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Edy Nathan, MA, LCSW, shares tips on how to grieve with grace. Discussed are: hypnotherapy, EMDR, aroma therapy, Neurofeedback, and emotion pacing/honoring the stages of grief. Barb Rentenbach also gives her perspectives on healthy grieving.

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show11.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:26am EST

Dr. Rachael Gabriel continues her discussion on the importance of purpose and meaning in teaching -- not sequential developmental orders. Research, policy, and expertise concerning the practicality of labels like dyslexia and autism with regard to teaching is shared. Teaching writing first is discussed as a proven effective option for literacy instruction for neurodiverse populations. Lois' son Eli adds laughter -- which is like s like cross fit for the brain. It engages and strengthens multiple regions. Additional study tips are given for efficient learning and anxiet

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show10.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:43am EST

Literacy specialists Dr. Rachael Gabriel talks about popular intervention methods, computer applications, and political policies related to reading instruction. Non-normative communicator's theory of mind is highlighted along with the need to connect meaning to teaching. The practical value of labels and diagnosis are also discussed. And this week's "Ask Barb" is sure to set off the smoke detectors.

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show9.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:41am EST

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