“I feel bad for my therapy girl, Heather.” - Client to his mother in the evening after I broke my big toe in session.
We'd gone outside to play ball. Ironically I had removed my shoes so I wouldn't twist my ankle! It was a good session for working on core treatment issues. "Do you regret we played ball outside?" was an important question to be answered with care, as was remaining calm & steady for the remainder of the session in the midst of my own pain/ fear.
I admit that I love being claimed by a tender little person, "my therapy girl, Heather". That's pretty great even if I can't walk or dance for a month. ... See MoreSee Less
Calling all B-town teens...your voice is needed to shape the community.Commission on the Status of Children and Youth (CSCY) is seeking applications for the 2019 Teen RoundTable. A program launched during Bloomington’s Bicentennial in 2018, the Teen RoundTable convenes young people to share their thoughts and ideas about Bloomington and their vision for the future of the community.
Over four Sundays from October 20 through November 10, a group of ten high school students will gather at the Monroe County Public Library to share their ideas about Bloomington now and in the future. These ideas will, in turn, be shared with the City’s policymakers for their consideration.