Dr. Kim Sage, Clinical Psychologist #29089, explores the newer parenting trend called Snowplow Parenting, most apparent in the behavior of the parents involved in the College Admissions Scandal.
What is the difference between Helicopter Parenting and Snowplow Parenting?
Should you let your child fail? What do we know about the consequences of Snowplow Parenting?
Is there any benefit to having a more difficult childhood?
For parents who do too much for their kids, or feel like they can’t do enough and feel guilty, this week’s episode is a great resource for you!
What do you need to do to really feel true self love?
In a world that constantly tells us we aren’t good enough, what can you do to feel more self love, self compassion and belonging, while also staying true to who you are and your power?
Dr. Kim Sage, clinical psychologist (#29089) in Newport Beach, CA, shares the most important things you need to do, if you really want to feel true self love!
Why does knowing your triggers matter? Do you have healthy, porous or rigid boundaries?
What can you do to help give yourself more compassion?
On this week’s show, Dr. Sage offers her most valued beliefs and must do actions to experience true self love.
Dr. Kim Sage welcomes her guest, Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Michelle Matusoff, an expert with over 20 years of experience in providing psychological and psycho-educational assessments.
If I think my child may have ADHD, why is testing so important? Can the school just do the tests instead of a psychologist?
I keep hearing about Mild Autism, how can testing help me understand the best treatments?
What are testing “accommodations,” and why do they matter?
Can a doctor write a note for my child to receive extra time on the SAT or ACT if they have learning challenges? (Short answer: NO!)
Listen to this week’s podcast to get answers to all your questions about psychological and educational testing, and why they can be so important in helping you or your child!
Dr. Kim Sage welcomes her guest, psychologist, Dr. Cigdem Coyle, to discuss the important role of mental health in cancer treatments.
Given a recent 2018 study which found that the risk of suicide among cancer patients is four times higher than the general population, and that the field of psych-oncology is still very undeveloped, Dr. Coyle discusses what we can do to help people with mental health issues while undergoing cancer treatment.
How can cancer patients access mental health? What can physicians and care-givers do to help patients with receiving support for mental health issues?
Why is mental health treatment so important during cancer treatments?
Should we be concerned about suicide risk and the timing of receiving a cancer diagnosis?
Listen to this week’s show to learn all about psycho-oncology, and its value to individuals and our society.
Dr. Kim Sage welcomes psychologist and Mild Autism expert, Dr. Alina Bright, to explore and explain the nuances, diagnosis and options available to children, teens and young adults, who have been diagnosed or may display the symptoms of Mild Autism.
What does Mild Autism look like in a child or young adult? Does it look different in boys vs girls?
Why is it often a missed diagnosis, and why does early intervention matter?
Listen to this week’s podcast to learn all about Mild Autism from a specialist in the field of Autism!