#127: Competition to Cooperation: Siblings and ADHD with Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart

September 18, 2023

SHINING WITH ADHD  EPISODE #127: Competition to Cooperation: Siblings and ADHD with Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart The Childhood Collective 9/20/2023   SUMMARY “I want to pick the show!”  “I want to sit by Mom!”  “Leave me alone!” The sibling struggle is real and can be exhausting for parents and caregivers. Trying to operate as a mediator […]

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EPISODE #127: Competition to Cooperation: Siblings and ADHD with Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart

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9/20/2023

 

SUMMARY

“I want to pick the show!” 

“I want to sit by Mom!” 

“Leave me alone!”

The sibling struggle is real and can be exhausting for parents and caregivers. Trying to operate as a mediator between your kids gets old very quickly. We know that having a child or two in the home with ADHD only intensifies the inevitable conflict. In this episode, we interview Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart, a standout in pediatric psychology, about navigating developmental sibling conflict. We hope to help your kids move from competition to cooperation. 

 

MEET DR. ANN-LOUISE

Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart is a business owner of A New Day Pediatric Psychology in San Antonio, TX. She is a pediatric psychologist, parent coach, wife of 24 years, a mom of 11 and 13-year-olds, and has over 17 years of experience in her field.

She serves as a parent coach for parents who have kids and teens with behavioral and emotional regulation concerns, those diagnosed with ADHD and anxiety, as well as kids who are highly sensitive. She focuses on helping parents adjust their mindset about parenting. Dr. Lockhart helps overwhelmed parents get on the same page and better understand their kids and teens. 

 

AFFILIATE INFORMATION

We talk A LOT about executive function and what it takes for our kids with ADHD to plan and execute important tasks in their lives. But what about us? The mental load of parenting is real, and there is SO MUCH we have to use our executive functions for. One of those things is meal planning. What does everyone like? What will my kids eat? Which family member can have dairy, and which one can’t have gluten? The list goes on and on. We know nutrition is important, but balanced meals take a backseat between school, therapy appointments, activities, and more. That is why we are loving Hungryroot. They offer “good-for-you groceries and simple recipes.” We have loved having one less thing to worry about. As always, we want to help you, so we’ve got a code for 40% off your first box.  Just click the link and use CHILDHOOD40 in all caps to get the discount. Happy eating! 

LINKS + RESOURCES

Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart’s Site

Courses from Dr. Ann-Louise

Hungry Root – Use code CHILDHOOD40

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