The Family Anatomy Podcast
Dr. Brian MacDonald and Dr. Giuseppe Spezzano talk about the trials and tribulations of parenting and relationships. Psychologists who are also parents, they take listeners behind the curtain to discuss how they deal with their own kids while bringing in cutting-edge research findings about development and mental health.

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Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk with Dr. Gabor Maté (author of In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts and Scattered Minds) about the impact of the parent-child relationship on development.

How do childhood experiences influence drug abuse, depression, anxiety, and attention problems?

Is ADHD genetic, or does experience affect brain development and lead to attention deficit?

What if your kids turn to their peers as role models rather than relying on you?

Find out this week!

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Direct download: FA111_-_Anatomy_of_Parent-Child_Relationships_Part_1.mp3
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