Surviving Holidays 101


Hi friends, 

Can you believe that we are already in November? 

We know that the next two months are filled with all sorts of our homes, our classrooms, and our office. 

Oh, and ourselves!!

So, today's video is all about surviving the holidays. We chat about things to be aware of, how the unconscious stuff creeps in (trauma), and strategies you can use to get through this season (resilience).

Don't be fooled, this is a quick video that barely scratches the surface. 

So, I'm offering a low-cost Holiday Survival Tele-seminar on Nov. 22, 2019. Just click here for more information and to register.

We can all use support and STRATEGIES during this time of year. 

Look forward to chatting with you at the end of next week. 

Go Be You, 


Repetition, Repetition, Repetition


Dear friends, 

The power of repetition is necessary for all of us to grow, change, and create new skills. When it comes to closing and healing developmental gaps, repetition is a key element to success in addressing those gaps.

When it comes to working and living with kids and students, repetition is something we, as adults, forget about often. When the words, "how many times do I have to tell you" or "are we going to go over this again" drop out of our mouths, we forget that repetition is important so that kids can create the necessary skills for development. 

Enjoy this week's blog as we cover the important of repeat experiences! 


I have spent three days filming over the last week! I've got some great projects happening and I cannot wait to share them with you. 


The final edits for the Trauma informed Handbook Guides are still in the works.

I know!! It seems to be taking forever...

What Does Eye Contact Really Mean?


Hi friends, 

I am so proud of all the deep, hard emotional work you are doing. Thank you for spending time with me each week. 

This week we explore emotional safety and trust. 

I see eye contact as a privilege. When someone feels safe enough to give us eye contact, see that as a meaningful emotional connection. 

We are going to look at our role in emotional safety for others. 

Are we safe enough for people to feel their big feelings? Or, do we minimize feelings and send messages that shut people down?

Who do we talk to when we need someone to hold space for us? Why do we choose that person with whom to talk? How do we take those same traits and apply them to the relationships with the kids in our lives?

Whew! Big topic. Hopefully, these bite sized videos are stirring up some internal change. Thanks for being so brave! 

Go Be You, 


P.S. If you want to go even deeper into self discovery, overcoming trauma, and creating meaningful relationships...


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