The aim of self regulation is the ability to adjust their level of alertness which encompasses managing our arousal level, energy state, emotions and behaviours to attain goals in a social adaptive way. This state of being supports focus, attention and active...read more
Discovering your child’s superpowers! A strength-based approach is a collaborative style of learning which aims to change the lens in which one might view our child. Using this approach with children shifts the focus to what your child can do, what are their beautiful...read more
I love the foundation of a coaching model within the therapeutic relationship. This empowers the families to acknowledge they are the experts on themselves and their child. It create connection, identifies strengths and ways to eliminate, modify or overcome barriers...read more
I base my therapy sessions in play as I have found this supports their engagement in the activities with effort and vigor and creates an atmosphere of fun! It is delightfully described by Norma Alessandrini in The American Journal of Occupational Therapy in 1949....read more
Living here in Australia, hitting home recently is the devastating fires that has forced so many people and animals to flee their homes. The trauma that they have faced, near death, loss and returning to devastation has ignited a beautiful and strong community that...read more
This month I have committed to participate in the Mindful in May project by Dr. Elise Bialylew. This is a program that involves a month long challenge to participate in a variety of meditations guided by amazing people from around the world! She combines this with...read more
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