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Happy podcast Thursday villagers! In today's episode we are talking about how to respond when your kiddo says something mean or hurtful to you. It can bring up so many triggers for us, around our own childhood wounds and even your social programming. Tune into today's episode to join the conversation about how to look beyond the behavior to respond…
 
Welcome back villagers! On this episode of the podcast I got to have a conversation with Michelle Emanuel about how oral restrictions such as tongue and lip ties can affect a child's overall sensory regulation. She suggests a more holistic approach than is sometimes offered by care providers. This episode is full of information and I can't wait for…
 
Welcome back villagers! On today's episode I got to hang out with Sarah MacLaughlin, who is trained by Hand in Hand Parenting about how to respond to your kids behavior. We talk a lot in the village about how behavior is a communication of an unmet need. So in this episode we dive into how to figure out what those needs are and how to support them …
 
Happy podcast Thursday friends! Today is such a fun episode because I got to sit down with Megan McNamee who is one half of the amazing team behind Feeding Littles. We've all probably experienced the inconsistencies with our kids eating so she sat down with me today to answer some of your most requested questions about infant and toddler feeding. H…
 
Welcome back to the podcast villagers! Today's episode is just in time for all of your back to school transitions. Last year was so challenging for so many of us and this year we have some experience to fall back on but there are still so many unknowns, and that brings anxiety for us and our tiny humans. Join us today to chat about these exciting t…
 
Hello villagers! Welcome back to the podcast, on today's episode I got to chat with Rebecca Koon who you might know from her wonderful instagram, @Everybody.Talks and we got to talk all about body exploration and what to expect from the tiny humans. We go into what is "normal" age appropriate behavior, how to handle the feelings that might come up …
 
Welcome back villagers! This week on the podcast we are talking about the importance of timing, when to talk about the behavior. So often we have this inclination to step in and talk about it right then because we have these underlying fears that if we don't, we are sending the message that the behavior is okay, or that we are encouraging it. But t…
 
This is a very special episode of Voices of Your Village everyone! In this episode you'll hear part of my conversation with our favorite OT Lori Goodrich, where we answered questions sent in by the members of the Village Membership. Our Q&A style discussion went on for over an hour and there are so many juicy tidbits throughout, so tune in to hear …
 
Happy Podcast Thursday Village! In this episode I got to hang out with Speech Language Pathologist, Emily Lesher, to talk about why the phrase "use your words" isn't really that helpful for our tiny humans when they are going through those big emotions. Tune in to find out some of the science behind their little brains and some tips on what to do i…
 
Welcome back to Voices of Your Village! This week I sat down with Steve Disslehorf to talk about inclusivity in schools and how to start building it within your community. Steve has been doing this work for years so I can't wait for you to join us for this conversation so that you can go into the new school with tools in your toolbox for how to bri…
 
My last couple of episodes might have struck a chord with you if you were in a place like I was several years ago: "I don't know what my THING is!" Everyone seems to have their passion, their purpose and it can be downright scary if you feel you don't have your own. Let's talk about it today and discuss ways to find your 'thing'.…
 
Welcome back to Voices of Your Village! We get so many questions about how to do this work with our youngest kiddos. Is it possible to teach infants and toddlers about emotions and how to express them? When I was creating the CEP method, I was working with kids birth-5, primarily with 1 - 2 year olds. This is possible to start day one. Join us toda…
 
Hey there villagers! On today's episode of the podcast I got to hang out with the author of the children's book, "Finding Om." Dr. Rashmi Bismark and I chatted all about how to cultivate mindfulness with the tiny humans. This practice can be so helpful for everyone to bring in their daily life. Love this podcast? Scroll down to leave a review! I re…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to the podcast, this week we are rebroadcasting episode 113: Letting go of control. I originally recorded this episode pre-covid but it rings even more true now. This past 15 months has been a whirlwind and if it has taught us anything it's that we actually have control over very little. And the fear and anxiety that…
 
Hello village! I am so excited about the guest for today's episode. I got to sit down with Mr. Chazz, who you may know from his awesome Instagram. We got to talk about the differences between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, and what it looks like to build intrinsic motivation with the tiny humans. While also acknowledging all the extrinsic moti…
 
Like, what is your biggest goal? The one you DREAM about? What's stopping you from going after it? Now is the time! Take a listen and I hope to help you take some baby steps to get there. Show notes can be found on my blog: Cassiestephens.blogspot.com
 
Welcome back to another episode of Voices of Your Village! Did y'all know that the biggest game changer for me when it comes to emotion processing, was actually something a 4 year old said to me? These babes are often so wise when we listen. And this has stuck with me for years. Tune in to hear what it is! Love this podcast? Scroll down to leave a …
 
In this podcast episode, I share some thoughts on just this notion. What do you think? You can find the books and movies I reference over on my blog: cassiestephens.blogspot.com. You can buy my book or purchase a ticket to the Art Teacherin' Extravaganza here: https://art-teacherin-with-cassie-stephens.myshopify.com…
 
Welcome back village! I am so excited about this episode, there are more inclusive spaces for mom's than ever in our society today. But I got to interview Keegan Albaugh about what it is like doing this work as a dad. We talk about the social programming that boys and men often receive and how that can affect navigating respectful relationships wit…
 
Hey there village! I'm here with a solo episode for you today, we talk so much here at Seed about how the goal is not perfection. And while you might be on board, how often at the end of the day do you find yourself laying on the blame for things that happened throughout the day? We can't let our kids know that it's okay to make mistakes without gi…
 
Welcome back to the podcast! In today's episode I got to chat with Dr. Becky Kennedy, who you might know as Dr. Becky at home over on Instagram. After last week's episode on fostering a secure attachment, we had a lot of questions about what it looks like to walk away from a child who is still upset. How can we support our kiddos without necessaril…
 
Hello village! Welcome back to the podcast, today we are rebroadcasting one of our most downloaded episodes ever, my interview with Sam Casey, a therapist out of Australia who chats with me about what it looks like to foster a secure attachment with your kids. As parents and caregivers we want to be that safe space that kids can break down to. This…
 
Welcome back to Voices of Your Village, on this episode of the podcast I sat down with Chastity Holcomb, therapist and founder of Momfully You Academy to talk about different mood affecting disorders, and how they might show up for you or a loved one. As well as how to access support for yourself or anyone in your life who might be struggling. The …
 
Today on the podcast we are rebroadcasting this episode on anxiety in children. We have been getting a lot of questions about this topic, especially in the past year with so much upheaval. I got to hang out with Jess, a therapist and the face behind @ourmamavillage over on Instagram and we talked about what anxiety looks like in tiny humans and how…
 
Welcome back to the podcast villagers! This week I had the pleasure of chatting with Courtney Burg about codependency. This is something that so many of us grew up with, and now find ourselves as adults doing things like people pleasing, struggling with setting and holding boundaries, or worrying about what other people think. We chat about ways to…
 
On today's episode of the podcast we are rebroadcasting one of our most downloaded episodes ever! Falling asleep independently is one of the foundational skills that we work on when helping families with sleep. This can be a game changer when it comes to helping your kiddo sleep through the night and it's imperative that we support a child's emotio…
 
Welcome back villagers! Today on the podcast I got to sit down with another one of our lovely Seed team members, our newest sleep consultant, Christen Young! We chat all about nap transitions during those tricky first 18 months. Get to know Christen as she shares tips that have helped her with her own kiddos, some signs that your child might be rea…
 
Hello villagers! On this episode of the podcast I got to sit down with our sleep program director, Rachel Lounder to talk about bedtime boundaries. In this real and raw episode we answer common questions about boundary pushing, how to support your kids, what you can do proactively and what you can do in the moment. Rachel shares some personal insig…
 
So I got a C (for "Cassie"!) in textiles in college. During my first year teaching, when 'weaving' was apart of the curriculum, I panicked. That was 23 years ago...since then I've learned to love all things textiles myself. It's become one of my favorite things to teach! In this longwinded podcast, I'll be sharing with you all of my very favorite s…
 
On today's episode I dive into a crucial aspect to our overall regulation, routines. We'll go into why they are so important and what the differences are between routines and schedules. For us and for our kiddos, knowing what to expect can help our nervous system to feel regulated and calm. We chat about how to implement routines with your kiddo, h…
 
And if you are, what should you do about it? Let's talk about it because if you are running around like crazy each and every day, that's not healthy or sustainable. Trust me, you can still be an amazing art teacher AND have priorities that don't include teaching art.
 
Welcome back village! This week I got to sit down with another brilliant OT to talk what neurodiversity means, what the sensory systems are and what it could look like if every single one of us knew how our sensory systems worked. How could life be different if we knew what was helpful for us for regulation, what pulled from our withdrawals so that…
 
On this episode of the podcast I got to sit down with Amira Johnson, an OT working in early intervention, and we got to dive into why early intervention is such a gift. She breaks down why it is so important, when you might want to look into it as well as where the gaps are in the current system. This episode is so important because giving parents …
 
Welcome back to Voices of Your Village! Folks it's almost that time again, time to adjust our clocks and for a lot of families that could mean adjusting your kiddos sleep schedule. We've got your back here with a guide of what to pay attention to, what doesn't matter, and how to come back from this if you're still seeing sleep challenges. Remember …
 
I dunno about you all but I. AM. BEAT. BUT I'm trying my hardest to work my way through this exhaustion with my Top 8 Tips to combat this fatigue and make the most of our art teacherin' lives. Also chatting about the Art Teacherin' Extravaganza! You can find out more here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CassieStephenz?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing…
 
Welcome back village! Today we get to hang out with one of our Seed team members, Mariana! She is a Mexican-American mom of three and she’s sharing today about parenting with different cultural backgrounds. You might come from different experiences in childhood that might affect how you show up as an adult. We talk about how to have these conversat…
 
Welcome back to another episode, in this rebroadcast of an old favorite, I sat down with Bryce of the instagram handle, Mombraintherapist, her practice specializes in helping moms on this journey. We chat about the social norms and the cultural context around self care and the martyrdom that often comes with motherhood. In our village we strive to …
 
I was recently asked about this...and even tho I've spoken about dealing with bullies in Episode 35...I am coming to this topic from a different perspective this time. It may help to listen to both episodes. In Episode 35, I speak a lot about my experiences. In this one, let's focus on how to deal because it may be more about changing your perspect…
 
Welcome back village! On this episode of the podcast we are talking about what to do when you have multiple kiddos to support. So many of you have reached out and said “Yeah this sounds great if you just have one child to focus on, but what happens when I have more than one!” Whether you’re a parent at home with an older toddler and an infant, tryi…
 
Welcome back village! I got to sit down with Dr. Jean Cheng, a psychologist out of Singapore and we are diving into overcoming perfectionism. This is something that has come up in my life a lot and something we talk about a lot on the Seed team. That we would leave everyday feeling like a failure if perfection was our goal. In this episode of the p…
 
This podcast episode has been on my mind since I started my podcast. But, honestly, I wasn't comfortable talking about it for many reasons...which I talk about here. If you suffer from disordered eating, know that this episode may trigger you...although I am very careful not to get into details of my specific eating disorder as that's private...and…
 
In this episode I sat down to talk about holding space for those big feelings. This is something that can have such a positive impact on kiddos, but it can be challenging for us as adults, especially if no one ever held space for you. In today’s episode we’re going to dive into what it looks like to hold space for somebody’s feelings, whether that’…
 
I've been struggling a lot lately with being strong. Who can I rely on? Who can I count on? Everything is wild and crazy right now and it has been getting to me in a way it never has before. What to do? I'm learning to be my own rock. To learn to rely on myself even if I'm completely unreliable. I hope this podcast helps if you are feeling stress, …
 
We kicked off this school year with a What a Wonderful World Mural and it's been so fun to create and beautiful to see! I thought I'd share the process with you. On my blog post, you can take a tour of the mural as well as take a peek at the many school-wide collabs we've created over the years. Have fun!…
 
I had the honor of sitting down with Dr. Stuart Shanker in today’s episode of the podcast. He is the author of one of my favorite books, “Self-Reg” and he has also been such an inspiration to me and our work here at Seed. We chat about how our sensory systems impact how we interact with the world and what that looks like in the day to day. This int…
 
Welcome back village! In this episode we are sharing a snapshot into the Tiny Humans, Big Emotions course with you. We get so many questions about what it looks like to set and hold boundaries with kids. What if they say no? How do we troubleshoot in the moment? Check out this streamlined episode into all your questions about boundaries. Connect wi…
 
Hello villagers! On this episode of the podcast I sat down with pediatrician Dr. Smita Malhotra to discuss resiliency. This is on the minds and hearts of parents even more these days as we continue living with all the changes that come along with the pandemic. How do we take these challenging experiences and use them as opportunities to build this …
 
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