Imagine how you feel when you hear nails on a blackboard. That’s what it’s like for children with sensory processing disorder
Amy is an AbilityPath Mom that has never stopped advocating services for her daughter while also raising her other two children
Recognizing Symptoms and Signs of Depression
Sometimes, children and families need help adjusting in the face of difficult times and may find the support of a mental health professional to be helpful
Therapy provides a safe, empathic, accepting space for parents and children
Often, one of the best ways to find a therapist is by “word of mouth.” Start by asking friends or family members who may have worked with therapists in the past
Separation anxiety is common in children between the ages of eight months to three years
How do I know if my child’s behavior may be due to the environment?
How do I know if my child’s behavior may be due to the child not knowing what to do, but being ready to learn?
How do I know if my child’s behavior may be due to an emotional need?
You and your baby have within you the building blocks for developing a healthy, secure attachment
It is important for you to understand why your child may be misbehaving
Practicing consistent, positive discipline is one of the most important ways you can support your child’s healthy development
Stress is not what happens to us. It’s our response to what happens. And response is something that we can choose. –Maureen Killoran
Are you beginning to develop a greater awareness of why and how you experience stress?
Self and Mutual Regulation: Resources and References
If your child has trouble with self-regulation, it could be due to environmental stressors or your child’s unique differences
How do you respond to your children’s needs, impulses, and behaviors?