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by Cary Kelly
Do you WANT to be well?
There is HOPE!
There ARE things we can do and we must learn the importance of daily giving our body what it needs to HEAL ITSELF when life bombards us with the constant assault of environmental chemical manipulations! Discover for yourself as the author shares her experience, strength and hope including how she reversed her own chronic, autoimmune illness using some doable HEALTH RECOVERY ACTION STEPS, any reader can implement!
by Rajeev KurapatiA must-read for every medical professional, healthcare consumer, and patient advocate.Burnout among medical professionals has reached epidemic proportions. Much of this distress can be attributed to the pile-on of duties and responsibilities healthcare workers face, including an increasing workload, complex quality measures, and expanding policy stipulations—on top of providing quality patient care. At the same time, these growing tasks are coupled with staff shortages and waning organizational ... more
by John Pagano, Ph.D., OTR/LFAB “Functionally Alert Behavior” Strategies presents practical multidisciplinary interventions that help youth with complex behavioral challenges. Therapists and teachers have difficulty working with students who have complex behavioral challenges. FAB Strategies integrate behavioral, environmental, sensory modulation, mindfulness, massage, and physical self-regulation interventions. Guidance is provided in individualizing the FAB Strategies interventions to meet the needs of each child and ado... more
by Angelina AssantiFrom multiple award-winning comedy writer, Angelina Assanti, comes her first non-fiction book. Determined to keep her sense of humor though cancer, she talks about what happens to a patient from diagnosis through treatment. Told she would only need surgery, she was shocked to learn she would also need chemotherapy and radiation at her post-surgery appointment. With candor and laugh-out-loud moments, she describes her interactions with people who did not understand what she was going through. Ang... more
by Michele PackardA must-read for parents while sitting on the porcelain throne or as an entertaining and enlightening conversation starter. A compilation of musings and experiences of a middle-aged woman with too much time on her hands.
by Joseph SarosyA new book combines the modern science of storytelling with a step-by-step method for parents, grandparents, educators, and anyone interested in a lasting relationship with children. What we now know from a host of evolutionary theorists, neurologists, psychologists, and academics is that storytelling is not just for fun. It is a cognitive tool humans evolved over eons to transfer knowledge, attract and retain attention, and build trust. When viewed from this lens, storytelling becomes more abou... more
by Bart Potter
Jiffy Body: Avoid aches, pains, stiffness, swelling, nerve impingement and joint problems with this 10-Minute Daily System.
Learn the little known secret......that muscle imbalance creates the vast majority of aches and pains......and how you can easily fix this. You don't have to suffer or sweat with this non-workout. You can practice in your pajamas.
by Mirla RazThis informative book gives parents the tools that will help them help their child. The book explains the following and more: - what happens when a child stutters - stuttering facts - the role of emotions in stuttering - the emotions and roles of the parents - what can cause the child s stutter to be better or worse - the impact of the child s environment - what parents can do if they want to help their child stop stuttering - when and where to seek professional help - what to expect w... more
by Mirla G. RazHow to Teach a Child to Say the “S” Sound is part of the popular Help Me Talk Right series that parents and professionals have been using since 1992. Mirla G. Raz has made it possible for anyone to help a child say her sounds correctly. You and the child will enjoy the fun activities and exercises. Evidenced-based speech therapy techniques are presented in non-technical, enjoyable and user-friendly ways. Whether you are a parent or a professional, the Help Me Talk Right books lead you step-by... more
by Avigail AbarbanelWhy are relationships difficult? It's not because we are bad or stupid. It's because we are not well made... What can we do about it? We need to develop our brain beyond what nature has given us and what our childhood has wired into us. In particular, we need to work to integrate our executive functions and our limbic functions. The key to better integration is through our emotions. Only when we are better integrated, we are mature enough to be in relationships that are based on compassion, unco... more
by Avigail AbarbanelThis booklet describes an approach to the process of grief and adjustment to change that is grounded in neuroscience. It’s no-nonsense, and goes right to the bare bones of what the process of grief or adjustment really is. Grief and adjustment to change are hard enough as it is. There is no need to make it worse by also worrying that we are going crazy, or that there is something wrong with us. When people understand how grief and adjustment to a big life change affect their brain, they worry le... more
by Avigail AbarbanelPsychological trauma is far more common than people realise, but it is also grossly under-diagnosed. Many symptoms that people bring to their GP are a result of hidden and unrecognised trauma. Psychological trauma can devastate lives and interfere with healthy development. Its ripples can affect everything about us, physical health, how we feel, think, and behave, how we relate to others, and our ability to fulfil our potential. It is also passed on through the generations, even with the best of... more
by Mirla G. Raz
Does your child say wabbit for rabbit? Are you concerned that other people have a hard time understanding your child? Is he frustrated that other children make fun of his speech? How to Teach a Child to Say the R Sound in 15 Easy Lessons will help you teach her learn to say the r sound.
How to Teach a Child to Say the R Sound is part of the highly popular and innovative Help Me Talk Right series that parents and professionals have been using since 1992. Mirla G. Raz has made it pos... more
by Mirla G. Raz
Evidenced-based speech therapy techniques are presented in non-technical, enjoyable and user-friendly ways. Whether you are a parent or a professional, How to Teach a Child to Say the "L" Sound in 15 Easy Lessons takes you step-by-step through each lesson, empowering you to help the child while having fun. You ll see how speech therapy can be fun and easy, yet done as a professional speech therapist would.
Everything you need to know about teaching a child to say and use... more
by Dalton SmithA Fathers non fiction tale of how he used unorthodox methods to raise a smart and happy daughter. He shares his method to the world how they can do the same.
by Lauren Gehringer, with Dr. Natalie GehringerA lighthearted journey through the digestive process; "From Chewing to Pooing" reassures anxious little ones and helps all kids better understand this important way their bodies function. Simple rhymes are pared with illustrations by award-winning artist Maile McCarthy to keep young readers engaged. A back section for parents feature Dr. approved Tips For Healthy Digestion, to help care takers keep things on track.