10-12-17 We Are Family (Radio)

Thursdays 1-2 pm MT on KLZ 560 AM Call in number: 303-477-5600 Whether you’re a wife or husband, a mother or father, or a daughter or son, we all have one thing in common: We’re part of a family. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, marriage and family counselor, Tony Metoyer, provides […]

6-17-17 Dads are Heroes (Radio)

Listen to previous episodes “Whether you know it or not, if you’re a dad, you’re a hero.” That’s the message Dr. Meg Meeker wants to give dads on Father’s Day on the next episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg. Dr. Meeker is a pediatrician and best selling author who reassures dads that they have […]

Helping Your Kids Succeed in School

October 8, 2013 – How involved are you in your child’s education? Is your child struggling with homework? Are you feeling overwhelmed and don’t know how to help your child succeed at school academically and socially? My guest is Dr. Antwan Jefferson, faculty member at University of Colorado Denver School of Education and Human Development. […]

Youth and Depression (Encore Broadcast)

September 27, 2013 – Denver has experienced several recent traumas in our community. A 13 year old boy was killed and an adult mentor of youth in the community has been charged with a shooting that occurred just prior to a community peace rally. It’s easy to understand how youth can be traumatized by these kinds […]

The Superman Years: The Emotional Life of a Parent Caring for a Child with Type 1 Diabetes

October 19, 2012 – Do you have a child or loved one with diabetes or some other chronic illness? How does chronic illness impact the entire family? How do you take care of your loved one without losing yourself? My guest on this Friday’s show is Linda Buzogany, licensed psychotherapist and psychology professor who is […]

Treating Depression in Youth

September 21, 2012 – Depression in kids is more common than you might think. When should you get professional help for your depressed child? Should children ever be medicated? What about family therapy and school-based groups? Psychologist and child and family expert, Jacqueline West will discuss different treatment options for children, teens, and families. Click […]

Youth Depression

September 14, 2012 – The teenage years are filled with angst, breakups, disappointments, and loss. But is depression in teens something we should just assume is inevitable and therefore just accept? How common is depression in children and teens and what are some of the signs? As parents, what do we need to know and […]

Getting Ready for Back to School

August 24, 2012 – It’s back to school time…are you ready? Getting your kids up in the mornings after sleeping in all summer can be challenging. Navigating the school supplies aisle at Walmart can be a nightmare. And then there’s the carpool, school uniforms, packing lunches, getting used to new teachers…. What should be an […]

Separation Anxiety: The Kids or Parents?

August 17, 2012 – Summer is a time for fun at camp and getting ready for back to school. Are you a parent whose kid is all set for sleep away camp, but you are having nightmares? Is your teenager college-bound, but you are all bound up? How do you handle separation anxiety when it’s […]

Just Kickin’ It: The Benefits of Soccer and Other Sports

February 24, 2012 – Coach Keith Frazier, the founder of Kid Goals, discusses the benefits of sports and physical activity on the cognitive and character development of kids. Contact Keith Frazier at www.kidgoals.org Listen live every Friday at 4 pm Mountain Time (6 pm Eastern) to Living Well with Dr. Peg on 1220 AM in […]