I remember my grandmother using homeopathy remedies and natural remedies to help us when we were sick. But as an adult, my personal journey in holistic medicine began when my first son was born. That child was born extremely sensitive to my breast milk and we quickly had to change our diet to keep himContinue reading “What is Holistic Health?”
Just as your child needs food throughout the course of the day, his need for sensory input must also be met. A “sensory diet” coined by OT Patricia Wilbarger is a carefully designed, personalized activity plan that provides the sensory input a person needs to stay focused and organized throughout the day. Just as youContinue reading “Sensory Diet Activities – SensorySmarts”
Sensory Overload in Autism – YouTube.
Awakening our Consciousness to the Inhumanity of War: Critical Reflections on Media, Militarism and Masculinity (Dr. Kathleen Barry) via Awakening our Consciousness to the Inhumanity of War: Critical Reflections on Media, Militarism and Masculinity (Dr. Kathleen Barry) | Educational Resources.
Healing from the Age of Trauma I have been thinking about this text that I came across last week: “Navigating Trauma in the Face of Contemporary Culture, Displacement, and Ecological Destruction” by Bonnie Bright. This was a powerful text for me that tied together some of the ideas I have been exploring around how peopleContinue reading “Thoughts: Healing from the Age of Trauma”
Reblogged from: 13 Social Good Mobile Apps for a Healthier You | Greatist. by Katya Margolin · 12 days ago · Happiness 79 Email social good apps Hate ‘em or love ‘em, there’s a mobile app for just about anything. Some help us waste time, some save time, and then some help us do goodContinue reading “13 Social Good Mobile Apps for a Healthier You | Greatist”
Except from : Dr. Ted’s HSP Newsletter #16 One of the best ways to calm an HSP’s nervous system and cope with our over-stimulating world is to frequently tune into nature. It’s deeply relaxing for HSPs to be able to look out a window at a beautiful nature scene. Take regular breaks throughout the dayContinue reading “Tuning Into Nature for Inner-peace”
Reblogged from: News: Mobile Devices May Help Keep People with Autism on Task | Healing Thresholds Autism Therapy. This article and accompanying podcast explain recent research on how mobile devices may help people with autism stay on task. A team of occupational therapists gave each of three people on the autism disorder spectrum a speciallyContinue reading “News: Mobile Devices May Help Keep People with Autism on Task | Healing Thresholds Autism Therapy”
Famous Moms Support Clean Air Standards to Protect Kids’ Health. Famous Moms Support Clean Air Standards to Protect Kids’ Health 1 A+A- Share 09-17-2012 Moms Clean Air Force This week, championship boxer and mother Laila Ali joined a host of other famous moms, including Julianne Moore, Jessica Capshaw, Christina Applegate and Maya Rudolph,Continue reading “Famous Moms Support Clean Air Standards to Protect Kids’ Health”
I just finished reading an article by Jeff Warren in the new Scientist issue of Dec. 24th which is confirming some of my thinking on Highly Sensitive People and embodied thinking. Embodied thinking is a term that encompasses both cognition and sensorial intelligence. Scientists now know that whales and dolphins have advanced sensorial abilities. TheirContinue reading “What if?”