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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! Advertisements

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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 …

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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!

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Finishing Out 2018: Play Therapy Seminar

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I’m talking to Parents about Parenting

Raising Freakishly Well Behaved Kids  

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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, …

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Let’s talk Play Therapy: Meet me in Australia (well sort of)

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DAY 16 March 15, 2018, A month of working on my wellness.

Spring Break I am a full-time professor, but not this week. It’s spring break. Like a hard-core workaholic, I filled my week off from my responsibilities at the college with additional work. I used my time this week to do some additional consulting and give two presentations. Today, though, is my stay at home, work …

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Freakishly Well-Behaved Kids Online Radio by Freakishly Well Behaved Kids | BlogTalkRadio

Dr. Mullen shares BLISSFUL PARENTING principles for raising freakishly well-behaved kids. She has learned the principles directly from children. Listen in to ge Source: Freakishly Well-Behaved Kids Online Radio by Freakishly Well Behaved Kids | BlogTalkRadio

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Make lifestyle changes to address PCOS

PCOS Wellness Information Get this- no other hormone imbalance effects more women up to age 50 then PCOS. PCOS effects 20% of women and interferes with fertility. Small cysts (between 10-100) develop on the ovaries as a result of disturbed hormones and ovulation. The cysts are not dangerous, or associated with ovarian cancer, woman are …

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