! Thank you :)

Feb 6th
Reply

aley khan

On weekends, you can not only relax. The cryptocurrency market works 24 hours / 7 days, so you can get an additional profit. We will do this using the Ethereum scaling strategy on standard technical indicators. mfi indicator crypto

Feb 4th
Reply
loading