College was exciting and created a constant whirlwind of challenges the entire time I was in undegrad. I had the bright idea of double majoring in psychology and education. I figured the teaching certificate would prove beneficial while I worked on my Masters degree in counseling. It worked well and I progressed reasonably well through both programs. I had an… Read more →
Repeatedly, I tell people anger is an emotion just as all of the other emotions God has blessed us with and we seem to manage most of them just fine. For instance, when we are happy, we smile without hesitation. When we are bothered, we frown and no one gets injured. Even when we are anxious, we may wring our… Read more →
Read some of the habits of happy people in this CNN article by Katia Hetter 10 Ways to Get Happy Read more →
We have many teens who visit our office who often lament that they are unable to speak with their parents about their problems. Many times, it is not because their parents would fuss or criticize. However, it is because they do not want to disappoint their parents or they do not want to burden their parents. Parents, continue to be… Read more →
ADHD or Not??? In 20 years of working with families, this is one of the most common self-diagnosed issues I have faced. Parents have received information from unprofessional sources and determined their child has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or Attention Deficit Disorder. I, myself, was told my two year old toddler robust boy had ADHD when he jumped on… Read more →
Marriage, undoubtedly, is one of the most challenging undertakings a person will have in a lifetime. Unfortunately, people do not treat it as such and fall short of the mark of “Til death do us part.” In my work with couples, I ask them a series of questions to determine if counseling would be helpful at the point where they… Read more →
Parents, how often have you gotten to the middle of the school year and complained of how unorganized your child is in managing daily responsibilities?
No need to cite statistics or national norms regarding the developmental struggles of youth to adapt to daily tasks during the school year after being “free” for three months. All you need to know is there is help available to your family.
Schedule an appointment for your family to identify and address some of the pitfalls your youth have had in previous years and develop a course of action to offset those problems this year.
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