Name a few of your favorite holiday traditions? I bet a few include some sort of food or snack. And another bet, it would not fall into any sort of “health food” category. And that is ok! Treats in moderation should be enjoyed, especially this time of year when food holds many memories and traditions.
It may be helpful to share a little about myself with this blog before jumping straight into my philosophy and strategies for practice. I know how difficult it can be to connect and resonate with a mental health provider. Oftentimes, people see multiple therapists or psychiatrists before they find the right one who is capable of helping them heal and grow.
How to Build And Maintain A Secure Attachment With Your Child by Stephanie, Pediatric Sensory DevelopmentRead Now
Developing a secure attachment with your child is key in brain development.
A child with a secure attachment to at least one caregiver will be able to emotionally develop fulfilling relationships, maintain emotional balance, and feel more confident overall. So how do you form a secure attachment with your child?
“Coaching is not a service profession; it is a modeling profession”-Moore
I was drawn to health coaching because as a nurse in the local hospitals, I felt this widening gap between information provided to patients and patients actually being able to absorb that information. It’s incredibly difficult to be handed a life changing diagnosis then one of two things happens; a stack of information about ways that may or may not be helpful to aid in that diagnosis or you are just sent on your way with a prescription.
With the rapid development of the brain from birth through age 3, you may be wondering what you can do to nurture this growth. There are many ways to encourage the developing brain in the comfort of your own home. I have come up with what I think are the top 3 ways to stimulate brain development every day at home.