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It is our goal that professionals and parents across the globe can access supportive information in a clear and concise way, assisting them to promote health and wellbeing in children and adults under their care through extensive assessment and goal-directed intervention.

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Peruse the following upcoming courses and reserve your seat today!


Gravitational Insecurity (GrI) in two parts – A neuroscientific review and a prospective study

When: February 3, 2023, from 12pm to 2pm US ET

OTs trained in Sensory Integration identify some life-long motion sensitivity and balance problems as gravitational insecurity (GrI)...

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Putting It All Together Integrating Theory and Practice in Sandplay

When: Reschedule to Thursdays 12:00 noon to 1:30 PM

This 4-session workshop focuses on integrating theory and practice in Sandplay. Each session will highlight different...

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Typical Development – 0 to 3 months (Track 1)

When: Reschedule to When: Jan 25, Feb 1,8,15,22,24, March 9,17, 2023.

Have you ever wondered what is typical and what is not? We have and this question has driven us back to our books many times...

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The Nutrition Corner

When: Reschedule to Jan 27 at 11am , Feb 17 at 9am, March 31 at 11am, April 21 at 11am, 2023

This series of webinars on nutritional basics has been created to bring awareness of the importance of nutrition and supplementation...

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10 months with Maude 2023

This 10-month long workshop series is a direct response to frequent requests for Maude to provide more integration between theory, different thought leaders, and various modalities in a cost-effective way. Our first round in 2022 was productive and requested by all to continue with this project...

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3 Tomatis Features – Part 1

When: March 23, 30 and April 6, 2023.

This 3-part webinar series is open strictly to only Tomatis professionals across the globe and forms the first three parameters as “Part 1”.

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Dyspraxia Assessment – Obtaining the Fuller Picture

When: Thursdays from 2 to 4pm US ET

As practitioners in the field of early development, educational and social performance, we are under increased pressure to provide thorough, individualized assessments in a timely manner.

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What I needed to know as a parent!

When: Reschedule to Thursday evenings from 7 to 9pm on  March 29, April 5, 12, 19., 2023

Parenting can be a daunting challenge with typically developing children, and even more so when children are surviving developmental delays...

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Regina DeAngelis Biography

Regina DeAngelis is a former divorce attorney and the founder of Family Transitions™, a program that helps families calmly divorce so that they avoid the typical emotional and financial trauma associated with the process.

It was over a decade ago, after Regina’s son was diagnosed with the devastating condition Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, that Regina became convinced her clients were wasting too much valuable energy embroiled in battles over their divorces and losing control of their lives to lawyers and courts. 

Regina believes that even when facing the most difficult of circumstances, there is always something to be grateful for.  She refocuses her clients’ perspectives as the divorce unfolds so that the family builds positive forward momentum, rather than allowing lawyers and courts to force them into adversarial roles and keep them stuck in anger and blame. 

Regina consciously focuses on helping her clients rise above the circumstances that frequently become emotionally overwhelming and trigger fighting in traditional divorce, so that they create a strong foundation for co-parenting when the divorce is over.

Regina knows first hand that, even when parties intend to be amicable, the traditional divorce process forces families into “victim vs. villain” roles and literally takes over their lives. On top of the normal stress and grief involved in a marriage ending, your life becomes consumed with gathering information for lawyers and preparing for court dates.  After years of being frustrated with the process (and going through it herself), in 2018 Regina started Family Transitions Divorce Coaching & Mediation™.  Since then, she has helped dozens of families navigate the hardest circumstances so that they avoid the typical emotional and financial destruction of divorce.  Regina’s clients get through their divorces efficiently and calmly,  transitioning to two households with control as they create divorce agreements that are tailored to the complicated needs of their families (no cookie-cutter approach here). 

At Family Transitions™,  Regina’s clients participate in a coaching and mediation program known as The Twenty-First Century Family Transition.™    This program shifts the process from one of blame, anger and shame to compassion, empathy, and mutual acceptance.  It also saves families thousands of dollars over traditional divorce, because the program gives them comprehensive information about all aspects of divorce, so that her clients normally avoid lawyers completely.  The financial savings are just a bonus though.  The most important benefit is creating a healthy, two-household family that minimizes emotional harm to the parties AND the children, and provides a strong foundation for healthy co-parenting.

If you or someone you know is facing divorce and want the tools to get through calmly, efficiently, and without lawyers and courts, contact Regina DeAngelis at [email protected], or simply schedule a free call to confidentially discuss your family’s future at www.calendly.com/reginadeangelis/45min

Webinar Description

Regina’s webinar will cover such topics as:

  •  How it is possible to move through a calm and efficient divorce process that avoids the typical emotional and financial trauma associated with divorce, even if you and your spouse can barely speak without arguing right now
  •  How not making any rash decisions, such as hiring lawyers or moving out of the house can actually pave the way for a smooth transition to two-households.
  •  Why avoiding the expected social narrative of “victim vs. villain” makes divorce so toxic and destructive and the key to avoiding this destructive trap
  •  How complicating life factors such as a child with special needs of any kind make it even more important to keep your family out of a “family” court system that applies a cookie cutter approach to all families, regardless of circumstances
  •  How transforming your divorce process by avoiding the traditional divorce system benefits your and your children’s emotional health in the short-term, and also provides benefits for many years to come


Thank you for this very informative course! I have gained so much from this course and will go back, rethink and adjust what I am doing. Thank you, Maude, for sharing your immense knowledge and experiences. At times I felt overwhelmed, there was a lot of information and all so very interesting - I wanted to take it all in. 😊 I am inspired and excited again to see what a difference I can make as an OT to the children and their families. I can’t wait to attend your next course! THANK YOU!!

Edda Thomson - Australia

I appreciate the way Maude presents her courses, in a concise and precise way, combining research and evidence-based approaches. I feel supported and I always finish the classes with a lot of new ideas and food for thought.

Alina Burrah - Israel

Exceptional presenter who is very knowledgeable in her area of expertise, and knows how to present concepts, ideas, skills, and observations in an understandable and clear manner. She always “checks in” to make sure attendees understand material presented, and optimally integrates use of power point slides with videos to further understanding. You can feel and hear her passion for her profession, the young child, and teaching and sharing knowledge with others.

Adrienne Westheim (SLP) - United States

Maude’s love and passion for developing children's potential is so apparent in the effort she puts into the courses which are built on the solid foundation of research and experience.

Monique Davies - South Africa

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Maude will be announcing soon a new venture for 2022! Due to high demand for mentoring and consultations we will offer a “Year with Maude”. Membership to this program will include monthly 3 hour meeting times in different time zones of 3 hours long – 12 sessions throughout 2022. During these sessions Maude will share cases, but members will share cases as well. Mentoring could range from OT services to different diagnostic categories, to different methodologies. Maude’s expansive knowledge over different domains makes her a great resource for “putting it all together”