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New children’s book: Why We Love P.E.

New children’s book: Why We Love P.E.

Recreational Therapists work with Physical Educators in school based settings and psychiatric residential treatment facilities. This book promotes healthy living for kids. We decided to share the book with you here at Rec Therapy Today. About the book: Abby and Tommy...

Do you have good attendance at your work? Read this.

Do you have good attendance at your work? Read this.

The email below was written by Glenn Shepard.  Someone in human resources had Fwd. this email to me. I felt it would be a great topic to share with fellow rec therapists. The topic is attendance.  -- It doesn't matter if you're the best rec therapist in the world if...

How to train the brain to focus on the good

How to train the brain to focus on the good

By: Danny Pettry Zig Zilgar (Ziglar.com) has a post on facebook that reads: “Never let the things you want make you forget the things you have.”   Cognitive Behavior Therapists teach “Thoughts Create Feelings” and there is evidence that supports Cognitive...

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