PSP 105: How to Help Kids with Sensory Issues with Cameron Kleimo

PSP 105: How to Help Kids with Sensory Issues with Cameron Kleimo

It is not a coincidence that many kids with anxiety and OCD have sensory issues as well. Sensory struggles often go hand in hand with anxiety and OCD. Many of us have kids who can’t stand tags, have tantrums over socks and go running in the opposite direction to loud noises.

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Ask the Child Therapist Episode 82 Kid Edition: How to Explain Sensory Processing to Kids

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 82 Kid Edition: How to Explain Sensory Processing to Kids

Does your child have sensory issues? Sensory issues are a common companion to anxiety and OCD. That can make an already difficult situation that much more difficult!

Often parents have a reactive approach to Sensory Processing Disorder. They put out fires as they come and often meltdowns are par for the course.

Many of us don’t think about equipping our kids with skills to handle their own sensory struggles.

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PSP 073: Anxious Kids with Sensory Processing Issues: Advice, Resources & The Best Sensory Toys!

PSP 073: Anxious Kids with Sensory Processing Issues: Advice, Resources & The Best Sensory Toys!

Anxiety and sensory issues are like peanut butter and Jelly. They exist alone, but where you find one, you’ll often find the other. Unfortunately, anxiety can increase sensory issues and sensory issues can increase anxiety. This can feel like a never-ending vicious cycle.

So how are you supposed to handle your child’s sensory struggles? What’s the best approach? What are the best resources? What are the best sensory toys? We spend most of our time talking about anxiety, but today it is all about the sensory processing struggles!

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PSP 015: The Link Between Sensory Processing and Child Anxiety

PSP 015: The Link Between Sensory Processing and Child Anxiety

In this episode I talk about the overlap between sensory processing issues and child anxiety. Many anxious children also have sensory issues as well.

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Does your Child Hate Tags & Jeans and Loves Seamless socks? We Should Talk.

Does your Child Hate Tags & Jeans and Loves Seamless socks? We Should Talk.

If you scour the internet for seamless socks and buy multiple pairs of the same exact pants because your child will actually wear them, you are not alone. There are many of us out there, dealing with sensitive children who give us a long list of criteria for what they are willing to wear.

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The Link Between Sensory Processing Disorder and Anxiety

The Link Between Sensory Processing Disorder and Anxiety

Do you know there is a link between Sensory Processing Disorder and Anxiety? It is not a coincidence that kids with SPD often have anxiety.

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My Shift from Therapist to Mom of a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder

My Shift from Therapist to Mom of a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder

My Shift from Therapist to Mom of a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder I am a Therapist Mother of a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). They never taught me about Sensory Processing Disorder in graduate school. I learned about sensory processing in the worst way possible. I was in a training for toddler mental health.   The professor was covering the topic of sensory […]

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Video Lesson: What is Sensory Processing

Video Lesson: What is Sensory Processing

Do you ever wonder what is sensory processing disorder? Take this 6 minute video lesson and learn the basics of sensory processing disorder. Click here to get started! For 20% off the video course How to Parent Your Anxious Kids click the link below: For more articles on sensory processing follow Anxious Toddlers board: Follow Anxious Toddlers’s board TODDLER Sensory issues on Pinterest. For in-depth […]

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What the Heck are Sensory Issues?

What the Heck are Sensory Issues?

What’s all the buzz around sensory issues? What is sensory processing? In my world of child therapy – I have made an incorrect assumption that everyone knows and understands sensory processing issues. I am reminded weekly in my therapy sessions with parents that this is not the case and that parents often feel lost and confused around this topic. For those parents I work with and […]

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