Utilizing YOUR strengths

Utilizing YOUR strengths

I know I promised that my next blog will be about cultivating social skills (and I will do that next week!), I just have to tell you what happened yesterday. I had a call with a man from India. He began to tell me about his 12 year old son with autism. He spoke about...Read More
Redefining the Meaning of  ‘Mother Warrior’

Redefining the Meaning of ‘Mother Warrior’

    This is a picture of my dear friend Leah; devoted friend, wife and mother of 5 (ages 2-12).  She was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and after a grueling fight, passed away 8 months later.  This photo was taken just months before she passed away-...Read More
Shifting Your Experience to the Now

Shifting Your Experience to the Now

Today falls between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur on the Jewish calendar.  This marks the beginning of the Jewish New year and is a time to connect to what is sacred in our lives.  For me, it is a time to take a break from our endless ‘doing’ and connect to ‘being’. ...Read More
What Your Child Needs Most

What Your Child Needs Most

I just finished watching a video of one of one of my private clients, Patty, playing with her son, Eric. What I saw was a devoted mother trying to help her child stay on task with a variety of activities: puzzles, matching cards and reading books. She was working hard...Read More
Getting Back To Basics

Getting Back To Basics

Many of the parents I have worked with over the years have expressed an urgency they feel in seeing their child develop within a certain time frame — trying to “beat the clock” before they lose the ideal “window of development.” This can...Read More