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Goal Setting: What Can Sport and Exercise Professionals Take from Occupational Therapy?

Goal Setting – What Can Sport and Exercise Professionals Take from Occupational Therapy?

This post is intended for those who already have some knowledge about goal setting theory….if you’re looking for more practical tips to set your own goals click… 1,889 more words

Exercise

Challenging Stigma in Healthcare

This blog is in preparation for a twitter discussion on #otalk that I’m hosting at 8pm on Tuesday 27th January on the subject of Stigma in healthcare. 428 more words

Teaching

I find this so true – even in higher education (though with contextual differences):

The Hard Part

Especially so when combined with memory-overload intensified by stress.   46 more words

Higher Education

A New Chapter

This dream has been in the works for quite a while now, but I’ve been waiting and waiting for the “right” time to take the next step. 777 more words

Health

Baby Wearing for NICU Graduates

As a nationally certified Happiest Baby educator, I think baby wearing fits perfectly with our philosophy, and it also bumps into exactly the same issues I encounter when teaching privately or in a group.   921 more words

Parenting

Let Me Help You, Help Yourself.

I have been working on my Feeding Club tab on my blog site. It has been slow but I want you all to know that this is my passion. 130 more words

Parenting

Memento Art v. Discovery Art: Mirrors & Markers

Mirrors literally draw toddlers in like summer mosquitos to a backyard light.   And markers will make even the bravest parent cringe: we’ll have to scrub his hands clean for days – not to mention the wall, the carpet, the furniture…! 354 more words

Development