27. Finding Confidence with Adelle Spindlove
Changing Your Dreams: Parenting a Child with Special Needs
by Lara Kitts
2y ago
Today, I have the pleasure of talking with author, Adelle Spindlove. Adelle lives in Portsmouth, UK with her partner and their two children. Her eldest son has a rare neuro-developmental syndrome called ADNP, and her youngest son is neuro-typical, which makes him a super sibling. When she is not writing, Adelle enjoys swimming in the sea, dancing in the kitchen and of course reading lots and lots of books to her boys. Freddie and the High Flying Kick is her first book for children and she hopes you enjoy reading it, as much as she enjoyed writing it. Guest, Adelle Spindlove Website www.adell ..read more
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26. Healing Yourself Through Nature
Changing Your Dreams: Parenting a Child with Special Needs
by Lara Kitts
2y ago
This episode is on Healing Yourself Through Nature. I talk about working through my own barriers to getting outside more and challenge you to acknowledge those things that keep you from spending more time in nature. Nature is one of the best, if not THE best, ways to find healing and nourishment for your soul. Host, Lara Kitts Leave me a voice message https://anchor.fm/larakitts Website and Flight Club https://www.larakitts.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/larakittsllc Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lara.kitts/?hl=en --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/larakitts/message ..read more
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25. Traumatic Diagnosis Story with Shannon Dennis
Changing Your Dreams: Parenting a Child with Special Needs
by Lara Kitts
2y ago
One of the many layers of grief experienced by some parents of kids with special needs is tied to the trauma experienced either at birth or at the time of diagnosis if it comes later. Today’s guest shares her traumatic story of receiving her daughter’s rare diagnosis of KIF1A when she was 18 months old. Shannon Dennis is the mom to six-year-old Sadie and three-year-old Weston. Shannon talks with us about the layers of Sadie’s rare diagnosis, coupled with a newly received autism diagnosis. She also shares what it means to navigate three-year-old Weston’s delays and developmental needs. And she ..read more
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24. My Story of Being an Energy Healer
Changing Your Dreams: Parenting a Child with Special Needs
by Lara Kitts
2y ago
This is a solo episode where I share my story about when I realized my gift as an Energy Healer. How do you know if energy healing is right for you? I welcome your questions via email at lara.kitts@gmail.com, or a voice message at https://anchor.fm/larakitts. WIN A FREE AURA CLEANSING WORTH $33! ✅ Leave a 5 star review and testimonial of the podcast on your favorite platform ✅ Take a screenshot of it ✅ Email it to me, with what platform it’s on, at lara.kitts@gmail.com. Host, Lara Kitts Website and Flight Club https://www.larakitts.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/larakittsllc Instagram ..read more
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23. Parenting Through Trauma with Brandy Linen
Changing Your Dreams: Parenting a Child with Special Needs
by Lara Kitts
2y ago
Brandy Linen is the mom of five children, ages 10, 9, 6, 4 and 5 months. Her 10 year-old son, Dayvon, is diagnosed with autism and her 9 year-old daughter, Lyric, is diagnosed with autism, ADHD, and possibly Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder. Brandy shares with us how raising her children was the catalyst and ongoing motivation for her to heal her own childhood trauma and PTSD. We discuss how after hitting bottom, she was able to work through her own healing with the help of therapy and determination to do the work. Thank you for listening as we discuss shame, grief, healing from trauma ..read more
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22. How to Model Communication with Hannah Stainer
Changing Your Dreams: Parenting a Child with Special Needs
by Lara Kitts
2y ago
Today, I talk to Hannah Stainer about how communication can benefit the relationships with your children, partner, and yourself. We will explore how to take the stress out of interactions and how talking about our feelings, and helping our children to do the same, can be beneficial for our wellbeing. Hannah Stainer is a teacher, coach and mentor who supports parents of neurodiverse children to feel more confident in supporting their child. Hannah teaches in special education and mainstream settings. She has a master’s degree in Psychology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Inclusive and Special Edu ..read more
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21. The Importance of Adult Play with Kara Latta
Changing Your Dreams: Parenting a Child with Special Needs
by Lara Kitts
2y ago
Today, I’m talking to Kara Latta about why we need to re-learn how to play as adults. Why is playing conditioned out of us, even at early ages? Reconnecting to your childhood-self to revive the joy takes a mindset shift. Kara Latta is the Founder and Chief Fun Officer of The Playful Warrior and a Play and Mindset Coach. She’s also a hypnotherapist, hip-hop and latin dancer, finger painter, bright red lipstick-wearer, and your biggest cheerleader.   Kara created ThoughtPLAY, the only 8-week 1-on-1 play and mindset coaching program designed to help you ditch perfectionism, overcome self-dou ..read more
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20. Intuitive Connection Reading with Nikhi Joshi
Changing Your Dreams: Parenting a Child with Special Needs
by Lara Kitts
2y ago
Today’s episode is an Intuitive Connection reading for Nikhi Joshi about her daughter, Aaryana. Nikhi struggles with 3-year-old Aaryana's “intense” personality and behaviors that trigger her own tendencies toward overwhelm as a Highly Sensitive Person, or HSP. She’s tried doctors and parenting coaches with no help. She came to me to seek support from Aaryana's Spirit Guides to better understand her daughter and answer her questions about behaviors, sensory interventions, and more. Spirit sends me messages through images (clairvoyance), hearing things in my head (clairaudience), and by just kno ..read more
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19. Honoring Your Body, Intuitive Healing, and my BHAG
Changing Your Dreams: Parenting a Child with Special Needs
by Lara Kitts
2y ago
In coming back for Season 2, I explain the need to honor your body, discuss my deep dive into intuitive guidance and healing, and talk about my BHAG (Big, Hairy, Audacious, Goal), which is building Little Cabins in the Woods as a place for caregivers to find rest, respite, and retreat. If you are interested in seeing this dream come true, please contact me! I want to know there is a need and support for this in the world. Contact me at https://www.larakitts.com/contact-1 I'd love to see you on social media too! Follow me on Facebook @larakittsllc and on Instagram @lara.kitts. I'm doing a givea ..read more
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18. Knowing What Your Special Needs Child is Feeling: A Magical Interview with Jennifer Waller
Changing Your Dreams: Parenting a Child with Special Needs
by Lara Kitts
2y ago
This is the last episode of my first season of the podcast and I appreciate each and every one of you for being with me and listening and learning! I’ll be taking a short break over June and July to be a full-time mom. I’m excited to come back in August for season 2! I may pop in a couple of times over the summer with a mini episode or a quick check in. But, season 2 will start in August. As the parent of a child with special needs, I find myself with a lot of questions about my daughter’s well-being, health, her education and the future. Over the years, I have learned how to get clear answers ..read more
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