Author Archive: jodimullen2013
Stay home & learn from home!
Join me for this live webinar training in Creative Play Therapy Based Interventions for Children & Adolescents Register now! Only 5 spots left! When: April 27th, 2020 Time: 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. EST (30 min. break for lunch) Location: Zoom (webinar) Cost: $100 USD This webinar counts as 4 contact CEUs! REGISTER NOW! Looking for Telehealth tips?! This …
More evidence of the importance of PLAY
In the Freakishly Well Behaved Kids book, one of the parenting principles I discuss is Let’s Play. Check out this article about the benefits of parent-child play!
Celebrate My Birthday & April Fool’s Day with me- No foolin’
I am dedicated to helping parents be their best. It’s a ripple effect, because when parents are parenting with a child’s perspective in mind it effects how child behave, feel & think. Most importantly, this style of parenting connects parents and children in love and respect! Click the link below to see what this is …
What are you doing tonight?
Just wanted to invite you to join me tonight, Monday February 18, 2019, 8pm EST, for a free facebook live event. I’ll be answering your questions about the challenges you face in play therapy. Hope to see you!
I’m talking to Parents about Parenting
Raising Freakishly Well Behaved Kids
Raising Freakishly Well-Behaved Kids
I have some stories for you! I am so excited to share my new book . I take all I have learned as a mental health counselor, play therapist and mom and apply it to parenting. When a loving and respectful parent-child relationship is the foundation for parenting and discipline the result is well-behaved, thoughtful, …
DAYS 23-29, March 22-28, 2018, A month of working on my wellness.
Today is officially a month. I recognize I have been quiet the last week. There’s a reason for that. I drastically over-committed and I suffered for it. Having an entire month to reflect on, it turns out that I have learned a lot that will help me as I move forward. It has been three …
DAYS 19, 20, 21 & 22 March 18-21, 2018, A month of working on my wellness.
Can commitment be a bad thing? My goodness I have not updated you in a while. It’s not because I quit on you guys (or myself) I just got really bogged down. Jack Canfield creator of the Success Principles says “Over commit, under achieve.” He’s on to something for sure! Overcommitting myself is probably related …