Category Archives: highly sensitive children

Why one-on-one time works better for children’s behavioral issues

For those of you who might not know, I have a child with a social anxiety disorder and some related sensory regulation problems that feed into it. Last year, my middle daughter (5.5) was diagnosed with selective mutism, which is … Continue reading

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Make believe play to help self-regulation?

In an effort to help my selectively mute/highly sensitive 4.5 year old, I’m doing everything I can to create an environment at home that increases her ability to self-regulate. I will be starting to post some pictures of the ideas … Continue reading

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