Christian Light Education, Physical Therapy and Enhancing Emotional Awareness in Children

The Christian Light Foundation (CLF) and The Beacon Education Center are two nonprofit organizations that aim to promote physical and emotional wellness in children.

The two have teamed up to offer students an alternative way to learn about and experience their emotional needs.

CLF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that has partnered with Beacon Education to create a school for students that focuses on emotional intelligence.

The school is called Christian Light Academy and the curriculum is a combination of experiential learning, physical therapy and enhanced emotional awareness.

“I think this is a big opportunity for our kids,” said Sarah McBride, CLF’s executive director.

“We’re going to provide the opportunity for them to have a safe place to develop a sense of self.”

McBride and Beacon Education staff have been working together on the program since the summer, and they have partnered with the American Academy of Pediatrics to provide a safe, nurturing environment.

The Beacon Education program, called the “Clinic for Emotional Intelligence,” aims to provide students with a safe and nurturing learning environment where they can get a solid foundation in emotional intelligence and emotional learning.

Students are offered personalized instruction from a variety of experts, such as psychology professors, psychologists, social workers, psychologists and counselors, to help them master a variety, of skills to build an emotional intelligence network and develop positive behaviors and emotional skills.

The academy offers a variety different types of therapy, including occupational therapy, therapy, group therapy and a clinical intervention.

Students will also learn the techniques for using a variety the tools of the trade, such in communication, listening, and empathy.

“We believe in a healthy life.

We believe in building a healthy mind.

We don’t want to be a society that puts people in their comfort zone,” said McBride.

McBride said they want to instill a positive mindset in students through an interactive learning experience.

Students can also learn from the work of other educators and experts, so they can understand how to apply these skills to their own life.

“This is a chance for students to learn how to work with others and develop their own emotional intelligence,” said Kelly Ritter, Beacon Education’s director of education.

The students can then utilize the school’s technology to develop their emotional intelligence skills and build a positive, positive relationship with their peers.

Students are also allowed to visit the school from home and use the app for group therapy sessions.

This technology is being utilized to teach students how to recognize emotions in others and how to manage them.

Students also get to interact with others, such through interactive games and face-to-face interactions.

“They get to learn from their peers and how others treat them,” said Ritter.

The CLF and Beacon education programs have also partnered to provide support for students who are struggling with emotional problems and anxiety.

They also are helping students develop self-esteem and become self-sufficient by offering the first ever physical therapy sessions for students.