Family Matters: What Does It Mean to Have a Child with Autism?

Linda ’s intention was to run in and out of the mall to grab a pair of khakis for her oldest child’s choir concert, but her youngest, Alex, was transfixed, watching the elevator. Alex wouldn’t move. His hands were flapping, and he screeched with delight as he watched ...

Is It Autism? PANS? Or Both? Questions Arise about the Blood-Brain Barrier

A new peer-reviewed medical research article made a big splash in the autism community when it was published earlier this year. The study, “Beyond the brain: A multi-system inflammatory subtype of autism spectrum disorder,” by R.P. Thom, et al, published ...

Anxiety Relief for Children: Balancing Energy Centers Open Expressive Paths

It’s no secret that today’s children and teenagers are stressed out, overwhelmed, and in need of some relief. This is the first generation to grow up truly immersed in the stimulus of technology, the pressure to succeed, and mounting global and environmental concerns. ...

Why You Need to be a Soulful Parent

What does it mean to be a soulful parent? Soulful parenting is a way of parenting where the child is given permission to explore their world through their own eyes, not through the eyes of the parent. The child is allowed to listen to their own intuition, encouraged to express ...

Raising Pet-friendly Kids: Behavioral Awareness Benefits Humans and Pets

Family pets cause approximately 77 percent of all dog bites and the number one cause of death of pets under the age of three is euthanasia at a shelter. The most common reason these pets were surrendered to the shelter is because they bit a child. This sad cycle ...

Generational Healing: Letting Go of our Ancestors’ Past Traumas

Several scientific studies within the last few years suggest that trauma may be passed down in our DNA from generation to generation, and the youngest generation doesn’t even have to experience a traumatic event to feel the effect. They may feel it in their body, their ...