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  • Sarah

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    Sarah was an angelic-looking, bright-eyed four-year-old girl. She had a gleaming smile, immediate approaching behavior, and exuberance, but she was exhausting to manage at home and in her preschool setting. Her parents contacted me because of her aggressive behavior and inability to control her impulses, her refusal to follow instructions and directions, and her lack… Read More ▶

  • Interoception and Infant Mental Health: An Exquisite Fit


    Interoception as a Foundation of Infant Mental health      We see interoception as a foundational concept for infant mental health. Our early development of a sense of self is an “embodied” sense of self that occurs prior to the development of a “mindful” sense of self. There has been an ongoing debate since the time of… Read More ▶