for the healers & the cycle breakers
for the healers
& the cycle breakers
How learning about sensory processing changed… everything. My brilliant little 4-year-old son was asked to draw a house at preschool and burst into tears. Bursting into tears was a common occurrence for him, as was picky eating, complaining about jeans and shirt tags, banging into things, difficulty transitioning from one task to the next, slouching […]
I am so excited to welcome Ginger Healy to the “Healers and Cycle Breakers” blog to share some support for that ever-elusive skill: regulation. Ginger has been a friend and colleague for years. She is currently the program director for the Attachment and Trauma Network, which is responsible for the wonderful Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools Conference. She […]
Even the ones who REALLY push your buttons! Relationships are inextricably linked to learning. Sure, you might say, but what kind of relationship can I have with a student who just seems grumpy all the time? What do I do when a kid seems to be pushing me away? We all know that feeling where […]
I will admit, I used to think of that middle Monday in January as just a bonus 3-day weekend, something to break up the post-holiday blues, but it’s so much more! It’s more than “I have a dream…” It’s more than hope for a better tomorrow. It’s more than peace and love and being kind […]
Yes, please send me a monthly dose of hope!