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#Blogtober17 Day 2: “Babies”

Occasionally I am asked what is the youngest child I have ever seen for therapy. Answer: 14-months-old. Technically the sessions were mainly parent sessions (where I provide education, training, and feedback to the parent(s) of the child). So in terms of one-on-one, I have worked with kids as young as 18-months-old. You are probably wondering… Continue reading #Blogtober17 Day 2: “Babies”

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#Blogtober17: “All About You”

I have never taken part in a blog challenge before and I am not quite sure why I am driven toward the Blogtober17 challenge by Mandi Morrison (@hexmumblog). Maybe it is because the writing prompts are pretty straight forward and open-ended enough to be appealing. Before I jump into today's challenge ("All About You'), I… Continue reading #Blogtober17: “All About You”

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Speak On It: Parents Shaming Their Kids on the Internet

Oh, the internet. When used for the forces of good, it has brought us closer together by allowing us to converse with people literally half way around the world. But then there are the times it is used for the forces of evil. For some reason some parents feel like the internet is a great… Continue reading Speak On It: Parents Shaming Their Kids on the Internet