Episode 25: Most Visible in its Absence

Episode 25: Most Visible in its Absence

When, “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” hit the bookstores in 1984, authors Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel had no idea that their book would become a bible for expectant parents and it would top the Best Seller’s list for years to come. Even though the parents’ search to figure out the mysteries of parenting does not dwindle once the baby is born; it surely gets complicated and there is no single book that guides parent to raise self-disciplined children. Today, my guest Dr. Stephanie Carlson, will demystify Executive Function and children’s capacities to successfully self-regulate their thoughts, feelings, and actions to function autonomously and independently by pausing for reflection.

About Stephanie Carlson, Ph.D.


REFLECT on behavior, evaluate choices for problem solving and resist temptation for a larger benefit #FullPreFrontal Click To Tweet Clear and distinct individual differences in #ExecutiveFunction & self-regulation are apparent as early as preschool aged children. Learn more on #FullPreFrontal! Click To Tweet Learning ways to use the mental “pause” button is a life long commitment #FullPreFrontal Click To Tweet


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Sucheta Kamath
Executive Function Specialist at Cerebral Matters
Sucheta Kamath, founder of private practice (Cerebral Matters®), is an expert in brain training & Executive Function development. She is a TEDx speaker and a recent graduate of the Leadership Atlanta class of 2015. Sucheta will be launching ExQ®, an educational software company that offers accessible, web-based learning management tools for all in Fall of 2019.

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