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From Method To Practice: 25 Years of Practice in 30 Days!
In the past two months, I have had the honor to teach Brain-Based Parenting & Intervention skills to over 300 parents, teachers and coaches. First, I wish to thank you all for being so enthusiastic about the use of hoola hoops, Kimochis, bells, bean bags, and more in the skill development of…Continue
Posted on May 4, 2011 at 8:28am
The arrival of a new baby brother or sister is exciting for your family. But it can also be anxiety provoking. No worries, that’s part of the process of change that comes with new life experiences.
Things are about to change in your home and on some level, everyone knows it. Attention will need to be divided. More tasks demands are imminent and you’re about to be sleep deprived, at least for a little…Continue
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Is your decor drab and in need of a "Lift-Me-Up"? Brightening up your home is a great way to liven up your livin’. It’s like buying a new dress, you feel fresh and alive.
Simple actions can bring delight to your home, you can change the seating arrangement in your great room, move plants from one room to the next, take a few pictures off the walls and change them out with ones…Continue
Posted on March 20, 2011 at 8:00am — 1 Comment
If you attend a workshop or parenting class, you are likely to hear that children misbehave for four common reasons: attention, power, revenge or inadequacy. Yet, when I ask parents the meanings behind behavior, they often come up with a broader range of reasons children misbehave. Let’s look at the short list:).
Children may misbehave due to:
1. Developmental delays: Children who experience language, motor,…Continue
Posted on March 14, 2011 at 10:55am — 2 Comments
PHOENIX - In today's world, kids are starting to notice the differences they have with their friends/peers much earlier then ever before. Whether it is racial, religious, sexual, physical or emotional differences, kids are starting to ask parents the tough questions: Why are they different? Why aren't they like me?
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