Talkin’ Teens Video Series

Talkin’ Teens is a web-based video series that features the founder and owner of Promethean Psychology, Dr. Sam Marzouk, providing bite-sized advice to parents and caregivers around adolescent mental health. See below for videos and descriptions!

How to Tell if Your Teen is Depressed

Adolescence represents an increased risk of depression. For teenagers, however, depression isn’t always obvious. Check out the video below to learn more about the common signs of teenage depression.

Understanding Anxiety in Teenagers

Not all anxiety is bad. In fact, a little bit of anxiety is a great thing! In this video, we discuss the difference between developmentally normal and abnormal anxiety in teenagers.

The Truth About Grounding

Ever say “you’re grounded!” to your teen after catching them pushing the limits? Welcome to the club! Check out the video below to find out what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to the use of “grounding” as a consequence for adolescent misbehavior.

Top Five Myths of Adolescent ADHD

Unfortunately, there’s quite a bit of misinformation out there around attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Get your myth-busting hat ready and join us as we debunk the top five myths around adolescent ADHD.

Diabetes and Teens: Three Keys for Parents

Let’s face it – adolescence can be stressful. A chronic medical condition such as Type 1 Diabetes can make this already stressful time even more difficult. This video highlights three keys for parents to help their T1D warrior thrive.

Sleep First Video Series

At Promethean Psychology, we believe that sleep is one of the cornerstones of mental wellbeing in children and adolescents (and everyone for that matter!). Our Sleep First program aims to teach children how to make sleep their superpower. In this video series, we lay out simple and practical tips for parents to help their children cultivate lifelong healthy sleeping habits.

How to Get Your Child to Go to Bed… and Stay in Bed

Having trouble getting your child to bed? How about staying in bed? If so, check out this 5-minute video from Dr. Sam Marzouk, pediatric sleep psychologist, featuring a couple practical tips on how parents can make bedtime smoother. These tips are geared toward younger children (i.e., ages 2-10).

‘Psych Hacks’ Handouts

Psych Hacks is our series of handouts for parents and caregivers on child and adolescent psychology. Psych Hacks aims to provide straightforward advice about a particular topic on a single page. Check out a few of our Psych Hacks handouts below.