554546288429728 How to Raise an Organized Child with Dr. Damon Korb - The Modern Mommy Doc Podcast

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30th Mar 2020

How to Raise an Organized Child with Dr. Damon Korb

This week on the podcast, we welcome Damon Korb, MD, FAAP. As a developmental and behavioral pediatrician and the father of 5, Dr. Korb knows a little something about raising kids who are confident, independent, and self-reliant. He joins us to talk about his book, Raising an Organized Child. It helps parents develop their children's organized thinking skills and executive function. These skills are tied to developmental milestones, so whether a child is an infant or a teenager, it's never too late (or too early!) to foster organization in him or her and harmony in the whole family. It's an especially relevant topic now that we all find ourselves at home with our kids on the regular and want those homes (and our children) to be in order!

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Whitney Casares

Whitney Casares, MD, MPH, FAAP is a pediatrician and a mom to two young girls in Portland, Oregon. Every day, she tries to balance taking care of work, her kids, and herself, laughing at the craziness of the early years with young ones.

After completing her undergraduate degree in Journalism, she completed her medical school training at The University of Vermont and her pediatrics residency training at Stanford University. She also holds a Masters of Public Health in Maternal and Child Health from The University of California, Berkeley. She cares for children and adolescents as a full-time, Board-certified pediatrician in Portland, Oregon. Her passion is helping parents find their way to confidence and success as they raise their kids.

Being a modern parent is a challenge and an adventure – Dr. Casares knows it first-hand. She developed Modern Mommy Doc to inspire, educate and encourage moms and dads so they can win at parenting without losing themselves.