When something scary happens, what can you do to bring back safety? In today's episode of Talking Sense, a mother asks about how to support her child after a choking episode. Dr Martha talks about what happens to children's bodies when they feel scared and the things that are most effective in helping them move through this. Despite the specific question this episode touches on elements that will support you as a parent at times when your child goes through a scary event.Want to hear the latest news, get insightful reflections from Dr Martha, and her monthly recommendations on books and what to watch? Sign up to her Newsletter via her website: https://www.drmarthapsychologist.com/If you have enjoyed the podcast don't forget to rate and review to help others know whether taking the time to listen may benefit themCome join Dr Martha on Instagram @dr.martha.psychologist and be part of a community full of thoughtful, caring, and keen to learn adults, parents, and professionals.The Confident Parent course is out! Do you have, or look after, children between the ages of 18 months and 6 years old? The Confident Parent is a practical, video-based course for parents and caregivers from Clinical Psychologist Dr Martha. Over eighty 3-6 minute videos to guide you through the main challenges of the early years. Learn more about the course and sign up here: https://www.drmarthapsychologist.com/the-course Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.