Is My Child a Monster? - A Parenting Therapy Podcast
Parenting is one of the most rewarding experiences in life, but it can also be one of the most challenging. Many parents face difficult questions and situations when it comes to raising their children, and often feel isolated and unsure of where to turn for help. To provide support and guidance for parents, Is My Child a Monster? A Parenting Therapy Podcast hosted by Leslie Cohen-Rubury LCSW launches in May 2023.
As a licensed therapist with 37 years of experience working with families and children, Leslie Cohen-Rubury is well-equipped to provide valuable insights and advice to parents who are struggling with challenging behaviors from their children. Is My Child a Monster? is a fly-on-the-wall therapy podcast, in which listeners actually sit in on conversations that Leslie has with her clients who’ve opted in to be taped (and anonymized) for the sake of helping others to learn from their experiences.
Cohen-Rubury’s goal with Is My Child a Monster? is to provide a space where parents can feel heard, understood, and supported. The series starts with Cohen-Rubury’s own story with her daughter, Dale. The two share a candid conversation about Dale’s difficult childhood and how it shaped Leslie to be the parent (and therapist) she is today.
The show is broken into mini-series, each focused on one family’s parenting struggles. Expect to hear conversations on tantrums, aggression, bullying, school refusal, and much more. Listeners will gain insight and inspiration from Leslie Cohen-Rubury’s expertise, as well as from the personal stories and experiences shared by other parents.
Leslie Cohen-Rubury wants to create a community where parents feel comfortable sharing their experiences and learning from each other. Through Is My Child a Monster?, Leslie and her team hope to help parents build stronger relationships with their children and create a more positive family dynamic.
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