Podcasts & Listening Library

Lives in the Balance sponsors a monthly web-based podcast for parents, Parenting Your Challenging Child. Parenting Your Challenging Child airs live at 11 am ET on the first Tuesday of every month, except during the summer. In November, the podcast will air on November 10th, so as not to interfere with voting in the United States. For more information about this podcast, click here. To ask questions or make comments during the live podcast, just call (347)994-2981 while the program is on the air. Here's the most recent segment:

Finding Your Window In (May 5, 2021) Transcript link here

You'll find hundreds of our previous podcasts -- all 45-minutes each -- in our vast Listening Libraries, including our program for educators (which is no longer active but has a massive listening library):

Parenting Your Challenging Child

Helping Behaviorally Challenging Students

And, just in case that's not enough, here are some other recorded resources that you may find useful:

✓ Dr. Greene's recent podcast with Dr. Robyn Silverman... 

✓ Dr. Greene's podcast for ADDitude...

✓ Dr. Greene's interview on RadioNZ (New Zealand)...

✓ Two Minute Videos... 

✓ An article on Collaborative & Proactive Solutions by Dr. Brendan Keenan on Edutopia.

✓ Dr. Greene pinch-hitting for U.S. Senator Al Franken as the keynote speaker at the 2014 Annual Conference of the National Association of School Psychologists in Washington, DC. It was over three four years ago, but it's still worth watching (click here). Also, here are the Goals for School Psychologists he articulated at the end of the keynote.

Dr. Greene is also featured in 26 different videos on Kids in the House, and has been interviewed on numerous radio programs over the past few years, and the recordings provide a good introduction to the CPS model:

  • Kids in the House WATCH
  • ADDitude Magazine webinar LISTEN
  • The Dr. Lisa Radio Hour LISTEN 
  • The Changing Behavior Radio Network LISTEN
  • The Creating a Family program LISTEN

And the feature on CPS on Maine Public Television is always worth watching.