Month: March 2019

In Crisis

I work with several parents who are ‘stuck’.  They have more tasks building up than they have time to complete, and they may feel incompetent, hopeless, or just plain tired.    When I start with families, I may find that they are being pulled in all directions. They are told to enroll their child in MORE therapy, […]

Strive for Mindfulness over Perfection!

I bet you have a long list of expectations for your child! A few may include: Following instructions Sharing with others and taking turns Being Polite Parenting (or therapy for that matter!) is not programming a little person to always be perfect.  Instead, adults can teach children how to UNDERSTAND and ENJOY expected social frameworks. […]