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Anxiety is a Powerful Word
October 20, 2017

We all experience anxiety from time to time. Sometimes, it’s the simple feeling of trying to remember if you got all the items on the grocery list as you drive home from the store. Sometimes it’s the overwhelming sensation...

Social Media Guide for Parents
September 13, 2017

It can be difficult to keep up with the latest apps that kids are using. Just when you get the hang of how to talk to your kids about text messaging, they’ve moved on to Instagram or Snapchat. If...

Our Thoughts Matter
August 29, 2017

Anxiety is a gift!  Without anxiety, we may not study for a test, move out of the way of an oncoming car or make it to work on time.  Anxiety creates an urgency or fear that alerts us to...

Summer Blues: Back to School
August 24, 2017

As the days of summer are coming to an end, a new school year is quickly approaching us. Summers tend to be non-structured and care-free, so getting back into “the swing of things” with a new school year comes...

Mindfulness at Any Age
August 22, 2017

So, just what is this mindfulness you speak of? Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of our thoughts, emotions, or experiences—where we are and what we’re doing, on a moment-to-moment basis. Mindfulness avoids judgment...

Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) – What is it?
August 17, 2017

Parenting is just hard.  While it comes naturally to some, it doesn’t come naturally to all.  Luckily, there are a ton of great books out there to give you hand.  Very few of them, however, actually give you ways...

5 Ways to Build Communication with Your Middle Schooler
August 15, 2017

Set up a date – schedule a reoccurring monthly one on one date with your middle schooler where they are encouraged to think of topics they want to discuss with you and in return you get to pick one...

6 Perks of Becoming Empty Nesters
August 14, 2017

With summer coming to an end, this can be an emotional time for parents of college bound children. Instead of worrying about what life will be like without children at home, I encourage couples to view this time to...

Academic Accommodations and ADHD
August 14, 2017

Is your child eligible for academic accommodations?  Parents and students often wonder about qualifying for academic accommodations, including extra time on standardized testing, in the context of a diagnosis of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).  Academic accommodations typically granted for students...

4 Tips for Parents of College-Bound Freshmen
July 24, 2017

Graduation has finally happened; celebrations have occurred, caps have flown in the air, and many speeches have been heard. All of the sudden, high school is over and college is on the horizon for many of our students. College...