Spring—a time to see the world anew. Each year, Spring dramatically bursts forth with waves of color and flowers for weeks.
We see our clients anew as well, looking at their concerns with a different perspective. We take the view that they are the sum of their experiences beginning before birth, forward to the present. Most are amazed by how many things have happened to their bodies causing c
Transitions and Play
Last newsletter I mentioned an adventure Becki and I had that involved ping pong. There is so much more to reflect and share!
In the midst of our ping-pong game, Becki and I paused to marvel at how much fun we were having! The joy of unexpected, pure, and simple fun. Laughing at ourselves when balls bounced in places they shouldn't and glowing with pride
The single most important, yet most complex transition for any of us occurs at birth. Luckily, for most of us things went reasonably ok. For more than a third of us, there was more involved than you can imagine, even if it was planned.
Over the past year, we've come to realize how integral the intricacies of birth influence who we are and who we become at nearly
Baby Development and Play
Play is a vital and interactive process of babies learning to excite, engage, and calm in every changing way.
Play is also the foundation of communication and self-help.
Play is essential for integrated sensory, motor, and cognitive development beginning with rattles and progressing to block building and books.
Note from Cara
Mastering the Dreaded Locker Lock!
I still have my lock, the combo engraved in my brain from frustration...
The fear and frustration of sweaty fingers twirling the dial of the gym locker on the bottom row of lockers, trying not to be late to class. Yes, that's why I remember the combo.
Middle schools and high school have many new things for students to navigate and often
Winter is not done with us yet! The ice wreaks havoc on many fronts. We’ve seen several people in the past month for help with fall-related issues.
Here are three typical injuries and how we are able to help—
Head vs. Ice
Slipping on ice, no matter how careful, often ends up with some part of the body rapidly hitting solid