5 Considerations for Choosing a Feedback Partner

3 Part Series on Reflective Practice and Psychological Safety Series When you think about receiving feedback, do you meet that with feelings of excitement or dread?  As pediatric therapists, dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for our clients, we must also prioritize our own growth and self-improvement.  But if you are like most therapists, […]

Teaching Empathy with The “Do Good” Jar Activity

We all want our children to be empathic and kind, but how do we help them understand that concept?  Here’s a fun activity that allows us to do something creative with our kids while opening up a conversation about other people’s needs. Also, many children prefer to learn by using visual aids. This activity is […]