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What Now? Season 1

Practical strategies. Expert insights. Bite-size episodes. “What Now? A Parent’s Guide” is a how-to podcast that helps you handle common behavior challenges like a pro. Psychologist Dr. Andrew Kahn hosts Season 1, which looks at tantrums and meltdowns. Each episode takes less than 10 minutes and helps you fit these parenting strategies into your life whenever you need them.

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September 28, 2023

Listen to the trailer for Season 1 of this how-to podcast, which teaches practical strategies to manage outbursts and other challenging behaviors.

October 5, 2023

Not all outbursts are the same. Learn how to tell a tantrum from a meltdown and how to respond to one versus the other.

October 5, 2023

Learn how to look calm even if you don’t feel calm — and why this is the single most important step in managing your child’s tantrums or outbursts.

October 5, 2023

When your child is having a tantrum or outburst, taking a mutual time-out can help you both cool off and avoid ramping up each other’s reactions.

October 5, 2023

Talking can help you find out what caused the outburst. But timing is crucial. Learn how to tell if your child is ready to talk and what to say.

October 5, 2023

Be specific when praising self-calming efforts so your child will know what they did right and what you want them to do again in the future.

October 5, 2023

Do your child’s outbursts seem to come out of nowhere? Learn what details to look for to help you spot patterns and identify your child’s triggers.

October 5, 2023

Learn how to check in with yourself and look for signs you’ve been triggered. Get tips from an expert on what to do when your child triggers you.

October 5, 2023

Parenting is stressful. Use this six-minute guided meditation to help you calm your mind and body so you can respond to your child more effectively.

Host

  • Andrew Kahn, PsyD

    is a licensed psychologist who focuses on ADHD, learning differences, anxiety, autism spectrum disorder, behavior challenges, executive function, and emotional regulation.

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