Something that makes The Wise Family unique and exceptional is that all of our clinicians come to us with vast and varied experiences in the community; both clinical and school settings. As such, we have been able to develop and maintain relationships with organizations and share helpful resources.
One of my personal favorite resources comes from the Fairfax Early Childhood Partnership. This team is composed of representatives from Fairfax County Public Schools, Fairfax Falls Church Community Services Board, and local early childhood education providers. Each month, the team collaborates to create 5-4-3-2-1 Tips.
Last month’s tips focused on empathy. Here at The Wise Family, we believe that empathy is an essential life skill that continues to develop over time.
Check out The Fairfax Early Childhood 54321 Tips to learn more!
Until next time, Be Wise!
“This is my 1st visit at WISE with my son. So far I am very thankful and impressed by the space. I feel light and comfortable here while my son works on his growth. I appreciate that you curated the process well.” ~ WISE Family parent— Thankful and impressed by the space
“Dr. Amy talks about moving children from being externally-driven to internally-driven…and she helps you get there!”— Parent of 15-year-old daughter
“Dr. Amy knows how to relate to children and make them feel comfortable. My son was shy in the beginning but Amy asked him a couple of questions about what he likes and immediately found a connection with him. He happily followed her into the office (just after a 3 min of conversation) and performed the test. He wasn’t nervous or scared and it’s because of her ability to relate to kids.
We had a great experience and he wants to go back! Thank you very much!”— Dad of 5-year-old assessment client