While I don’t have my own Podcast (it’s on my very long list to do one day!), I have appeared on many as a guest about various topics. Click on the below links to listen:
You know how we all struggle to get our kids to sleep? Turns out it’s because we’ve all been doing it wrong. Both exhausted thanks to their children refusing to go down at night, Steve and Rich invited Sarah Ockwell-Smith – renowned parenting author and mother of four – onto the podcast to discuss her extensive scientific research into the art of getting babies to sleep.
Understanding Infant Sleep: Whether you are currently pregnant and wanting to get prepared, or it’s 3am and you’re right in the depths of new parenthood, Sarah’s fascinating insight, top tips and gentle reassurance will have you feeling better in one short episode!
Whining, biting, hitting, kicking, or screaming. What to do and how to discipline? Author, expert, and mom of 4, Sarah Ockwell-Smith is here to help
How to effectively discipline your children for a peaceful, harmonious family life, How to raise kids who will be emotionally intelligent, confident and independent and How to control your temper and reduce yelling in the household.
More and more parents are discovering, that conventional approaches to discipline (such as praise & reward systems, punishment for bad behavior) often don’t work and can even lead to more frustration, resentment, and power struggles at home and in the classroom. Parenting expert Sarah Ockwell-Smith, discusses her new book “GENTLE DISCIPLINE: Using Emotional Connection – Not Punishment – to Raise Confident, Capable Kids”. In this pioneering approach, parents learn to break the cycle of repeating what they’ve always done, and find a more effective, positive, and individualized method that takes into account not just the child’s behavior, triggers, and development, but also the parent’s triggers and negative influences.
For parents who struggle to play with their children and how to become more playful
On intuitive eating and not treating food as treats.
On Second Baby preparation, guilt and self-care
On Second pregnancies and births, mother guilt and exhaustion and sibling rivalry.