6 Ways to Deal with Back-to-School Worries!

September 10, 2019

School has started and for many families this time can be filled with excitement, nervousness, relief, and sadness.  As a…

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The Winter Blues

January 25, 2019

The holidays are over and winter is in full effect. January and February can be tough months for everyone; with…

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Is My Child Just Afraid? Or is it Separation Anxiety?

December 14, 2018

School is in now session, and your child appears to cling to your leg when it’s time to enter the…

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What is Trauma?

October 13, 2018

Everyone has their own definition of what trauma means and what trauma looks like. What is your definition? T –…

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Top 5 Reasons Why Play Therapy is More than ‘Just Child’s Play’

February 9, 2017

Sometimes parents or professionals who are unfamiliar with Play Therapy wonder how therapy that consists of play can actively address…

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Psychiatrist or Psychologist? What’s the Difference?

November 19, 2016

Previously, we looked at counselors and therapists, where the two labels overlap and how they are different. In this post,…

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Socrates. Father of Questions, Questionable Father

October 29, 2016

How Socratic Questions can improve your parenting, in spite of Socrates’ parenting failures. Questionable Father History is full of great men…

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Counselor? Therapist? Healer.

September 14, 2016

Counselors and Therapists: Similarities and Differences Let’s face it, the world of psychology can be overwhelming. The terms, the ideas,…

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Who Holds Your Pen? A question of agency, identity, and relationship

May 29, 2016

In the story of your life, who gets to write the chapters, invite the characters to participate, and select the…

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Why Your Child’s Therapist Needs To Be A Play Therapist

May 23, 2016

Why Your Child’s Therapist Needs To Be A Play Therapist When I needed to find a therapist for my six…

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