Jessica Lahey

Steve Silberman

Julie Lythcott-Haims

Ross Greene

Tina Payne Bryson

Alfie Kohn

Mona Delahooke

Mike Postma

Anders Ronnau

Maria Davis-Pierre

Seth Perler

Laura Anderson

Ned Johnson & Bill Stixrud

Zach Morris

Jason Allen

Kristy Forbes

Derin & Debbie

Dan Peters

Over the past nearly 5 years, I’ve had the honor of interviewing more than 200 insightful, brilliant parents, authors, educators, and thought leaders for the Tilt Parenting podcast. Here is a collection of some of the most transformational, thought-provoking episodes so far. Listen to them here or on your favorite podcast platform.

Master coach, hypnotherapist, and trainer Anders Ronnau talks about his movement to shift the way ADHD is experience and perceived, and shares his unique strategy for transforming ADHD from the inside out.

Debbie and her husband Derin have an honest, open, and vulnerable conversation about their (up and down) journey as a couple navigating parenting a differently-wired child.

Dr. Ross Greene, author of The Explosive Child, explains how parents can tap into the power and benefits of collaboratively problem solving with their differently-wired kids.

Writer, consultant, and presenter Dr. Michael Postma of SENG talks about the education and well-being of twice exceptional and intellectually gifted students and their families.

Educator Jessica Lahey talks about her book The Gift of Failure and how we can best prepare our kids for an independent, successful adulthood.

Science writer and author Steve Silberman talks about his book Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity.

Educator and school co-founder Zach Morris talks about what it takes to support our differently wired children in transforming their world-view and positively shifting their mindset.

Clinical child and family psychologist Dr. Laura Anderson talks about gender noncomformity in children and explores the link between autism and gender dysphoria and gender fluidity.

Psychologist and author Dr. Dan Peters explores what parenting with purpose and intention looks like, explains how it benefits children, and walks us through his new Parent Footprint Awareness Training.

Executive functioning/education coach Seth Perler talks with 14-year-old Asher about resistance—what it is, why it shows up, how it gets in kids’ ways, and what to do about it. This is a special back-to-school episode aimed at kids.

Author and human behavior expert Alfie Kohn talks about what it means to parent unconditionally and explains the downsides of parenting with rewards, punishments, and other approaches aimed at behavior modification.

Speaker and author Julie Lythcott-Haims (How to Raise an Adult) shares what she’s learned about how we can help our children develop advocacy skills, confidence, and self-efficacy so they can have a successful transition to adulthood.

Pediatric psychologist and author Mona Delahooke talks about her new book Beyond Behaviors: Using Brain Science and Compassion to Understand and Solve Children’s Behavioral Challenges.

Neuropsychologist William Stixrud PhD and Ned Johnson talk about their gamechanging book The Self-Driven Child and explain the importance of supporting our child’s sense of control and autonomy.

Autism and neurodiversity support specialist Kristy Forbes (InTune Pathways) talks about her personal journey, as well as how parents can best support, see, and embrace their neurodivergent, demand-avoidant children.

Educator, blogger, and community activist Jason B. Allen shares his ideas for how traditional school environments need to change to better serve differently wired black students and, in particular, black and brown boys.

Psychotherapist and author Dr. Tina Payne Bryson talks about her new book (co-written with Dr. Dan Siegel) The Power of Showing Up, why kids need a secure attachment, the role of self-compassion for parents, and much more.

Licensed mental health counselor and activist Maria Davis-Pierre (founder of Autism in Black) talks about her work to bring awareness to autism spectrum disorder and reducing the stigma associated with ASD in the black community.