“Tell me and I forget, Teach  me and I remember, involve me, and I learn.”

- Benjamin Franklin -

Relationship Development Intervention (RDI®)

C O N N E C T I N G  P A T H W A Y S

This specific program was designed based on the work of Dr. Steven Gutstein and the latest research supporting brain development. The main focus is knowing that the parents are the best guides for their child/youth and giving parents the skills to help develop their child’s thinking skills to help create independent thinkers, enhance communication skills to help navigate through this complex world we live in. We do this by guiding parents to learn/use the every day moments to become optimal learning opportunities, and knowing the long term goal is creating positive, empowering processes for the child and family. RDI recognizes that every individual and family is unique. Together, we will create a program that is best suited for your child/youth and family.

“As a certified consultant, I will guide you on every step of the way”

Parent Support Workshops

I offer consultation to families of children/teens with ASD, developmental disabilities, and other diverse learning needs. Together we will identify the successes and obstacles of each family and determine practical strategies to help the child/teen thrive. This helps families have a sense of direction of what is needed, what steps to take, and guidance on how to implement the strategies successfully.

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