During developmental screenings, parents often tell me their child has trouble with “big” emotions–anger and frustration–and goes from “zero-to-sixty” when they don’t get their way.
What most parents are witnessing is more likely a child who is actually very successful … Read more >>
Stress Management Strategies: what are your 5?
Ever feel guilty because you think you should meditate—but you don’t?
Does dancing relax you more than a yoga session?… Read more >>
What is it?
Laughing is a communication skill. Your baby is communicating enjoyment! It is an interesting quirk of human nature that we smile and laugh before we develop language.… Read more >>
During Covid-19 self-quarantine, constant change has become our new normal. Constant change is very stressful for children their parents.
During periods of prolonged stress, it is important to care for our minds and bodies. This is especially important for our … Read more >>
Choir singers experience a reduction in anxiety and an increase in positive mood. A recent thesis from Hunter College explored singing just for the joy of it, even without an audience. Check out the full study below for some encouraging … Read more >>
Spending time in nature is a stress management strategy that works for many people. And now there is a great research study that supports this! A recent study published in Scientific Reports has identified the time threshold for when time … Read more >>