by Gina Simmons, Ph.D. When a parent discovers their child struggles with a mental illness it can be devastating. Parents need support to help them emotionally cope while they navigate… read more →
Part III of my interview with Dr. Jennifer Gibson, clinical psychologist, and disability expert. Plus a bonus synopsis of her upcoming memoir: Finding Me. by Gina Simmons, Ph.D. I learned… read more →
Dr. Jennifer Gibson gives great tips to help those with disabilities manage anger, and the insensitivity of others. Great tips for able-bodied folks who want to become better allies to people with disabilities.
An interview with Dr. Jennifer Gibson, Clinical Psychologist interviewed by Dr. Gina Simmons Many people will suffer from a disability some time in their lives. Some are born with physical… read more →
by Gina Simmons, Ph.D. It is with great pleasure that I introduce part three of my interview with Dr. Terry Marks-Tarlow, clinical psychologist and author of several books including Clinical… read more →
by Gina Simmons, Ph.D. In our last interview, The Power of Play, Part 1, Dr. Terry Marks-Tarlow described the importance of play, throughout the lifespan, for optimal brain health. Dr.… read more →
by Gina Simmons, Ph.D. When we engage in play activities, our brain establishes healthy patterns of development and adaptation from the first time we play peek-a-boo, to adult games like… read more →