Creating supportive habits and routines is key to managing stress and taking care of our health and our families health. Come learn tips and tools to implement today to support your wellbeing! Come be inspired and hear stories of weathering life's storms to see the rainbow on the other side! www.rainbowtreetherapies.com to learn more about camp opportunities!
6 Tips to Manage Anxiety with Lisa Haverly
Moving from anxiety to reslience!
Take a listen and learn 6 ways to manage anxiety for you and for your child or family. Tips are based out of the latest understanding of the brain and neuroscience.
Disclaimer: This is not a replacement for seeking individualized professional help. If you or your child is considering self harm or experiencing extreme anxiety, please seek professional help from a licensed medical provider.
Health Reasons to Get Your Family out in Nature!!
Spring is here! The sun is getting warmer! I am sure you are eager to get outdoors. Today I provide for you some top reasons to take your children outdoors!
New camps at Rainbow Tree:
1. Hike to Health Ages 12 and up
2. Brain Boost for 3.5- 7 year olds
3. All Girls Camp for Tweens! Ages 10-13
Tonja Lesmeister ( Traveling With A Purpose, Choosing to World School vs Public School, Creating Space to Reset)
Tonja Lesmeister is a Social Worker by training but has gone on to be a powerful advocate of serving marginalized groups and doing her part to stand up against social injustice. The Rainbow Tree team was to be headed to Jamaica with her Traveling With A Purpose mission team but due to COVID19, that trip was canceled. Tonja shares her story and decision of pulling her youngest child out of the public school system. Though the timing of this episode is coincidental in nature in relation to the death of George Floyd, perhaps it is the perfect timing to begin to understand the depth and seriousness of racism in this country. Thank you for listening and thank you Tonja.
Kristin Papin-Holm Educator, Behavior Specialist, Mom to 4, Autism in family life.
Thank you Kristin for sharing your personal experience with Autism and your wisdom as a mom and Behavioral Specialist. Kristin is a wife and mom of 4. Kristin has been in education for over 15 years. She started her educational career as a Special Education Teacher and now works as a Behavioral Specialist. She shares resources that have been helpful to her family. She also shares her outlook on parenting and navigating the challenges and triumphs of supporting a child with Autism. Thank you for listening to this real life journey!
Michelle Paulisich, Mom, Friend, Speech/Language Pathologist
This is another important episode. Michelle's shares not only her professional wisdom but also her personal story of supporting her daughter through the storm of anxiety. Michelle speaks honestly of the struggle and her journey of seeking support from friends and professionals. Again, my intention with the podcasts to speak to the mantra that we are not along in our struggles. Michelle offered that anyone with questions about the episode can reach out to her directly. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for her contact information. Thank you for listening!
Kari Jo Fore - Professional for children & families!
Kari Jo Fore has many gifts she has shared over the course of her professional career. She is currently the Director of Bethel Highlands Preschool in Hudson, WI and has been since its opening in 2007. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and is working toward her Parent Coaching Certification. She has a long list of experiences and contributions. Please take a listen as she shares a personal storm of managing a divorce and the path of single parenting. Again, a powerful testament of hope, perseverance and working through life's challenges. Thank you for listening.