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Circle Creek Therapy
September 16, 2019
“Stutterer Interrupted: The Comedian that Almost Didn’t Happen” is a memoir about the life of Nina G. Nina goes into detail about what it is like to stutter, and to be dyslexic. She is an accomplished writer, special needs counselor, and comedian.
As a woman who stutte...
September 11, 2019
Pig Tales is a wonderful game for adults and children alike, or anyone who likes a good story!
This is a new game that we found during a WHO Convention! We met with the creator of the game, and we decided that we had to have it for the clinic.
As you go through the game...
September 5, 2019
The school year is approaching fast... so don't be behind! Here are some helpful hints that can get you and your kids ready for the new school year!
1. Have a dress rehearsal.
The start of the new school year means the start of a new routine for your kids. A week befo...
Tony is a sweet little boy who attends Circle Creek Therapy for articulation and feeding therapy. Our speech therapists see Tony multiple times throughout the week, and we love treating him!
Tony's parents are so helpful and supportive! We decided to interview Rocky, (...
September 3, 2019
Mindfulness based yoga is a practice within the spectrum of yoga that focuses on breathing. It helps you be more aware of your body, and it keeps your emotions in check.
Some of the ways this is implemented is by bringing attention to how you are breathing with th...
Is your little one struggling to remember body parts?
At Circle Creek, we use Mr. Potato head to help our younger patients remember, and identify things such as arms, eyes, ears, and noses!
We can also use Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head to target pronouns, and prepositions.
Our Recent Posts
Creative Therapy Tools: Hedbanz
July 23, 2020
What is "Covert Stuttering?"
June 10, 2020
The "Name Game" at Home Exercise
June 8, 2020
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play based therapy
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