Podcast with Author and Psychologist Steve Biddulph
In this week’s podcast we are thrilled to sit down again with one of Australia’s foremost experts on raising girls and boys, Steve Biddulph.
In this episode, Steve helps us to unpack the journey of raising girls, from societal pressures, social media, and how to raise strong girls in a society that often makes it challenging. Through his expertise and 30 years of psychology knowledge, he helps us understand how we can raise girls in a warm and caring way so they grow to be strong women with confidence, resilience and self-worth. This is a podcast not to miss!
This podcast covers:
- What it’s like being a girl in the 21st century
- Navigating social media and societal pressures
- Being a role model in the home
- Attachment styles
- Dealing with emotions and recognising gut feelings
About our guest Steve Biddulph
Steve Biddulph is one of the world’s best-known parent educators. A psychologist for 30 years, he is now dedicating his time to writing and teaching about parenting.
Some of his books include The Secret of Happy children, Raising boys, 10 things girls need most, Raising Girls in the 21st century and his very exciting new book which was only released three days ago, Fully Human – a new way of using your mind. You’ll find his work on bookshelves in four million homes and published in 31 languages. His books have influenced the way we look at childhood and especially the development of boys and men.
Steve was also voted Australian Father of the Year 2001 for his work encouraging dads, and, a Member of the Order of Australia for his work in young people’s mental health. He has two grown up children, and lives in Tasmania with his wife and co-author Shaaron.
To learn more about Steve and his work, visit his website.