Time Out with Tinseltown Mom

Time Out with Tinseltown Mom

Welcome to Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, hosted by celebrity mom blogger Tirralan Watkins. Our goal is to encourage, strengthen and motivate moms by offering tips to assist with the joys and struggles of motherhood. With the guidance of industry experts, celebrity moms and you, we’ll navigate this journey together. So sit back, relax and take a little Time Out with Tinseltown Mom. For more information visit TinseltownMom.com.

Episodes

May 23, 2022 27 min

On episode #60 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom I speak with Brooke Navarro, founder & CEO of Without A Trace, a manufacturer and distributor of allergen-friendly, gluten-free snacks. Prior to Without A Trace, Brooke worked on Wall Street for over 10 years.

Today she’s going to talk about what prompted her to leave Wall Street to pursue her passion. For more info. about her company visit: www.withoutatracefoods.com

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On episode #59 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom I speak with author and professor, Jen Malia. Jen was diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in her late 30s, on the same day as her daughter. Her son was then diagnosed with ASD a year later and then subsequently her oldest daughter. Today Jen is going to talk about her family’s journey with autism spectrum disorder, plus her children’s book, Too Sticky!: Sensory Issues with...

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On episode #58 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, Dr. Jenny Yip, clinical psychologist, author, speaker and nationally recognized OCD and anxiety expert is back to talk about when a parent doesn’t like their child and steps to take to remedy that relationship.

For more on Dr. Jenny Yip visit her at www.dryip.com www.renewedfreedomcenter.com or wwwlittlethinkerscenter.com

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On episode #57 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, parenting expert, guidance counselor, licensed educational psychologist, and board-certified behavior Analyst, Reena Patel talks about discipline strategies for kids, tweens and teens.

Reena has given expert advice on shows such as The Doctors, CNN, and KTLA and has been featured in The Wall Steet Journal, Parents Magazine, Yahoo News, Forbes, plus a host of other platforms. For more ...

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On episode #56 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, I speak with parenting expert and psychologist, Rachel Tomlinson, who’s also an internationally published author of Teaching Kids to Be Kind and her upcoming book, A Blue Kind of Day.

Today we’re going to talk about how to recognize and help a young child suffering from depression.

For more on Rachel Tomlinson or to order her books visit: www.towardwellbeing.com

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On episode #55 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, I speak with top legal expert and licensed education attorney, Catherine Michael. Catherine represents students and their families in a variety of education and personal injury matters including Special Education Due Process, disciplinary issues, personal injury of children, sexual abuse, school shooting victims, as well as other civil rights and disability claims experienced by stude...

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On episode #54 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom I speak with someone who’s been on before, Dr. Denise Hunter, also known as Dr. D-Nice. Dr. D-Nice has been a medical doctor for over 20 years and is an Adolescent Wellness Specialist. She also has over 30 years of experience as a youth leader and is a trained youth motivational speaker.

Today Dr. D-Nice is going to talk about how to keep ADHD kids organized in middle and high school.

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On episode #53 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, I speak with Nellie Harden, a mom of four, plus a life and leadership coach. Nellie homeschools all four of her tween and teen girls, and today, we’re going to talk about the pros and cons of homeschooling.

For more on Nellie visit www.nellieharden.com

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On episode #52 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, I speak with Michelle Payette, a commissioned minister, educator, public speaker, and church partnership manager for the world’s largest prison ministry, Prison Fellowship. She’s also the founder and executive director of Beacon of Light, an organization that educates and reconciles families of the incarcerated.

After spending nearly two years incarcerated in the New York State prison...

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On episode #51 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, I speak with top legal expert and licensed education attorney, Catherine Michael. Catherine represents students and their families in a variety of education and personal injury matters including Special Education Due Process, disciplinary issues, personal injury of children, sexual abuse, school shooting victims, as well as other civil rights and disability claims experienced by stude...

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On episode #50 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom I’m sharing 7 clips from my top seven shows. The experts in these segments offer leading parenting advice, so hopefully some or all of these tips will resonate in one way or another. Below is a link to each full episode.

This will be the last podcast episode of the year. Happy Holidays!

  • Dr. Bethany Cook Distinguishes Between Authoritarian, Tiger and Helicopter Parenting (CLICK for Full...
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    On episode #49 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, I speak with Danny Jordan, a television producer and director who’s worked on a myriad of shows such as Extreme Makeover: Home EditionBiggest LoserMasterChef, Deal or No Deal, plus more.

    After Danny’s daughter was diagnosed with an upper limb difference, he authored The Capables, a book series that puts children, like his daughter, in the hero role to encourage readers to be more ...

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    On episode #48 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, I speak with Jennifer Kolari. Jennifer is one of the nation’s leading parenting experts, a highly sought-after international speaker, founder of Connected Parenting, and author of the books Connected Parenting and You’re Ruining My Life.

    Jennifer also hosts the Connected Parenting weekly podcast and is co-host on The Mental Health Comedy Podcast, plus she’s a frequent guests on nation...

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    Today on Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, I’m replaying episode #35 where I speak with Harvard-trained Psychiatrists, Dr. Carlin Barnes and Dr. Marketa Wills who’ve authored a practical guide to help people better understand how to deal with the growing mental health crisis.

    On this episode, we talk about how to determine if the mother in your life is suffering with mental illness and practical ways you can help. We also discuss the s...

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    On episode #47 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom I speak with Delphia Brewton, a 14-year survivor of domestic abuse. Through her company Blessings From My Heart To Your Table, Delphia provides female survivors of domestic violence a second chance to start fresh and empowers them to pursue new careers.

    Today she’s going to talk about how she found the strength to get herself and her kids out of an abusive relationship and offer encour...

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    Today on Time Out with Tinseltown Mom, I’m replaying episode #6 where I speak with Dr. Vanessa Lapointe about sibling rivalry and discipline strategies, and Dr. Lapointe will offer tips on how to navigate these areas successfully.

    Dr. Lapointe is a mother of two, published author, parenting expert, registered psychologist and sought-after media guest who regularly speaks on a wide range of topics related to childrearing, child deve...

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    On episode #46 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom I speak with New York Times Bestselling author Mary Beth Chapman. Along with co-writing several children’s books, Mary Beth wrote, Choosing to See: A Journey of Struggle and Hope. Mary Beth and her Grammy and Dove award-winning husband, Steven Curtis Chapman, founded the nonprofit Show Hope, an organization that provides resources for families wishing to adopt.

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    On episode #45 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom I speak with Dr. Bethany Cook, a licensed Clinical Psychologist, Health Service Psychologist, Adjunct Professor, and Board-Certified Music Therapist. She’s also the author of For What It’s Worth – A Perspective on How to Thrive and Survive Parenting Ages 0 – 2.  She’s provided expert advice to Parade Magazine, Today, PureWow, plus more.

    Today she’s going to talk about the difference be...

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    On episode #44 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom I speak with Angela Rose, a vocal advocate for survivors of sexual assault. At the age of 17, Angela was abducted at knifepoint outside a Chicago shopping mall by a repeat sex offender on parole for murder. She was later sexually assaulted. Today she’s going to talk about her journey, in hopes of offering encouragement and guidance to other moms seeking to heal from their own traumatic...

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    On episode #43 of Time Out with Tinseltown Mom I speak with licensed psychologist, Dr. Shauna Springer. Dr. Springer is one of the nation’s leading experts on trauma, disruptive change, psychological recovery, post-traumatic growth, and close relationships. She’s been featured on NPR, CNN, NBC, CBS Radio, Forbes, plus more. Today she’s going to talk about ways mothers can heal from past trauma in order to be healthy for their kids.

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