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Cultivating Calm

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The school-year roller-coaster is in full swing – with all sorts of extra loop-de-loop twists […]

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What You Focus On Grows

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You may know this tale.  It’s well worth repeating. An old Cherokee warrior is teaching […]

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Why Is Trauma-Informed Care So Important?

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Have you noticed your children or students having more trouble concentrating lately?  Do they have […]

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“Campers Adapt!” – The Importance of Cognitive Flexibility

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“We make plans and God laughs.”  This is a saying I’m very familiar with.  Perhaps […]

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A Backpacker’s Guide to Surviving a Pandemic

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“I really don’t know if I can do this.”  “I’m too tired.”  “I don’t know […]

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Overcoming Emotional Exhaustion

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How can we keep going on with all the chronic, toxic stress in our lives […]

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When Silence is Violence

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In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence […]

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To Everything There Is A Season

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To every thing there is a season, and a time for every purpose under the sun: […]

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Reflecting on Feelings – and What to Do with Them

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Whenever I’m asked to help with a child’s disruptive behaviors – acting out, arguing, yelling, […]

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Managing Meltdowns at Home

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Are you finding it harder and harder to get your child to do his schoolwork […]

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