Review: Improving sensory processing in traumatized children

In preparation for tomorrow night’s #tpbooks chat (a Twitter-based therapeutic parents’ book club initiated by @PedallingSolo) I finally read this book which has been on my shelf for months. It’s quite a quick read – two hours or so if you are uninterrupted and distraction-free. (We can but dream of such an eventuality, eh?) It’s not academic or wordy so is very accessible, both for worn-out adopters who can’t be doing… View Post

Strength: my 2017 self-care plan

I have got into the habit of choosing a word for the year to help me focus on what I feel is most important. In 2016 my word was ‘story’, because my focus was on some writing projects I wanted to give more attention to and because I am conscious that the way I live and the choices I make ‘write’ my own story and those of my family. This… View Post