May 8, 2017
How do we help kids transition at the end of a play session? How do we help them face the unknown? Find out in this week's podcast.
It’s hard to say goodbye, especially for children! How do you help kids transition at the end of a play session? How do you help them transition at the conclusion of therapy altogether? How to you help them face the unknown? In this podcast, Lisa addresses why parting is sweet sorrow and how to help children accept change.
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