April Expert Insights

Thursday, April 4, 2019 @ 10:00am Pacific Time

We got some of our favorite experts together to share with you the 2e client journey from first visit to making progress. Hear their perspectives in this video montage.

Can you relate? Here are some of the questions they'll be answering:

1. What are your 2e clients typically thinking and feeling when they first come to see you, when they’re in distress?

2. What are the signs that your clients are making progress? What steps or milestones will they be achieving? What sort of things do you hear as they make progress?

3. If we think about a scale from 1-10, with 10 being flourishing and 1 being miserable, what numbers are clients typically at when they come to see you and what does the progression look like as they get to higher numbers? What sort of shifts are happening? What sort of skills are they building?

4. What mindsets, strategies or tools have been most effective in helping your clients to make progress?

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  1. Felicia Shockey on April 8, 2019 at 1:24 am

    B&Q gives me hope that although my son is 16 and if feels like we have battled life nonstop only to be defeated again and again, the answers to unlock my son’s life struggles may be just around the corner.

  2. Kim on April 4, 2019 at 1:27 pm

    B&Q always makes me feel Hope. This one also helped me calm down the need to do all at once. To also see the importance of setting up a life for mental health for all of us.

  3. Lynn Bishara on April 4, 2019 at 12:47 pm

    The “naughty vs. neurological” comment is something that we struggle with a lot…it’s really hard during a meltdown to remember that our son isn’t choosing to behave in the way that is upsetting to all of us. I think it’s hard for others who interact with him, too. They just think his “quirks” are him being a naughty pain, which then causes him to feel like a “bad kid” (his words based on how he perceives other people’s reactions to his responses). More on this topic would be appreciated. Thanks!

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