I found this video on YouTube (A Ted Talk of course!). I love the theme of believing in the capability of our kids regardless of any diagnosis they have. When we set limits, it is much more difficult to reach beyond them. The speaker on this video has Autism Spectrum Disorder and talks about how helpful it was that he had an “I can team”. In my experience the key to growth is to understand what skills are needed and missing and teach the skills. When people are able to develop skills, they are able to achieve.
Dr. Steffanie Stecker a licensed psychologist and the owner and clinical director of Mountain Vista Psychology, PLLC.
In addition, she is a board certified neurotherapist (BCN E5669) and board certified in QEEG (QEEG-D). Less than 100 people world wide are board certified in QEEG, which indicates competency in reading QEEGs and choosing neurofeedback protocols. Dr. Stecker is passionate about brain based effective therapy and creating a safe relationship for her clients to create change. She loves what she gets to do each day!