60 Minutes with Dr Maryhan

60 minutes with Dr. maryhan

Pour yourself a cuppa, find a comfy seat and join Maryhan for a practically based talk on a whole range of parenting topics.

2 Ways to Join & Listen


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Live Talk

Social Media and The Teen Brain

8-9pm BST
11th October 2023

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Recorded Session

If you can’t make the LIVE talk, you can purchase the recording and still benefit from getting Maryhan’s practical solutions, the workbook, and hearing her answer questions. 

next live talk – 11th October 2023

Social Media and The Teen Brain

Let’s talk honestly about the impact of social media and the teen brain. From Twitter to TikTok and the whole Metaverse in between, it is now well documented to have a significantly negative impact on our children’s mental health – linked to depression, anxiety, and increase suicide rates.

What can we do to help our teens as they learn to navigate this online world? I’ll be answering these questions and setting out my honest thoughts on social media and how mindless use, in my view, is as dangerous for their long-term health and wellbeing as smoking.

Recorded Sessions

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How to Help Your Child Navigate Friendships

As humans we are social animals – we want to belong, we want to be accepted, be part of a collective and friendships serve that purpose for us. When it comes to school – friendships are the reason children stay happy and bounce into school. When they are struggling with friendships it can create a whole host of other issues.

These issues occur across all ages from pre-schoolers all the way up to our school leavers and university attending young adults – the language used is just different.
I’ll share the qualities of a good friend and the five friendship truths.

Managing Tech & Digital Devices

This is such a huge topic, so I am going to try to cover as much as I can so I can in 60-minutes, whether you have a 2 year old all the way up to a 22 year old, with some useful, practical advice to start using immediately.

How to Parent Strong Willed Children

When we have a child who seems hellbent on arguing with everything we ask of them, making up their own rules, and struggling to manage their emotions – it can leave its mark on all of us.

We often feel like we’re parenting in a war zone and then feel guilty and sad with how we’ve handled things. There isn’t a magic wand approach which will change everything, yet my seven strategies could just save your sanity and relationship with your child, without breaking their spirit.

Tantrums & Meltdowns

How do we tackle those inevitable moments when our children simply lose the plat, their emotions get the better of them, or they feel debilitatingly overhwelmed …

I Can Do Difficult Things Talk – Talk for Parents

Wouldn’t it be amazing if our children and teens could conquer their fear of failing? So often they stop doing something or …

I Can Do Difficult Things – Workshop for Children

Let Dr Maryhan help your child identify their fears and take steps to conquer them using a printable workbook and …

Raising Confident, Resilient Kids

Doesn’t every parent want an independent, self-motivated, resilient child or teen who takes ownership of their learning (and revising) …

Supporting Children who Worry

Everyone worries; it’s normal. However, when we have a child or teen who regularly complains of tummy ache …

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