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You’re listening to the raising mentally healthy kids podcast with host Michelle Nietert who’s been a licensed professional counselor for over 20 years, An award-winning Author, previous creator of a large school district crisis counseling program and the clinical director of community counseling associates located in the Dallas Texas area. With the increase in mental health statistics regarding kids and teens along with climbing suicide rates, Michelle is passionate about equipping parents ...
 
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According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, kids ages 8-18 now spend, on average, 7.5 hours in front of a screen for entertainment each day. In this episode, I’m continuing my conversation with author Arlene Pellicane about how we can help our kids manage screen time in a healthy way by setting clear expectations and consequences. We also talk about…
 
One of the things I get asked about most in the counseling office is when and how much time kids should be spending on screens because of the correlation between mental health and screen use. With the holidays right around the corner, I want to give you some practical ways to better manage how screens are used in your home. In the first part of my …
 
In the second half of my conversation with Certified Licensed Professional Counselor Lori Vann, we’re continuing our discussion about non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) including why it can be dangerous to punish or ignore a child engaging in self-harm, what’s involved in a good treatment plan from a specialized counselor, and what to do when you don’…
 
Recent studies suggest that 30% of the population will struggle with non-suicidal self-harming behaviors over their lifetime. For teenage girls, the risk is 1 in 4. In this episode with Certified Licensed Professional Counselor Lori Vann, we’re discussing why so many children cope through self-injury, the signs parents can look for if they believe …
 
Over the past two episodes, I’ve been speaking with doctors John Trent and Dewey Wilson about how we can raise relationally intelligent kids. In the last part of our conversation, we focus on four key principles that positive parents think and practice that are effective for all ages. We also discuss how both we and our children can get swept up in…
 
As parents we want to believe we know our own kids, but without understanding their temperaments we don’t have the full picture. In the second part of my conversation with John Trent and Dewey Wilson we’re breaking down the different personality types we have in our homes according to Dr. Trent’s four animal personality assessment and discussing ho…
 
With our children often connecting over screens, we have a felt need in our culture to help them develop relational intelligence. In this episode, I’m speaking with two experts on that subject, John Trent and Dewey Wilson, authors of the book The Relationally Intelligent Child: Five Keys to Helping Your Kids Connect Well with Others. We discuss wha…
 
Often our children’s first experience with death is the loss of a pet. In the second half of my interview with Director of Child and Adolescent Counseling Sissy Goff, M. Ed., LPC-MHSP, we’re talking about how we can help our kids process loss and teach them about grief. We’re also offering some helpful tips on how to gauge how well your child is mo…
 
As we talk about raising mentally healthy kids, I can’t think of a more relevant topic right now for all of us than anxiety. Worry and anxiety seemed to have peaked in our country as COVID-19 hit, but it certainly has not disappeared. And while we as adults tend to focus on the big life things, kids are still dealing with the natural anxieties of a…
 
In the last episode of my series with clinical therapist Ashley Ariail about understanding healthy eating and eating disorders, we’re discussing what happens after your child is diagnosed with an eating disorder and what’s typically involved in a treatment plan. Ashley also walks through different types of beneficial behavioral therapies and offers…
 
Have you noticed changes in your child’s behavior that have led you to believe they could be developing an eating disorder? In today’s episode, I’m continuing my conversation with clinical therapist Ashley Ariail about how we can approach our kids about unhealthy conduct, how to talk about our bodies without labels or judgment, and why it’s importa…
 
Eating disorders are on the rise in the US as COVID has given kids more opportunities to spend time online. We know that social media impacts how we (especially girls) feel about our bodies, increasing anxiety and fueling eating disorders. In the first part of my conversation with clinical therapist Ashley Ariail, we’re discussing the different fac…
 
In the second half of my interview with Neuroscientist and Mental Health Expert Dr. Caroline Leaf, we’re continuing our discussion of how we can learn to retrain our brains by systematically managing our thoughts, feelings, and choices. In this episode we dig into how invalidating our kid’s feelings can affect their mental and physical health, diff…
 
Did you know that by managing your mind you can change your physical brain? In this episode, I’m speaking with Neuroscientist and Mental Health Expert Dr. Caroline Leaf about how understanding the difference between the mind, the brain, thoughts, and emotions as well as how they work with one another can help us realize the agency we have over our …
 
In the first half of my conversation with Licensed Professional Counselor – Supervisor Melissa Clark, we discussed how we can prepare our kids to return to school well and help them manage back-to-school stress. In this episode, we’re focusing on asking our kids the right questions to help them problem solve effectively and sharing about the power …
 
One of the things I’ve been asked most about this fall is how we as parents can help prepare our kids to return to school. For this episode, I’ve invited my friend and Licensed Professional Counselor – Supervisor Melissa Clark to talk about how we can help empower our children to be flexible, confident, and competent this semester and offer some st…
 
In the second half of my interview with psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen we’re breaking down some of the hidden influences covered in his book Your Brain is Always Listening: Tame the Hidden Dragons That Control Your Happiness, Habits, and Hang-Ups. We also discuss the impact of regular exercise on mental health as well as offer some practical advice a…
 
Medical professionals often assess your mental health based on a set of symptoms rather than the biological data of what’s happening in your brain. In part one of my interview with one of America’s leading psychiatrists, Dr. Daniel Amen, we’re discussing how a brain-imaging tool called SPECT can help accurately identify underlying brain issues. He …
 
In the second half of my conversation with author Crystal Paine, we’re continuing our discussion of what to do when your child talks about suicide. During our chat, she shares the advice that a counselor offered her about her approach to her child’s mental health that changed her perspective (and yielded better results). She also gives some suggest…
 
With 94% of kids expressing anxiety and 84% experiencing depression, mental health has hit an epidemic level for today’s youth. In this episode, I’m talking with author Crystal Paine about what it’s been like to have a suicidal child, the signs of anxiety and depression leading up to a diagnosis, the process of finding a counselor, and different le…
 
I am so excited to present to y’all my new podcast, Raising Mentally Healthy Kids. As a parent, you need to realize that your child’s mental health starts with your own mental health, and that’s what Episode 1 is all about! Key points from today's episode: 🧠 Raising mentally healthy kids doesn’t mean you can’t struggle with mental health as an adul…
 
You’re listening to the Raising Mentally Healthy Kids Podcast with host Michelle Nietert who’s been a licensed professional counselor for over 20 years, An award-winning author, previous creator of a large school district crisis counseling program and the clinical director of Allen Community Counseling Associates located in the Dallas Texas area. W…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Rebecca Peet and her daughter 10-year-old daughter Myla for a refreshing episode on personality types and facing fears. Rebecca has a background in theology and has worked in church ministry. She currently co-hosts a podcast, Woven, and is a certified Enneagram coach. She can be f…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Liz Rasley and her daughter Claire for a motivating episode on growing up and taking positive risks. Liz is the author of "Levity: Humor and Help for Hard Times” and a preschool teacher! She can be found on her blog lizrasley.com. We’re talking about: 🎨 Having an artistic, creativ…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Caris Snider and her daughter Zoe for a powerful, tear-moving episode on grief and loss. Caris is a mental health advocate, writer, speaker, and worship leader. She lives with her husband and two daughters in Alabama. Her passion for the Lord comes through as a survivor of anxiety…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Dr. Lucretia Berry of Brownicity and her 13-year-old daughter Sinclair! Lucretia lives with her husband and three daughters in North Carolina. She has a Ph.D. in education and is an author, writer, and TED speaker. We’re talking about: 👨‍👩‍👧‍👧 Multi-ethnic families and appreciatio…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Maria Furlough and her 12-year-old daughter, Faith! Maria lives with her husband, daughter, and four sons in North Carolina. She is the author of “Confident Moms, Confident Daughters” and leads the mission program at her church. More information about her can be found at www.maria…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Jonathan Pitts and his 16-year-old daughter, Alena Pitts! Jonathan is a pastor and father of four girls in Franklin, TN! He runs For Girls Like You, a Christ-focused ministry and magazine founded by his wife, Wynter. They aim to introduce young girls to Christian values in a way t…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Amanda Davison and her daughter Laila! Amanda is the creator of A Wife Like Me, a community of women supporting each other through married life and can be found at awifelikeme.com. She lives in Minnesota with her husband and three kids! We’re talking about: 👩‍👧 How to help kids wh…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Tricia Goyer and her daughter Florentina! Tricia has written 75 books and has a wealth of information for homeschooling, parenting, and raising spiritual kids. She has a large family and has adopted from foster care. We’re talking about: ❤️ Tricia and Florentina’s experiences with…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Barb Roose. Barb is an author, speaker, and podcaster and can be found at www.barbroose.com. Barb and her family live in Northwest Ohio. She’s the author of Surrendered: 40 Devotions to Help You Let Go & Live Like Jesus. We’re talking about: Surrendering to Jesus as your child gro…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Blythe Daniel and her ten-year-old daughter Calyn! Blythe lives in Colorado with her husband and their three children. She is a literary agent and marketer, as well as speaker and co-author of Mended: Restoring the Hearts of Mothers and Daughters. For more information, visit thebl…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Tracy Steel, who pursues her passion for ministry through speaking and writing, and her 9-year-old daughter Katie! Tracy is the author of A Redesigned Life: Uncovering God’s Purpose When Life Doesn’t Go As Planned and lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and their two childr…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by Melissa Clark and her daughter Averie! Melissa is a counselor, author, and podcaster! She and her husband live in the Dallas area with their son and daughter. For more information about Melissa visit www.melissaclarkcounseling.com We’re talking about: How extroverted and introvert…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by expert Katie Reid and her 16-year-old daughter Brooklyn! Katie lives in central Michigan with her five kids and husband Adam. She is the author of Made like Martha: Good News for the Woman Who Gets Stuff Done, as well as a blogger, singer, and speaker. We’re talking about: 👂 Being…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I are joined by expert Erin Weidemann and her daughter Rooney! Erin lives in San Diego, California with Rooney and her husband Brent, and is the publisher of the Bible Belle series as well as founder of Truth Becomes Her, an online education platform for moms and mentors of the next generation! W…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, @lynncowell and I are joined by expert @karikampakis. She lives with her husband and four daughters in Birmingham, Alabama. She is an author, blogger, and national speaker and her latest book “Love Her Well: 10 Ways to Find Joy and Connection with your Teenage Daughter” is available for pre-order at http://www.k…
 
On this episode of Raising Brave Beauties, Lynn Cowell and I speak with Cindy Bultema and her teen daughter Amanda. Cindy is the executive director of GEMS Girls' Clubs gemsgc.org, as well as a speaker, author, and Bible teacher. For more information visit cindybultema.com. We’re talking about: 👯‍♀Friendship difficulties in the middle and high scho…
 
This week on Raising Brave Beauties, we’re talking with Lee Nienhuis and her daughter Lexi Beth of leenienhuis.com. She is the host of Moms in Prayer podcast https://momsinprayer.org/resources/podcast/ and author of Countercultural Parenting: Building Character in a World of Compromise. We’re talking about: 😞How to handle disappointment in your chi…
 
Today I wanted to introduce to you the latest season of my podcast, Raising Brave Beauties, with Lynn Cowell! We hope to empower mothers and daughters listening together to find the love and confidence that comes through Christ. We’re going to cover: 👩🏻‍🦱 Instilling the values of being a Brave Beauty in your adolescent daughter. 👩‍👧 Handling hard d…
 
The holiday season often brings festive activities and get-togethers for many, but it also means that finding time to rest can pose as a challenge. Join Michelle Nietert as she speaks with author and sister, Melissa Spoelstra of Total Family Makeover, on what Scripture says about rest and what restorative activities may look like for you and your f…
 
Has blending families proven to a much bigger challenge than you anticipated? The key to a harmonious life may just be a perspective shift away. In this episode, Michelle and author Gayla Grace (stepparentingwithgrace.com) breakdown five myths about stepfamily life that can help adjust expectations and bring the contentment you've been searching fo…
 
In this episode, Michelle and Dr. Michelle Bengtson discuss having a hope that prevails in the midst of depression. Visit Michelle's blog at MichelleNietert.com/blog for more details and resources.저자 Michelle Nietert | Licensed Professional Counselor, Clinical Director, and Mom Dedicated to Inspiring Families and Communities
 
Today on the podcast, Tricia Goyer, author of 70 books including her latest Walk It Out joins me as we talk about illness, grief and walking beside someone as they enter heaven. I also wrote a blog post on Tricia‘s website regarding this topic http://www.triciagoyer.com/tag/michelle-nietert/ Show notes will be available soon at http://michelleniete…
 
Both parents and students struggle with perfectionism especially when it comes to academic performance. Join counselor Michelle Nietert as she talks with author and mom of 5 adult children Jill Savage about the 10 Dangers of the Perfection Infection and some helpful antidotes. You can discover more about Jill and her No More Perfect series of books…
 
In this episode, Michelle and Lee Nienhuis (bravemomsbravekids.com) discuss answering God's call in your everyday life to prayer. They discuss the momsinprayer.org movement and how we can offensively make a difference in the culture that surrounds our children. Lee also shares her tips regarding being BRAVE. Visit Michelle's blog at MichelleNietert…
 
Joining Michelle Today is Suzanne Eller. Suzie is a Proverbs 31 Ministries writer, bestselling author, and listed in the Top 100 Christian women bloggers three years in a row. Releasing this week is her new bio, "Come With Me: A Year of Walking With Jesus" which we are focusing on and for every woman who pre-orders a copy, she is giving one to a wo…
 
Joining Licensed Professional Counselor Michelle Nietert today on Counselor Thoughts is Mary DeMuth, author of 30 books translated into 5 languages and the founder of the Restory Conference, a local event coming to the DFW area on September 16th. In this episode, Mary and Michelle discuss the idea not only of reframing a life event but also seeing …
 
In this episode licensed professional counselor is once again joined by Cory Bertrand, another professional counselor and staff member at Community Counseling Associates. As they discuss healthy relationships, topics are covered such as: Understanding the difference between giving, taking and mutuality in friendships Sharing or giving away Toya, cl…
 
It's hard to let go of our kids and watch them face the struggles of this world. In this episode Michelle and her guest Proverbs 31 speaker Lynn Cowell discuss practical ways to instill independence and confidence in your child(ren) as they develop throughout childhood all the way to releasing them as leave the home. We want our kids to know even a…
 
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