My drive to bring coping skills to children stems from my own personal life experiences.
As a young person, I struggled with anxiety, depression, and panic attacks. Later in life, I came to understand these struggles to emotionally regulate as a part of my experience of Autism.
I know first-hand that not all self-soothing tactics work for everyone, and that without them, neurodivergent children are denied the opportunity to feel confident, focused, and regulated enough to try new things, take risks, and grow.
Today I work so that ALL children can have the strategies I wish I’d had growing up.
If you’d like to bring self-soothing tools to the children and caregivers you serve, I’d love to connect.