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Sensory Processing

Dean and Dianna adopted Caylee from Russia at age 2

After parenting their three biological sons, they figured they’d bring Caylee into the family fairly easily.

They did realize that Caylee was different from other children at a very young age—she was a bit quirky and needed a lot of attention.

“We thought we’d just parent her the way we had our other […]

Are You Interested in an e-Book That Lists AAP Covered, Insurance Covered, Low Cost, Medicaid Covered, No Cost, Non-Profit, Residential Treatment Programs?

eBookIn 2007 I published a PDF File Book that covered the entire United States and listed residential treatment programs and schools that were AAP covered, covered by insurance, were low cost, Medicaid covered, non-profits, and some were even no cost to families.

It sold mostly to professionals […]

Preventing Clinician Burnout

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The term vicarious traumatization was coined over 25 years ago to describe changes that occur within clinicians resulting from their work with clients who have experienced sexual trauma (McCann & Pearlman, 1990). It is believed that in the process of working with sexually traumatized clients, […]

Sensory Processing, Trauma, and Attachment Disorders

Adoption TodayBy JoAnn Kennedy, OTD, MS, OTR/L

Adoptions Today Magazine, June 2015

Cassy was adopted from a Romanian orphanage at age nine months. Although her parents had adopted an infant son six years previously, this was a new experience. Cassy was constantly on the move. She seemed driven […]