Parenting Understood Podcast
In this research-based parenting podcast, Dr. Erin O’Connor and licensed therapist Michelle Tangeman help parents become more confident and relaxed in their parenting, using evidence-based child development practices.
About The Show
At Parenting Understood, we know there is an abundance of parenting research and advice out there that can make raising your kids feel overwhelming.
On our research-based parenting podcast, we explore child development and other current parenting research topics. Our goal is to break it down into easy to understand, relatable content that can build your parenting confidence. Join us weekly to develop your parenting skills and provide the sensitive and responsive care your child needs.
Why we’re hosting a research-based parenting podcast
Dr. Erin O’Connor
Dr. Erin O’Connor is the director of NYU’s Early Childhood Education program, where she is also a professor. She leads a research program that examines the impacts of mother and teacher relationships on children’s ddevelopment. Erin is also the co-founder of Scientific Mommy, a platform to share child development research with parents and educators.
Michelle Tangeman, LMFT, BCBA
Michelle Tangeman, LMFT, BCBA (mfc85890) is a mom of two, a wife, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst. As the founder of Thriving Toddler, she is passionate about teaching evidence-based parenting strategies grounded in science to help parents feel empowered in raising happy, healthy, and emotionally balanced children.
Explore Our Best Parenting Podcast Episodes
Intro To Parenting Understood – Get To Know The Podcast
Learn more about us and why we started this research based parenting podcast. Plus, discover what to expect from the show going forward.
Meet Dr. Erin O’Connor and Michelle Tangeman & Our Parenting Stories
Listen to our own parenting journeys and discovery how we first met. We’ll be sharing how our experiences led us to starting this podcast.
When Does Self-Regulation Begin? From In Utero To 5 Years Old
We’re joined by neuroscientist Natalie H Brito to explore self-regulation in kids, starting with self-regulation in utero and discussing up to age 5.
The Impacts of Home and School Environment in Preschool
Interview with Meghan McCormick to talk about correlation, causation and how research is conducted in easy to understand terms.
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Preparing for Preschool Diaries
Follow along with Michelle Tangeman as she prepares her little one for preschool this fall.
Get evidence-based, actionable strategies you can use to help your child get ready for a transition to daycare or school.