A Letter to the Parent Who Didn’t Expect Parenting to be This Hard
You might never have imagined how challenging it could become, at times, to parent your unique child. I’ve been there, too.
Choosing the Second Path: How the Brain First Approach Helps with Challenging Behaviors
When kids with brain-based differences struggle with behavioral symptoms, parents have two divergent paths to consider.
How Do You Measure Progress?
Measuring progress in parenting your child when it looks different from the progress parents of neurotypical children experience.
5 Misconceptions About Parenting Through a Brain-First Lens
An examination of five key misconceptions related to parenting through a brain-based lens.
Reconsidering What It Means to Be Resilient
Resilience is not a personal characteristic that you either have or you don’t. Resilience is something that can grow stronger over time.
Getting Unstuck: 4 Ways to Help Your Child Break the Perseveration Loop
Accommodations that parents of children with brain-based differences can use to assist their child in breaking free from perseveration.
Tending Both Sides of the Parenting Coin
There are “two sides of the coin” in our unique parenting experience. One side is about our children, but the other is all about the parent.
Looking Through a Different Lens
The powerful shift in perspective that can place you on a path to parenting differently.
Supporting Siblings in a Chaotic Space
How we support the siblings in our family begins with the lens through which we view our child with challenging behaviors.
The Neurobehavioral Model
A brain-based approach to parenting kids with brain-based differences I vividly remember a time in my life that I now refer to as the...