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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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Mental Health Month: Challenge 2 Thoughts of Gratitude

Ready for your next challenge for Mental Health Month? Great!! This week's challenge focuses on the thoughts we have. As we go about our daily lives it can be easy to forget the positive experiences we have. Life on a day-to-day basis isn't about winning the lottery or buying a new car or landing your… Continue reading Mental Health Month: Challenge 2 Thoughts of Gratitude

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Speak On It: I Let My 8-Year-Old Drop F-Bombs

Do understand that the title of this Speak On It post does not refer to my own actions but to the title of the article I am discussing. Because although my children are not 8 years old, or even close to it, I will not be allowing them to curse. Period. Also understand I do… Continue reading Speak On It: I Let My 8-Year-Old Drop F-Bombs