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How To Handle An Out-Of-Control Teen

Is your teenaged child angry, explosive and defiant? Parents often time find themselves ‘walking on eggshells’ at home, not knowing how to engage their aggressive teen. They fear that they could explode at any point. This creates an environment where parents often find themselves fearful, scared and intimidated. Parents begin…

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Living, Packing, and Constant Moving: How To Support Two-Family Children

 A Child’s Struggle to Manage Transitioning Between Two Homes Because of Divorce Today, many children live out of a suitcase – packing and then unpacking their lives every week. When parents divorce, a child’s world is significantly different. For many children, they describe the challenges of transitioning between two homes.…

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Growing Up With Anxious Parents

How Anxiety In Parents Can Affect Children Many of my clients describe the impact of being raised in an anxious home –  where one or both parents were highly anxious. These parents might have suffered from the effects of either generalized anxiety, social anxiety, agoraphobia, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), or…

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6 Simple Steps To Manage Conflict at Home or Work

We can often find ourselves in the difficult situation of trying to navigate a strong difference of opinion with another person. Differences of opinion can lead to conflicts that can be hurtful and end up being unresolved. These situations can occur in our personal, work, or other areas of our…

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Benefits to Pain & Suffering: The Key to Developing Resilience

We are seeing a paradigm shift in today’s culture to cope with adversities and difficult times. Anxiousness, avoidance, disconnection, and suffering are themes that keep many trapped and confined in a fear based state. Children and youth seem to have more “mental health” diagnoses than ever before, or is it…

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