Telling a child that their loved one has died is one of the hardest conversations out there. I've presented some tips for having this difficult discussion.
Books aimed at children and preteens that cover what bullying is and what to do about it.
On the September Newsletter... September 8-14th is Suicide Prevention Week, and I wanted to give a little time to that on my newsletter and blog. Even though suicide is a heavy and difficult topic for many of us, discussion is an important first step toward prevention. Unfortunately, it's not that uncommon for children in my… Continue reading Always Take it Seriously
I've decided to start a monthly email newsletter because I think it'll be a great way to stay connected with families I've worked with in the past, who have since terminated therapy and moved on. After all, just because therapy has ended doesn't mean all problems have gone away! New challenges arise all the time,… Continue reading I’ve Started a Newsletter!
If you're looking for ways to start discussing body safety with your kids, children's books can be a friendly and comfortable way to get started.
Many resources identify the most common symptoms of anxiety in children. This post will identify the signs that are not discussed as frequently, and therefore can go unnoticed.
My review of parenting book The Great Behavior Breakdown