Join us as we discuss how educational therapy and coaching can help all kids thrive through educational, social, and behavioral support.
Do you have a child seems unmotivated? Or doesn't recognize their own strengths and talents? Does your child have trouble making healthy decisions? Is your child unsure of what they should do or even how to set long-term goals?
Educational therapy interventions include executive functioning coaching, wrap-around organizational support, emotional resiliency programming, and case management services which include personal development, family relationship building, and communication with school faculty and staff and other related professionals. In the process, therapists identify and asses student’s learning needs and tailor a complete plan to address and support healthy development.
This work helps build a child’s theory of mind, develop and utilize strengths-based approach to harness an individual's strengths to overcome challenges, enhance their understanding of how their brain impacts their behavior and development, and strengthen any processing gaps. Educational Therapy is often used to support students with learning differences but can be utilized to address most behavioral issues that result from challenging academic, social, or intellectual contributions.
If you want more information, or about how to get started with our Courageous Kids Program, please head to our website at https://livesofcourage.lpages.co/educational-therapy-info/. Please feel to also also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
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When you’re a parent of a child with a learning differences or learning disabilities there is a big learning curve. It can be overwhelming and scary at times. You don’t know what it means for your child. Will they always struggle?
On today's podcast, we are discussing Learning Differences. This podcast is for parents whose children have already been diagnosed. If you’re struggling and think your child might have a learning difference, you might want to listen to next week's podcast first!
For more information, head on over to my website at www.livesofcourage.com to download your free worksheet: Tips for Parents of Children with Learning Differences as well as a link to Resources for Learning Differences. As always, don't hesitate to reach out if you need anything or have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hugs!!
Join me in discussing what it takes to raise kids today. The challenges and pressures facing parents are significant and the cause of much concern and, at times, overwhelming stress. But we can do this - we can invest our time and resources to help our families grow in strength and resilience.
From my experience, this important work to create change in our families starts and ends with us.
Parenting with courage helps children to build a story of strength to reflect on just how important they are and why they matter.
But please know You are not alone. I want you to take some time to write down what you want for your family and your life. You can download a worksheet to guide you in this process at livesofcourage.com/podcasts or a free Guide to Parenting with Courage at www.livesofcourage.com.
For our second interview, I'd like to introduce my dear friend, Erin Bartel. Erin is one of the most courageous and compassionate people; I know her story of grace, hard work, faith, and triumph will inspire you. So please join me in welcoming Erin!!
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I'm so excited to share with you our first Courage in Action Interview with the wise and talented Dana Hensley!! Dana is an inspiration - and I know you will learn so much from her story of strength and courage.
We know we know that the emotional development of our lives matters. In today's podcast, we are going to talk about how children and adults can acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. www.livesofcourage.com
In this week’s podcast, I want to offer you a bit of information about individual coaching and why it is a powerful tool to increase your satisfaction, efficacy, and self-understanding! For more information, visit: www.jessicastong.com!
We are chatting about the how and why of discussing learning differences with kids - for parents and educators. We also draw on the All Kinds of Minds neurodevelopmental framework to give you the language to discuss strengths and opportunities for growth!
Join me for a brief overview of how the brain works as well as some practical tools for increasing your brain health. We'll also look at some great books available for you - and help your children as well. www.jessicastong.com
Mindfulness helps quiet a busy mind, become more aware of the present moment, and get less caught up in what happened in the past or what will happen in the future. Join us as we explore how to implement mindful practices for adults and children. www.jessicastong.com