June 10, 2022
Talk about bodies, sex, birds, and the bees to your kids and teens.
Leave space for family values. Leave space for your teen's ideas and values...that are in development.
Mandi Nuttall is a former high school health teacher and collegiate volleyball player at BYU and has since adopted the self-proclaimed titles of a taxi driver, nutritionist, doctor, therapist, personal trainer, cancer fighter, interior designer, janitor, photographer, chef, all since marrying her soulmate and becoming a mother. Mandi and her kind-hearted husband Matt found out real quick how easy it is to go from 3 to 5 kids after twins rocked their world. After living in Utah for 12 years, and Mandi working as a professional photographer while her husband finished school, the Nuttalls have moved North and have fallen in love with the Pacific Northwest. In between the craziness of motherhood, Mandi has found another incredible purpose. Mandi is now publishing her first book, The Birthday Suit Book 1: Yearly Guides to Easily Teach Children Ages 1 to 9 About Their Body and Sex which launches on October 5th. This first book will make a huge difference in parents' lives. Mandi believes in the limitless potential within families to do good and raise knowledgeable children. She witnessed the lack of knowledge in her High School students when teaching about the body and health in her Health class, and knows how hard it is for parents to feel confident in teaching this subject. So she wrote this book to make the process simple, and to empower parents to then empower their children to respect and love their bodies. We have one shot to teach our kids to respect their bodies, and we can't leave that up to the world-it's our job and divine responsibility.
June 3, 2022
27 years as a High School Teacher, Marci Brockman is the author of Permission to Heal and this show helps clear the way for self-care.
Empathy begins with the sharing of our stories. In this podcast, we engage in meaningful, deeply human conversations to inspire connection, compassion, understanding, and whole-hearted wellness. We all need to learn to give ourselves the grace and space to heal from trauma, breathe through the tough stuff, and create meaningful lives and love. Only we can give ourselves permission to trust and take care of ourselves, follow our hearts and desires, and build lives of love, home, and belonging. Marci Brockmann is an author, artist, podcaster, and English teacher.
Do you actually have to stop and literally give yourself permission to recover from your trauma?
Yep. It is the first step to true healing. Tell yourself you can.
Check out her podcast "Permission to Heal" and her website: https://www.marcibrockmann.com/
May 27, 2022
Foster Parenting - My talk with SAFY
Since our founding in Lima, Ohio in 1984, their work has rested on a single, radical idea – children belong in families. Every child and family deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential. They are an extraordinary team of 500 employees in seven states including Alabama, Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky, Nevada, Ohio and South Carolina who provide safety and healing so families and children can build resilience and thrive.
Ariel Dew has worked within adolescents for approximately 10 years. Currently working as a Treatment Director at Specialized Alternatives for Families in Louisville, Kentucky and managing a Private Practice, Ariel utilizes experiences from treating marginalized groups impacted by trauma in her everyday practice. As a graduate of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, she earned her masters degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology with a trauma concentration and currently serves as Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor Supervisor. Her background encompasses servicing communities in Louisville, KY and Chicago, IL with the Resilient Families Project, Youth Conservation Corps, Youth Outreach Services, and SAFY of Kentucky.
April 22, 2022
Online Learning and Teens
Mark Taylor the founder of "Educator on Fire" is bringing the heat! This conversation is to support parents whose kids have struggled to get back into the "joy" of learning. Mark is the Vice-Chair of the National Association for Primary Education and is bringing his knowledge across the pond to help parents back into the saddle of keeping kids engaged at school
April 15, 2022
Neuro - Linguistic Programming
Gemma Bailey brings her toolbox of parenting techniques as she is the founder of "NLP for Kids".
Gemma Bailey (born 3rd march 1979) is best known as a therapist who uses NLP and hypnotherapy with a specialism in working with children and young people.
After training as a Nursery Nurse at Oaklands College, St Albans, she went on to work in a variety of child care settings including day nurseries, schools, crèches, and kids camps, and then became the youngest nursery manager for the largest childcare provider in the UK, Asquith Court.
April 8, 2022
One of Beyond Risk and Back's most popular guests! 3 time TEDx speaker, Katherine brings us the nuts and bolts of conscious parenting when our teens are struggling. Finding your center in yourself instead of your child's behavior!
March 10, 2022
In this episode of Beyond Risk and Back, I bring out one of my favorites! Lara Dawn is not just an expert in ADHD children and how to support them, she is a mom of ADHD children and has ADHD herself. She is also the founder of the ADHD village and spends her time gathering experts on ADHD from all over the globe to educate her village! She's done it again with 35 more experts! This is a FREE summit coming up that you need to register for ASAP!
Time for you to join us!
March 4, 2022
Mindfulness, communication, and Somatic understanding. This is a show about tools to "come back home" to the moment. The Language of Mindfulness is his podcast and the subject of his TedTalk, and upcoming book!
February 24, 2022
Have you ever heard of "Tapping"?
EFT Emotionally Focused Therapy and Tapping is a WONDERFUL experience. We explore it as a technique and teach you the basics because this is something you can do at home.
ANN HINCE is our narrator and instructor here!
From finding her mother dead on the bathroom floor at 16 years old to RESHAPING her body through her personal growth work and therapeutic interventions, she brings her expertise to you.
You can find more about Ann at www.annhince.com
February 17, 2022
I have the host of Coffee over Suicide Podcast, Chris Parker Howard, on to talk with humor, honesty, and a deep message about suicide.
Who he is is best Summed up in his own bio...
"I used to wonder if I was stranded on a desert island, without anti-depressants or mood stabilizers, would my own brain be the thing that kills me? I spent a lot of time trying different coping mechanisms for my particular cocktail of manic depression, social anxiety, OCD, and ADD, and I have come up with a LOT of ways to live through them. Every morning I face the same choice; I could kill myself, or just have a cup of coffee and see where the day goes from there. Coffee over Suicide is a dramedy podcast about mental illness and choosing life over death one cup of coffee at a time."