Climbing Down Anger Mountain #Bloom FREE PRINTABLE

Sometimes children have feelings they experience intensely, but do not understand.  You can help your child learn to modulate their feelings better if you take the step to help them identify how they feel, when and why. More on feelings and the brain can be found in Chapter 8 The Caveman and The Thinker […]

Back To School: An Organized Home Sets Your Family Up For Success! #Bloom

With the plethora of valuable websites now a days, all one has to do it type “back to school tips” in the google search bar and your off and running. As a pediatric Psychologist who works in the homes of wonderful families with challenging children, I wish to help you clean out your home […]

Play Math Camp September 5-7, 2013 #Phoenix

A few parents have asked me to repeat our Play Math Camp September 5-6-7 in Phoenix (Desert Ridge Area) as those are no school days. If you have a 3rd, 4th or 5th grader who is having difficulty with multiplication and division facts email me and if we have enough interest we’ll do a […]

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#EF Homework Success: It’s all in the discrete tasks

Today, a twitter colleague looked at the #EF Daily Homework Planner and said, @karenlovestew “I wonder what are discrete parts of the assignment what would go in this slot for example?”

Karen, thank you, this indeed needed more elaboration.

We all know that project management can be difficult. It takes seeing the BIG picture, knowing what […]

Got Social Skills? Social Adventures Can Help!

It’s Expert MONDAY!  Meghan Graham MS CCC-SLP, Karen Head MS CCC-SLP and Jill Perry MHA MS OTR/L are with us today to talk about how to teach children social skills. I had the opportunity to ask Meghan, Karen and Jill questions parents often pose when I make a referral for language therapy, social […]