1. Cognitive Development in Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers

    Mark N. Skelton, MA, EMDR Basic Trained EMDR Clinician | Cognitive Skills Trainer Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology (KCU) Jean Piaget & Cognitive Development Jean Piaget, a Swiss psychologist and genetic epistemologist, is a prominent figure in developmental psychology. Piaget’s theory reg…Read More

  2. Brain Development in Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers

    Mark N. Skelton, MA, EMDR Basic Trained EMDR Clinician | Cognitive Skills Trainer Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology (KCU) Childhood development is analogous to building a LEGO castle. It is a step-by-step procedure that requires time, different phases and the accumulation of parts. In the same s…Read More

  3. Screen Time & Brain Development in Children

    Mark N. Skelton, MA, EMDR Basic Trained EMDR Clinician | Cognitive Skills Trainer Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology (KCU) Are you the parent of an infant, toddler or preschooler? If not, maybe you have nieces and nephews or children you work closely with through educational efforts, extracurricu…Read More

  4. The Triune Brain

    Mark N. Skelton, MA, EMDR Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology (KCU) The human brain is packed with a 100,000 miles of blood vessels, fires off around 100 billion neurons simultaneously and has the ability to zip information across the skull at 250 miles per hour (Ask the Scientists, 2020). These g…Read More