"Therapeutic moments can be brief and ideally are spread throughout your whole week—it’s not just about one hour a week with the therapist."  Dr. Bruce Perry

What if kids (and families!) could get what they need from moments of healing spread throughout their entire week instead of in one hour a week in the therapist's office? 

I think we can!  We should. We must.

This series on Strengthening the Foundation of the Brain has been all about exactly that.  Finding moments of healing and leaning in.

Whether your a parent or professional, this episode will help you develop a keen eye for noticing moments as they arise and how profoundly this work can shift when we remind parents exactly how impact they are are.

Would you rather read this episode in a blog post instead of listening on the podcast?  Head to https://robyngobbel.com/momentsofhealing

More about Moments of Healing that are Rhythmic, Repetitive, Relational, and Somatosensory

Engaging the Body: Working with Dysregulated Kids is an eight-hour virtual training for professionals (of any kind!) eager to bring movement and body-based experiences intentionally into their work with clients.  I’ve adapted my previously always-sold-out training for play therapists to be applicable to a wider range of professionals and decided to offer it virtually one last time.

The Club- Beginning in October in The Club, we’ll be taking three months to integrate rhythmic, repetitive, relational, and somatosensory experience into moments of healing in the family- strengthening the foundation of the brain.  You can join The Club as a caregiver and/or a professional (I know many of you are both!).

Goodies you can find on my website:

FREE Brilliance of Attachment eBook at https://robyngobbel.com/ebook
FREE masterclass on What Behavior Really Is and How to Change It at https://robyngobbel.com/masterclass

Professionals! Therapists, Coaches, Educators- everyone who works with kids with big behaviors and their families!

Join me for a four-day private pop-up podcast training where you'll discover how a simple paradigm shift in how we see behaviors will allow you to love your work again- now, and for a very long time.


The pop up podcast starts Nov. 29 so don't delay!

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