There are hundreds of words we have all heard describing those with mental illness symptoms, especially among children and teens. They include crazy, loony, psycho, nuts, mental, and many others. […]
If you are worried about your child’s mental health or emotional well-being, you are not alone. More than 150 organizations led by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Academy […]
As parents, we spend our days worrying about and taking care of those around us. But when was the last time that you thought about the one piece that connects […]
Do you set goals for yourself and your family each year only to abandon them after a short time? Don’t give up. You’ve got options. Here are two simple techniques […]
Padres ¿les preocupa ser demasiado estrictos o demasiado débiles con sus hijos? ¿Sus hijos pasan mucho tiempo castigados? ¿Se pregunta si existe una mejor manera de criarlos? Peace at Home […]
Are you concerned about your child or teen’s mental health?Wondering how you can really help?Do you question how well mental health providers respect culture and ethnicity? Some are declaring a […]
This month we celebrate World Mental Health (October 10th is the official day). As parents we know we are affecting our child’s mental health everyday, But how? This question has become more important as the pandemic persists. Our October classes focus on providing answers that will put your mind at ease whether you are dealing with toddler meltdowns or teen romance.
What we can learn from Wall Street Journal’s Article: “Facebook Knows Instagram Is Toxic for Teen Girls, Company Documents Show?”Posted on
What we can learn from the recent Wall Street Journal article detailing what Facebook did and did not know about the effect of Instagram use on the mental health of girls? It’s more important to open communication with our daughters than to worry about whether or not they use Instagram. There is certainly a crisis of mental health with our adolescents, and while Instagram might be making matters worse, it didn’t start the fire, so to speak.
Enjoy Ruth Freeman LCSW, Amy Alamar Ed D, Autumn Cloud-Ingram LMSW and Aaron Weintraub MS as they discuss navigating screen time during this new normal. Now more than ever, screen […]
Your focus for the past year has been on keeping your kids safe, engaged in school and making miracles to help them feel socially connected. Self-care? Out the window. With […]