Happy Memorial Day!!!
Memorial Day is more than just a day to hang out with family and friends eating barbeque at the lake. Oh and let’s not forget the spectacular fireworks lightening up the skies all over the USA. Today, we celebrate Memorial Day on the last Monday in May. On this day, we remember military individuals […]
Navigating Supervision Part II
Upon approaching the supervision experience, it may be helpful for supervisor and supervisee to have a discussion about the particular supervision model the supervisor tends to use. This will help the supervisee to understand better the orientation the supervisor is working from and perhaps prevent some conflicts or enable the two to work through conflicts […]
Disconnect to Reconnect
Do you find yourself scrolling constantly updated pinned interests, crushing gummies and stalking individuals via their feed? If so, you may be addicted to just a few phone apps: Pinterest, Candy Crush and Facebook. I know I was. I would find myself hours upon hours numbed out on my phone. Gosh forbid if I ran […]
Thank goodness there is more than one measure or type of intelligence. Our standard IQ tests can marginalize the overall picture and worth of a person. We begin to be shaped by our environment from birth. It can be difficult to separate how we are influenced genetically versus environment. It has been shown that we can […]
Mental Health Month – May 2015 – May 18th
Call someone close to you and tell them how much you appreciate them. Thanking them for their support can boost your mood and theirs.
Introverted Children in an Extroverted World
Being an introvert, I can testify to the internal battle between my temperament and the expectations that I feel set upon me due to the world in which we live. Extroverted people are valued and deemed as go-getters and desirable friends. Introverts are considered as lagging in social skills and often misunderstood. Imagine how delighted […]
Mental Health Month – May 2015 – May 17th
Watch a comedy or visit a funny website. Laughter boosts the immune system and can reduce anxiety.
What Does Autism Mean to You?
Autism awareness month is winding down. As I look around at schools or in neighborhoods, I see support autism signs and homes with blue lights on them. The question I ask myself is, once the month is over what’s next for autism? I do appreciate the month where autism should be place on the forefront […]