Pheletant the Elephant
Our thoughts affect our breathing pattern, muscle tension, posture, facial expression and feelings. Truly, they do. Go ahead, think of something hilariously funny and you begin to laugh. Think of someone whose death is a sad loss to you and your eyes may begin to water. Think now of a stranger in your house in the middle of the night and your heart starts to pump much faster, adrenaline flows, and blood is mobilized from digestion and other activities to the extremities of your body so you are ready to act. You may even sweat! These are just some examples to show the influence your mind has over your body.

The Proof is in the Pudding

It was once believed that the
There are many techniques out there that advocate attempting to control your environment or other people i.e. telling a bully to back off for example. We believe that these strategies are helpful in conjunction with psychology-based techniques that help children have an internal locus of control. (Locus of control refers to the extent to which people feel that they have control over the events that influence their

From Me

I just really want to help children feel better about themselves and their lives in their journey through childhood.