10 Brain-Based Play Therapy Resources

My joy to meet you all on the Navajo Nation this week.  I wish to provide you with some of the resources about which we will speak. Here is the slideshow if you wish to download it, feel free to do so and share at your school, clinic or setting.
NeuroCognitive Printables August 15 2013
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By |November 6th, 2014|Behavior, Bloom, Brain Train, Development, Dr. Lynne, parenting, Preschoolers, Schoolagers, Speaking|Comments Off

Did you ever wanna hug your kid’s teacher?

This is a bit self-disclosing and I might even delete it when I come back to my senses, but I love my daughter’s honors teacher so much, I want to hug her.  Why do I love her? Because the children love her! Mrs. Hudson is brilliant, unique, organized and oh-so funny. She has nurtured, […]

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By |June 1st, 2014|Brain Train, Education, General, Schoolagers|Comments Off

Your Brain On Music ~ LIVE EVENTS with Nacho Arimany

Composer, multi-instrumentalist and musician for the brain Nacho Arimany is coming to Scottsdale June 2014 for two live events and a series of one on one client sessions. In June Nacho will be in North Carolina In July Nacho will be in Los Angeles In August Nacho will be in New York City In […]

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By |May 12th, 2014|Behavior, Brain Train, Education, Music|0 Comments

Motor Movement and Brain Research

We have been talking this week in Missouri a lot about motor movement, rhythm, timing and brain function.  Here are a few books and articles about which we spoke with summaries by my wonderful colleague Shea Schwartz.  A warm thank you to Shea for lifting up the lives of children with empirically-informed interventions.

Bloedel, J.R., […]

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Brain-Based Interventions Slide Show Sneak Peak

What a joy to meet with colleagues in Kansas City, St Louis and Columbia. Thank you for all your wonderful ideas! We explored neurocognition, self-regulation skills and enhancing executive function. Here is the slide show. Download it, view it, use it. Let’s spread the word that kids need skill sets not punishment. Happy Thinking […]

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