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Grounding ADHD

For this blog, I wanted to touch on a topic that is becoming more and more familiar- ADHD. I have seen

Sibling Bickering in Summer

Summer has come, the schedule shifts, the weather is warm and we dream of peaceful days outside in the sun. Any

Should I Start Therapy?

Starting therapy is a big step, especially if you are unsure whether it is needed. You might be questioning your decision

Attachment Theory and Why it Matters

Anyone who has taken a Psychology course knows about attachment theory and developmental psychology. Studying monkeys and children fordecades have shown

Problem-Solving for Middle Schoolers

Problem-solving is something we all struggle with at various points in our lives. A problem may come up daily, weekly, or

Stressors in School

Stress happens to all of us. Stress can occur at various times of the day and even for different events. There

Having Fun In The Cold

Here we are in the midst of this cold winter we are experiencing. Some of us may be able to sit

Play Therapy

When thinking of therapy, one might wonder how play can be a part of therapy? How does it work? Maybe at

Accepting Your Children

So often, as therapists, we are asked to label a problem that is present in our children. Is this ADD, Autism,