The programs in this section were recorded live during Dr. Greene's weekly web-based radio program for parents, Parenting Your Challenging Child. They're filled with great information about various aspects of implementing Dr. Greene's model at home. You have lots of programs to choose from, and they're organized by topic area...just click on a heading and you're there!
All the programs from the past few months are listed in this section.
If you're just getting started in learning about and implementing the model, these are probably the programs you'll want to listen to first.
Many parent struggle, at least initially, with the key philosophical beliefs of the model, and several programs are devoted, at least partially, to this topic.
The Ins and Outs of Plan B
Plan B -- where you're solving problems collaboratively instead of unilaterally -- is at the core of the model. But Plan B is hard (at least until you get good at it), and there are lots of ways in which it can go awry. So there are lots of programs devoted to helping parents navigate and master Plan B.
Will the Model Work With My Kid?
Parents often wonder if the model will be effective with their child, perhaps because of age, or diagnosis, or specific lagging skills, and there are lots of programs covering this topic.
Collaborating With Your Child's School
Naturally, if your child is exhibiting challenging behaviors at school, you'll want to work collaboratively with school staff to help make things better...and that's not always so easy. Several programs are devoted to this topic.
Now on the first Monday of every month, the Parents Panel gathers to discuss a variety of topics related to parenting behaviorally challenging kids (their own and everyone else's).
Random Topics of Significant Interest
Lots of radio programs are devoted to responding to callers or answering emails on a wide array of topics, and don't necessarily fit into one of the categories above. But they're still quite informative!