Parenting an Anxious Child: Build a Toolbox of Strategies Through Family Group Therapy

Parenting an anxious child comes with its own unique set of challenges. As you may know, being the parent of an overly anxious tween/teen can feel a lot like running the gauntlet. From all angles, you may face unexpected issues—obsessive...

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VIDEO: How To Motivate Your Teen

VIDEO:  How To Motivate Your Tween/Teen I presented at Farmwell Station Middle School last week on how to motivating teenagers. I'd love your thoughts on this topic as it seems to be an important one for us all! Watch the video...

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4 Ways Group Therapy Sessions Help You Feel Connected and Empowered

At some point in your life, you've likely heard the adage about strength being in numbers. Most people think of an army or even a group of faithful followers. No matter the mental picture the saying paints for you, the truth...

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A Healing Journey – 3 Ways Depression Counseling Can Guide You

In America alone, an estimated 17 million people suffer from depression. While some remain stuck in feelings of hopelessness, others seek help by participating in depression counseling. What many people overlook or simply misunderstand is that depression is a treatable condition....

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What If Self-Help Strategies for Adult Anxiety Are Not Enough?

Despite adult anxiety being a debilitating mental condition, it still plagues a significant chunk of society. Many people first attempt the DIY route to rid themselves of anxiety. Though common self-help methods don't always work out, leaving anxiety unchallenged. For various...

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Is Your Child Dealing with Difficulties in School? – 3 Ways You Can Provide Support

Getting "the" phone call that your child is experiencing difficulties in school might be last on your list of phone calls you'd love to receive. In all reality, that particular phone call can go way beyond a simple conversation with...

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What Are Common Types of Anxiety in Children and What Are the Signs?

To us adults, the life of a child can look like a walk in the park. But... that's not always how it feels to a child. Although children don't have the pressure of paying bills, holding down a job, or maintaining...

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Parenting Insight: 5 Tips for Effectively Helping Your Anxious Child

Struggling with anxiety is a challenge, to say the least. Helping your anxious child to deal with this ailment can be even more challenging. As a parent, it may be hard to know what is the right thing to do or...

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