Visualization has been our topic now (as you can see my passion!). Last week I interviewed my two grandchildren to discuss their perspectives about the power of visualization. View the Videos Here This week you can listen to my friend, Sue Lee, about how she uses visualization. Sue is the CEO of EQ Media, Inc. It’s […]
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Visualization has been the topic of the last several blogs on my website. We’ve discussed the importance, process and tricks for utilizing visualization strategies. Now I’d like to hear from you! HOW DO YOU USE VISUALIZATION? Do you use visualization for stress/anxiety? Do you utilize strategies for learning (reading, spelling, test preparation, math facts, creative […]
Do It! The sample organizational chart below is from the workbook, Organize It! The workbook is full of work planning sheets, calendars and motivational activities. It helps you organize your child’s daily routines including chores, homework and other activities. This eliminates those frustrations and arguing over doing and completing the tasks! This chart can easily […]
Say IT: A Declaration—Exclaim It Purpose: Learn how to make a declaration. Instructions: Discuss a concern that you or your child brings up. It could be a school, work, family or sports situation. Take a few moments to let him see and feel himself in the scenario. What do you see in your imagination? (Allow plenty of […]
Just Keep Breathing… Reduce Your Stress & Anxiety. There are a number of strategies that can enhance the power of visualization, including breathing exercises. Other techniques include: Relaxing Meditation Building Awareness Moving (like walking) Having fun These strategies may be helpful in your visualization practice. Let’s look at the relaxing strategy. For more information and […]
In the last several blogs, we discussed the power of visualization. There are a number of strategies that may assist you in visualizing. Relaxing Breathing Building Awareness Moving (like walking) Having fun These strategies may be helpful in your visualization practice. Let’s look at the relaxing strategy. For more information and techniques, please check out See […]
With some easy exercises from my book and attention on your part, you can take advantage of summertime to turbo-charge your child’s school readiness.
Part of your summer fun can be setting up your child up for success next academic year, both by addressing issues and building on strengths.
Empower children to learn easier with more success and confidence by using the See It! Say It! Do It! process of visualization combined with action.
After trying multiple treatments including acupuncture, K came to me for Vision Therapy and finally experienced relief and improvement.