FINDING COMFORT IN YOUR OWN SHELL
I am an Integrated Pediatric Physical Therapist and have been in the industry for 23 years. I am a mom of two grown sons whose journey inspired me to think outside of the box with development and learning. In addition to studying at Northeastern University for Physical Therapy. I have a Masters in Human Movement performance from Concordia University. My passion is to empower students, teachers and parents to listen to the body's messages through movement and provide them with tools and language to optimize their bodies for learning and self regulation.
Through the unique lens of a diversely trained clinician complete an assessment to determine what aspects of functional movement and body control are impact behavior, attention and learning.
Please explore my workshop offerings. I offer school based workshops to address the growing occurrence of movement challenges in the classroom. Also, parenting classes to problem solve movement challenges in school and at home.
The Building Blocks of Learning
Could behaviors be useful information?
How comparing behaviors and addictions can give help us create a more useful approach to ADHD, Autism and emotional trauma. 3 steps to changing your way of thinking about behaviors.
1) Recognize the behaviors 4:57
2) Be brave enough to acknowledge the triggers 5:32
3) Satisfy the physiological needs 10:38