Meet The Cedarsong Way Foundations Training Mentors
When you are ready for your one on one hour of mentorship, please contact one of the mentors below to schedule your mentorship session. Mentors will respond within 48 hours to schedule. You will then pay the mentor directly prior to your session, and note payment date and method on your documentation form.
Please note. ONLY the mentors listed below meet the requirements for this particular mentorship. No other mentorship will be accepted to meet this criteria.
Emily Bryce is a pediatric occupational therapist and Cedarsong Way trained teacher and board member who believes that our bodies, minds, and spirits need the outdoors to thrive. She specializes in neurodiverse learners in nature, sensory development/integration, storytelling, art in nature, forest theater, and child development. She currently mentors fellow OTs in outdoor and sensory-based practice and sits as the Community Building co-chair and Treasurer for the American Forest Kindergarten Association board where she helps connect and problem solve with forest schools across the country. She is based in Western Washington and can be reached via email here.
Nicole is a mother of 3 young boys and resides with her family in a small town on the Pacific coast of Mexico. An active participant in her local alternative educational community, she is passionate about nature based and interest led learning in early childhood, holistic health for families and alternate lifestyle choices for people. She currently serves as Director of Education for Entreamigos Foundation in Nayarit, Mexico and a founding member of their micro-school in the jungle. She also hosts story circles and creative workshops for kids and adults in her community. Nicole is a big believer in messy and risky play and cultivating curiosity and creativity in children. Please connect with Nicole through her email here.
Molly Lannon Kenny
Molly Lannon Kenny is co-chair of The Cedarsong Way board and Erin Kenny’s sister. She is a licensed speech-language pathologist and a sought after autism specialist. She left her clinical position at a major hospital in 1999 to develop her own therapy method, Integrated Movement Therapy (IMT), which combined her clinical expertise with her love of movement, yoga and spiritual practice. She subsequently developed trainings in IMT and has traveled all of the world teaching clinicians, educators and yoga teachers to work more effectively, naturally and joyfully with people with special needs. She is passionate about inclusion, as well as earth stewardship. She lives in coastal Mexico and is delighted to offer her knowledge and experience as a Cedarsong Mentor. She may be contacted directly via email.