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The Reconnect with your Teenager podcast

Welcome to “Reconnect with Your Teenager,” the podcast that offers insights and strategies for parents looking to strengthen their relationship with their adolescent and teenage children.

Join Emma G as she talks with other professional coaches, therapists, educators, and mentors who all offer their own insights and strategies for strengthening your relationship with your teenager.

You are not alone in your journey as a parent. In fact, the challenges you face with your adolescent and teenaged children are completely normal post-pandemic. The Gen Z teenager is unlike any other generation, so it’s important to recognize that we need to guide, mentor, coach, parent and teach them differently.

As a society, we often forget that the teenage years are a period of immense growth and transformation for both the child and the parent. It’s a time where we need to adapt our parenting approach and be intentional in how we guide, mentor, coach, parent and teach our teenagers throughout this season of change.

The “Reconnect with your Teenager” series is where youth empowerment coach and musician: Emma G offers a space for experts and professionals to share their stories, suggestions, and strategies for parents who are ready to embrace vulnerability and courage, and learn to connect with their teenager/s in a deeper and more meaningful way.

Listen on:

  • Apple Podcasts
  • Podbean App
  • Spotify
  • Amazon Music
  • iHeartRadio
  • PlayerFM
  • Podchaser
  • BoomPlay
Henrik - Emma G
“I really enjoyed being on your show and sharing my passion for understanding the mind and our awareness, how to use them properly to concentrate, and incorporate all this into our everyday life to live our life to the fullest. I also enjoyed you as an interviewer and the energy you share by being you and all the good you undoubtedly do for our teenagers out there!”
Henrik Jönsson
Yoga and Mindfulness Coach
Saundra - Emma G
“Recently, I had the opportunity of being a guest on Emma G’s podcast “Reconnect with your Teenager” to discuss mother daughter relationships and my book, Make It Stop! A Young Woman’s Guide to Overcome or Prevent Dating Abuse. It was such an enlightening experience working with Emma who personality and sweet spirit not only made it fun, but provided information to you audience in a way to connect with them keeping them engaged.
Her musical talents are outstanding. I love how she uses music to help reconnect with teenagers the same way I use teaching parents how to communicate and effectively listen to their teens to build a connection with them. It was a pleasure to work with Emma G. and I look forward to working with her again in the future. Continue doing the work you do it is so needed. Happy to have you as a comrade in this journey of helping our teens become all they can be.”
- Saundra J Golden
Mother-Daughter Relationship Coach, Speaker & Author of Make It Stop!
3 - Emma G
“It was great to chat with Emma G so wonderful to see someone use their talent of music, passion, and bounding positive energy for good.”
Tyler Copenhaver
2 - Emma G
“Working with Emma during the podcast and being a guest was like a breath of fresh air. The energy she brings and the warmth and openness she spreads while on air are just amazing. Her questions were great and her reactions brought light to the conversation that could have gone the other way as mental health, and brain health of teens is a serious subject. It was truly an honor to be your guest Emma hopefully we will get a chance to work together again.
Your Brain Coach D
1 - Emma G
“I recently had the pleasure of being a guest on Emma G’s podcast “Reconnect with your Teenager” to talk about my book The Power of PR Parenting. Not only is Emma G a fun and engaging host, but she is also a great musical talent.
I love that she is using her amazing talent to help today’s teens build confidence through music, which is also a core component of PR Parenting. Brava Emma G!”
Marjie Hadad
PR Pro, Coach, Speaker & the Author of The Power of PR Parenting
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