Children enter the classroom with diverse upbringings, but they all face the same challenge: moving from the safety of home into the greater world.
Through the consistent, harmonious activities of Rainbowdance, we support the development of resilient, happy children.
The basic model of our program works to
build social empathy, self-confidence and
self-regulation, using music, movement
and storytelling. Rainbowdance is
adaptable for children ages 1-5 as well as
children with special needs and behavioral
challenges. Developed by Dicki Johnson Macy at Boston Children's Foundation. Rainbowdance is now avaible in Greensboro, NC with Angela Wiley.
In Rainbowdance, children will experience:
1. Peer and Parent Support
2. Creative Expression
4. Increased confidence
Transition to Kindergarten
The child who has developed self-esteem
and confidence is prepared to confront
social challenges with curiosity and
courage. Studies show that social and
emotional health at the preschool level
increases children’s readiness for
kindergarten. If they feel regulated,
confident and empathic towards others,
they will be successful in a formal school
environment. In this model we expand the
repertoire, increasing its sophistication to
mirror the challenges children will face in
the formal school environment.
Groups starting January 2021.
9:30-10 AM ages 2-4
10 AM-10:30 PM ages 5-7
Contact Angela Wiley for more information.
Most insurance accepted.
Groups will begin online and move to in person when able
Rainbowdance is also for grown ups!!!
New Group Tues evenings 6:30-7 PM
Concepts will be adapted for adults and offer a relaxing way to ground and let go of stress.
“The children are learning self soothing strategies; we have caught them singing the songs to themselves when alone in book area or
working in the art area.”
- Karen Vogel
Director of Bright Horizons, Harborview
Few things are more frustrating and disheartening than watching your child suffer through a mental health ailment or watching them try to overcome an addiction. Likewise undergoing these challenges yourself is also debilitating. When these unenviable circumstances occur, it’s important to get help.
Things can get better!
Phone: (336) 698-6723
5603 B West Friendly Ave Suite 103 Greensboro, NC 27410.
By Appointment Only.
Delays and Closings follow the Guilford Co. School System.
2 hr delay = open at 10 AM.
Most urgent appointments can be accommodated within 48 hrs.
All emergencies call
911 or National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800 273-8255.
Use our contact form to inquire about any questions, comments, or concerns or if you wish to be added to our mailing list. We will respond to you as soon as we can!