4-29-17 Keeping Your Children Safe at College (Radio)

Listen to previous episodes   Parents, if you’re concerned about your child’s safety when they’re away at college, on this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Robin Hattersley, editor of Campus Safety magazine shares important information you must consider before sending your child off to school. Brought to you by SSI Guardian every Saturday […]

2-18-17 Helping Children Cope with Bad News (Guest: TaRhonda Thomas)

You see her on television news every day, but to her children, she’s “Mom.” On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, TaRhonda Thomas of Denver’s 9NEWS Morning team offers tips for how to help children understand and process all that’s going on in the news and in our world today. Living Well with […]

8-27-16 Cybersafety for Back to School (Radio)

Do you know what apps and social media your teen is using? Do you understand the risks your child faces on the internet from bullies and online predators? On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, law enforcement professional and child safety expert, Clayton Cranford, “the Cybersafety Cop,” offers tools and an action plan […]

BE! Black Education Impact Conference

On May 12, 2014, Dr. Peg presented “Violence Prevention and Social Media” at the BE! Conference. Contact Dr. Peg for inquiries or to schedule a similar training at your school or organization. info@drpegonline.com | 303-745-4944. For a partial list of training and professional development topics, click here. Thank you!

Helping Your Child Cope with School Violence

December 20, 2013 – Last Friday there was a shooting at Arapahoe High School in Centennial Colorado, which left the shooter dead from a self-inflicted gun shot and one student injured and in critical condition. This happened just days before the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting and just miles from Columbine […]

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. […]

9News 10/25/12 – Advice for Parents Amid the Jessica Ridgeway Case

  KUSA – Talking to your children about the Jessica Ridgeway disappearance and murder is inevitable. But a local psychologist says shielding them from some of the details is necessary, especially at young ages. Psychologist Peggy Mitchell Norwood says the incident is unsettling for many parents as well. “Psychologically, we really have a strong need […]

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 […]

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 […]