In this episode of The Anxious Child podcast, Occupational Therapist Angie Hanscom joins us. Angela is a pediatric occupational therapist and the founder of TimberNook, which focuses on nature-centered developmental programming in New England. She specializes in vestibular (balance) treatment and sensory integration. She is also the author of the book, Balanced & Barefoot, which discusses the effects of restricted movement and lack of outdoor playtime on overall sensory development in children. Today she tells us how to use her insights to help manage anxiety and promote healthier kids overall. Her website is www.timbernook.com/ The Anxious Child is the podcast for therapists and parents who are looking for ways to best help their child with anxiety. It is hosted by licensed psychotherapist Stephen Quinlan, who has over 20 years of experience. Please subscribe to the show for more great episodes. We would LOVE to hear from you! Get in touch on Instagram @theanxiouschildpodcast or at the website www.theanxiouschildpodcast.com where you can send us an email with your questions or thoughts which might be featured on an upcoming show! We try to respond to everyone, so don’t be shy. Love the show? Leave a review! Check out our awesome sponsor Mount Genie! You really have to try their stuff. My smart home gadgets are WAY more organized now. Why add to anxiety with your mess of cords and electronics everywhere? Check them out at https://mountgenie.com/ and don't forget to use the code "ANXIETY10" for 10% off!
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