Young children in places impacted by armed conflict are at high risk for trauma. Caregivers (parents, relatives, daycare staff, and teachers) are under duress. How do we help the children be regulated and resilient? Read More →

Most of the research I review is flawed. It’s not so hard to build a decent design. So I made a 21 frame cartoon to help people. While it’s written for NFAR*, the ideas are universal. The link and a sample frame are below. Hope you like it! www.nfar.org/images/stories/uploads/2017/NFAR-Grant-Rants-Web.pdf  Read More →

We just finished the Profectum conference in Pasadena, which was really great in so many ways including a big boost for advocacy for Parent Choice for Evidence Based Practices. The conference content itself included excellent talks about sensory, motor, and dynamic brain systems, care presentations in multiple settings (school, clinic,Read More →