On this episode of the Parent Matters Podcast, the topic is “movement practices for mental health” where we’re exploring whole person experiential ways to cultivate being an authentic parent through providing and supporting movement practices for mental health with your children.

And, here to share her expertise, personal perspective, and knowledge of movement-based practice is Elizabeth Hickman, founder and owner of Thrive Therapy.

Discussed in this episode:

  • What makes Rhythmic Movement Therapy (RMT) different from other therapies?
  • How does RMT integrate infant/child reflexes?
  • What does a typical RMT treatment look like?


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