Our little ones may have little feet, but they tend to have very big feelings.
Little Feet is intended to address the emotional and behavioral challenges of 3–6 year olds through a highly structured, routine process. Big feelings can be hard for little ones to manage on their own, so they are often expressed through intense, and sometimes inappropriate behaviors.
Using a variety of interventions, we work as a team to identify, manage, and voice our kiddo’s big feelings and their behavioral manifestations. Offering alternative ways of expression like art, cooperative play, and interactive activities, littles ones learn how to identify their feelings and how they can appropriately express them. Another primary focus of group is increasing distress tolerance and improving self-regulation by incorporating mindfulness activities into each weekly 90-minute session.
All of our friends in Little Feet participate in weekly or bi-weekly individual counseling sessions to ensure that we are consistently working to achieve their goals. Before attending group, you will meet with a clinician on our team to help grasp a better understanding of your child, areas of support, their individual strengths, and set goals and expectations for counseling.
Little Feet prepares your child by practicing tools and skills learned in individual sessions in a more triggering, contained, and structured social environment. Together, the children in the program learn tools that help them succeed in an environment that serves as a microcosm of their real-world experiences.
To see if Little Feet is the right program for your child, schedule a therapy intake session today.
— Little Feet Facilitator —
Dr. Lindsey Thompson
Dr. Thompson is a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 9 years of experience in community mental health and group practices. She is passionate about working as part of a team to improve family life and help each client meet their own potential.