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Meet Amy C. Bryant, EdS, LPC

I specialize in holistic psychotherapy and healing modalities, violence and abuse prevention, conflict resolution, and peaceful parenting. I provide local and online psychotherapy and hypnotherapy groups, dating and domestic violence education, professional consultations, and continuing education training for professionals.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC006053), National Board Certified Counselor (NBCC), certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, and a member of the American Counseling Association, with additional training in violence, abuse and trauma, conflict resolution, positive parenting for parents and teachers, hypnotherapy, and curriculum development.

I earned my Masters of Science and Specialist in Education degrees in professional counseling with a focus on children and adolescents. My training included work in an acute residential psychiatric hospital working with adolescent boys on the behaviorally aggressive and sexual offender units. After completing my training in 2004, I continued my work with children, adolescents and families facing everyday and acute challenges at home, at school, and in the community, including ADHD, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, family conflict, schools stress, and more. Over the past 14 years I've completed additional training in trauma-informed holistic healing modalities, including hypnotherapy (and here), Safe & Sound Protocol, EFT and more.

I write about ways to move out of the reward-punishment parenting paradigm on the Parenting Beyond Punishment blog, and how to connect with kids through play at Play At Home Mom.

I live and play with my partner, daughter, and dog in Atlanta, GA.

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I believe people of all ages are always doing their best. When challenges arise, I get curious about discovering the underlying experience: trauma, emotions, sensory overwhelm, and more.

I also help parents move out of punishment-based parenting practices and into a connection-centered approach to living with their children. When parents are able to identify and heal their own reactions to themselves and their children, they are able to operate from a place of love and empowerment. And from this place of love and collaborative power, everyone experiences more joy.

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Meet Ashley

Ashley Kagan, Med MECD is the founder and co-owner of Play At Home Mom, LLC.  She holds a double masters degree in Exceptional Student Education and Early Childhood Development, and has over 24 years of experience working with children and families.  Ashley was a teacher for 11 years, 8 years teaching children with autism, and  now teaches pre-k in a Reggio-inspired school.  Ashley is also a contributor to the Parenting Beyond Punishment blog and provides online parent coaching services.

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