You might have read on my homepage, “Everybody's sensory thumbprint is unique”. This is something I absolutely believe in!
Every child is different.
I do not believe in a cookie-cutter solution. What I do believe in is God’s spiritual gifts that have lead me throughout the years to help others experience the peace that passes understanding. This is through an abundance of knowledge in raising children and helping adults with ASD, ADHD, Dyspraxia, Developmental coordination disorder (DCD), MS, and many other people with no specific diagnosis at all.
Jesus Christ brought us newness of life in the Holy Spirit and baptism; God wants us to experience the fullness and joy in this life. Even in the hardest times, we are called to count it all as joy and seek His goodness and light.
Having a Christian approach to identifying and regulating sensory processing disorders opens a new door: hope.
“We were therefore buried with him through...
“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” –John 16:33
Working with children with ASD and sensory processing disorders, I have seen so much hope and joy throughout the years in seeing progress, but I’ve also seen the troubles. The troubles are why I’m here. It is my joy and calling to help others manage special needs and sensory processing issues, and I am thrilled to offer online courses that are tailored to your child’s individual needs through the coaching.
Like with anything in life, there will also be ups and downs. Jesus wants us to remember that He has already done the hardest part for us. He died and rose again so that we might be free from sin. But in our earthly life there is still work to be done! Let’s take a moment to reflect on the joy of children in this fun list. I think anyone with children can relate!
I wonder if you are aware of what you think and why it's important?
Well, if we look at our worldviews and what we think of ourselves and our disabilities, struggles, children, issues, marriage, then whether we have 'Greek' way of thinking or 'Hebrew' way of thinking makes a huge difference in how we deal with these and how much joy, peace, and abundance we live with.
Let me explain a little more...
I wonder - How do you think?
Let's look at 6 differences in Part 1:
1) GREEK: Mother Earth is the impersonal source of all life on earth - therefore we evolved with no value or meaning so it's up to us to make our own life purpose.
HEBREW: Father God is...
We’ll uncover hidden processes that could be sabotaging selfworth. You’ll leave the session renewed with hope for the future, understood, your faith honoured, and inspired to finally put plans into action that will last a lifetime.