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Since the Summer Virtual Book Club for Kids is featuring Kevin Henkes this month, I though it would be a great time to review his books that can be extremely useful in therapy with kids. (He has A LOT … Continue reading
I’ve received lots of requests to blog about potty training … but it’s taken me a really long time to sit down and write this post. The road of potty training my son (now 6) has been long and bumpy … Continue reading
Let me start out by reminding you about my 3 year old daughter, Honor. She’s the one always wearing the princess clothes … The one that had a Princess Birthday Party … She has no doubt that she IS a … Continue reading
One of the most important social skills is the ability recognize, distinguish and label one’s own emotions and the emotions of others. A great way to help develop this skill is to begin reading books that describe and picture feelings … Continue reading
Since I took the Playdough Pledge this week … I figured it was high time that I shared HOW and WHY I use play dough in my work as a play therapist. Play therapy uses PLAY as a way … Continue reading
If you know my daughter Honor, or have even seen the photos of her on this blog, you know that she is usually dressed in princess garb. On rare occasions she will just wear play clothes, but more often than … Continue reading
A few years back I found this list of questions on a Facebook note (if anyone knows the original source, PLEASE let me know!). What is something mom/dad always says to you? What makes mom/dad happy? What makes mom/dad sad? … Continue reading