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It takes a village to parent and the Joyful Courage Parenting Podcast creates that village. Be inspired, entertained and educated by a variety of parent educators and voices being interviewed each month on the show. We are all in this together folks!!
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Eps 75: Marcilie Smith Boyle Shares Research and Brain Science Behind Positive Discipline
6 days ago
Join the Joyful CourageTribe in our community Facebook group - Live and Love with Joyful Courage. Raising our children while growing ourselves... :::::::::: Today’s guest is Marcilie Smith Boyle, a certified positive discipline trainer and certified life and leadership coach who teaches positive discipline courses live and online, coaches individuals and groups on transitions and parenting, as well as life coaching and executive leadership coaching. We are discussing the science and research of positive discipline. Join us! “ The tip of the iceberg is what you can see – that’s your child’s behavior, but underneath the surface so much more is going on.” What you’ll hear in this episode: • Emerging neuro-scientific research about social psychology informed by function MRIs and PET scans. • Principles of positive discipline – looking underneath behavior to build skills for long term better behavior. • Adlerian theory, the foundation of positive discipline • The connection between behavior and a sense of belonging • How mutual respect informs better behavior • The right to dignity and the value of solutions relative to rewards and punishments • Intrinsic motivation, what it is and why it matters long term. • The social nature of humans and how that relates to theories of the hierarchy of needs • The link between physical and social pain and the connection between learning and belonging • The impact of fight or flight on empathy, learning and problem solving skills • Relatedness, competence and autonomy and the way they influence behavior and feed intrinsic motivation • The positive outcomes of met psychological needs in relation to health, creativity, persistence, flexibility, adjustment, well-being, enjoyment, cooperation, engagement and interest. • Why rewards and praise sometimes backfire: the relationship between contingent rewards, autonomy and behavior • Baby steps to deepen your positive parenting practice •