What can we say; our eyes were a little too big for our publisher. Here are the chapters that we were forced to cut so that picking up the book wouldn’t throw your shoulder out.
Adoption Issues by Dr. Robin McEvoy
Not all adopted children have challenges, of course. But when they do, they can have distinct, adoption-related underlying factors that it might be helpful to understand.
Occupational Therapy on a Farm by Lois Hickman MS, OTR, FAOTA
Ms. Hickman came up with a thorough program for working with children’s sensory processing issues on her farm in Colorado. These techniques can easily be adjusted to other outdoor venues and present a natural, holistic approach to building sensory integration.
EMDR by Pat Koestner, PsyD, LMFT
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a form of working with trauma that works well with children and can bypass the need for a lot of talk therapy.
Homeopathy by Jody Shevins, N.D.
Many homeopaths who work with children have complex protocols for working with learning and behavior challenges.