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Learn with Dr. Emily
Learn with Dr. Emily
Dr. Emily King

Welcome to Learn with Dr. Emily, the podcast. Where parents and teachers come together for neurodivergent youth. I’m your host, Dr. Emily... more

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Episodes

Juggling Aging Parents and Neurodivergent Children, with Edla Prevette

For everyone who's a parent of a neurodivergent child, you might be taking care of your aging parents as well.... more

15 Feb 2024 · 39 minutes
Neurodiverging: PDA Day-to-Day: Parenting Pathological Demand Avoidance/ Pervasive Demand for Autonomy

Today we're sharing an episode from Neurodiverging with Danielle Sullivan. It's a super interesting conversation on PDA, an acronym for... more

06 Dec 2023 · 44 minutes
Travel Tips for Your Neurodivergent Child

The Holidays are here, so 'Tis the Season for hearing about travel anxiety from many parents raising neurodivergent kids. Some... more

29 Nov 2023 · 18 minutes
Parents of Neurodivergent Kids are Really Good at Gratitude

If you are raising an autistic child or one with ADHD, anxiety, or sensory processing differences, you may have had... more

21 Nov 2023 · 12 minutes
How to Help Neurodivergent Kids Thrive at School

Today we're sharing an episode I was a guest on recently, Calm the Chaos Parenting with my friend Dayna Abraham.----This... more

15 Nov 2023 · 34 minutes
Motherhood Unstressed: The Hidden Power of Highly Sensitive People, with Jenn Granneman

Today we're sharing an episode from an awesome parenting podcast called Motherhood Unstressed with Liz Carlisle. This conversation with author... more

08 Nov 2023 · 25 minutes
(Repost) Polyvagal Theory in the Classroom with Dr. Mona Delahooke

Many of you know that Dr. Mona Delahooke suffered a brain aneurysm about two months ago and has been fighting... more

01 Nov 2023 · 53 minutes
49. When to Pursue a Diagnosis, My ADHD Child Shows No Empathy (Q&A Mailbag)

Welcome to another Q&A podcast! Full disclosure, I can't answer complex or detailed questions about dynamics between kids, or teachers and... more

25 Oct 2023 · 19 minutes
48. For Teachers: What’s going on Behind the Behavior

Today I have a special treat for the educators who follow me. A few weeks ago I offered a free... more

18 Oct 2023 · 45 minutes
47. Nurturing the Independence of Neurodivergent Teens

As parents, we are all are working toward the same goals: Raise a human that is independent and kind. Many... more

11 Oct 2023 · 16 minutes
46. Homework, Chores, and Dinnertime (Q&A Mailbag)

Welcome to another Q&A podcast! Full disclosure, I can't answer complex or detailed questions about dynamics between kids, or teachers and... more

04 Oct 2023 · 23 minutes
45. Calming the Chaos, with Dayna Abraham

As a parent or teacher, what should we do when our child is in the middle of a meltdown? Today... more

27 Sep 2023 · 50 minutes
44. It's Time to Rethink Homework

I’m just going to say it: Homework is a thorn in the side for most parents raising neurodivergent kids. In... more

20 Sep 2023 · 15 minutes
43. Homeschooling Your Neurodivergent Child with Amy Langston

Are you facing the dilemma of whether homeschooling is the right choice for your neurodivergent child? Are you concerned about... more

13 Sep 2023 · 38 minutes
42. Help! My Child Won't Get Out of the Car: Understanding School Anxiety

As parents and educators, we know that children often experience a “honeymoon” the first day (or week) of the new... more

06 Sep 2023 · 19 minutes
41. Interoception: Nurturing Awareness, with Kelly Mahler

Today we unpack the sense of interoception, responsible for conveying vital information about our body's internal condition. What is its... more

30 Aug 2023 · 40 minutes
40. You Asked, I Answered (Our First Q&A!)

Welcome to my very first Q&A podcast! Full disclosure, I can't answer complex or detailed questions about dynamics between kids, or... more

23 Aug 2023 · 23 minutes
39. How a Trusting Parent-Teacher Partnership Helps Your Child

It's back to school time, which means one of the most important topics I love talking about is so relevant... more

16 Aug 2023 · 25 minutes
38. 3 Steps to Reboot Your Family's Schedule This Back-to-School Season

As someone who was in school from age 4 through 26, August is my New Year. But August can be... more

09 Aug 2023 · 17 minutes
37. Supporting Neurodivergent Teens, with Penny Williams

Today, Penny Williams shares her personal journey as a parent of a neurodivergent child, starting with her son's ADHD diagnosis... more

02 Aug 2023 · 55 minutes
36. Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Therapy?

When a child is first identified as autistic or receives a diagnosis of ADHD, a learning disability, or sensory processing... more

26 Jul 2023 · 18 minutes
35. How to Talk to Kids About Their Neurodivergent Brain

Our children are growing up in schools filled with neurodiverse learners. While this gives me hope for normalizing the presence... more

19 Jul 2023 · 19 minutes
34. Why a Diagnosis Is (and isn't) Important

In my work with parents of young children, many come to me after noticing some concerns with their child’s developmental... more

12 Jul 2023 · 16 minutes
33. Helping Neurodivergent Kids Manage Free Time in the Summer

Parents, we’re in the thick of it. Summer.I don’t know about you, but this summer is already feeling more hectic... more

05 Jul 2023 · 20 minutes
32. What Drives Motivation for Neurodivergent Youth?

When I talk to parents and teachers of neurodivergent kids and teens, especially those raising and teaching autistic children, I... more

28 Jun 2023 · 19 minutes
31. Non-compliance Isn't Always a Choice

Simply put, children don’t do everything we ask them to do when we ask them to do it. As adults,... more

21 Jun 2023 · 15 minutes
30. How Teachers Can Prevent Burnout

Teachers, you made it. It’s summer! As you pause to take a breath and recenter yourself, I want you to... more

14 Jun 2023 · 12 minutes
29. You Don’t Have to be a Special Educator to Teach a Neurodiverse Group of Learners

If you are an elementary educator, you are already teaching a neurodiverse group of learners. So there are gonna be... more

07 Jun 2023 · 16 minutes
28. Why School is Hard for Neurodivergent Students

Today we dive into why school is so hard for neurodivergent students, and the messages and feedback that I get... more

31 May 2023 · 13 minutes
27. Polyvagal Theory in the Classroom with Dr. Mona Delahooke

Educators, it's time to shift our mindset by understanding what polyvagal theory, the importance of brain-body connection, and how we... more

24 May 2023 · 52 minutes
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Educators, it's time to shift our mindset by understanding what polyvagal theory, the importance of brain-body connection, and how we can better... more