Integrated NeuroSensory Processing (INSP)
(1) There is hope that change is possible for your child
I have created a way of working with people who are “wired differently” called Integrated NeuroSensory Processing (INSP). This holistic systems-based approach integrates biological, psychological, social, cognitive, and relational theories and interventions. With INSP, we focus on strengths and reinforce them as they arise, marking and celebrating each small step along the way.
Together parents, children, and I co-create fun experiments to discover how much and what kinds of supports are needed for change to happen. In other words, please DO try this at home.
In those times when you are getting conflicting advice or complex recommendations, I assist parents by distilling out the most essential points into everyday terms, by explaining the implications for the family and collaborating with other professionals directly for optimum clarity as needed.
My greatest triumph is when a parent starts to take delight in joyful moments with their child, loving and accepting them as they are. I help parents learn how it is possible for their child to develop skills that will help them thrive in a productive life, engage as an active part of their community, and love the life they live.