The Parent Coffee Talk™
Parenting is never easy but Dr. Cleopatra and Dr. Ro are here to help you navigate with humor and love. Dr. Cleopatra is a Fertility Strategist who helps parents create their super babies. Dr. Ro is a Pediatric Mental Health Expert specializing in providing integrative mental health solutions for children with anxiety, ADHD, autism and more. Together they have combined forces to bring you the best conversations with parenting experts to help you build your parenting toolkit.
Join Dr. Cleopatra and Dr. Ro each week on the Parent Coffee Talk Podcast to learn how to handle the most pressing issues a parent can face. We get real and the solutions we provide are more than just theory – we put them to use in our practices each week!
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Many of us grew up in “bubble wrapped” households. We were taught to stay out of the kitchen, let mom do the chores, and that
Food is a special language that helps us connect with people in a way nothing else can. In today’s episode, Melissa Mio, author, inspirational speaker,
Being human comes with many battles we have to overcome. One we all encounter at some point in our lifetime is betrayal. Betrayal can be
Balancing work and parent life can be a difficult balance, but there are ways you can prioritize both. Today’s guest, Chris Winfield, is the face
We all face various degrees of anxiety and stress in our day-to-day lives. Especially during these times of uncertainty and change. Today’s guest, Alex Ortner,
During these times of uncertainty, we all find ourselves walking to the kitchen more. Whether it’s out of comfort or boredom, Tricia Nelson is here
There are many contributing factors that make up our bodies alignment and mental health. One important element that often gets overlooked is our posture.
In times of stress and overwhelm, it can be easy to neglect our needs and spirituality. However, in these times it is most vital that
Often times, the power of thoughts, emotions, and energy can be overlooked. When dealing with chronic pain, and mental or physical illness, the culprit is
Navigating parenthood is one of the most difficult, but fulfilling, things you can ever do. Parenthood on its own can be tricky, but throwing an
2020 has presented us with a lot of uncertainty. When it comes to the Coronavirus we all have a lot of questions, anxiousness, and concerns.