Autism Spectrum Disorder and Sheltering at Home

Autism Spectrum Disorder and Sheltering at Home

Autism Spectrum Disorder and Sheltering at Home

When schools closed their doors due to coronavirus, this created stress for parents everywhere. However, for parents who have a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), the shelter-at-home quarantine can feel especially overwhelming. Children with ASD thrive on structure and…

Coping Skills For When We Experience Fight, Flight Or Freeze

Coping Skills For When We Experience Fight, Flight Or Freeze

We are living in a time where things have changed, and have changed rather quickly. Our WAFs (worries, anxieties and fears) seem to be much more present, and many of us are experiencing worries and fears that we haven’t ever…

Emotional Intelligence and COVID-19

Emotional Intelligence and COVID-19

Relationships are often strained by stressful, emotional events. Bob Vandepol, MSW, reviews how taking inventory of your emotional intelligence can help ease the strain on relationships.

How to Shift Your Perspective During Stressful Times

How to Shift Your Perspective During Stressful Times

In these challenging times, our focus often narrows and we may get over engrossed in our problems. Kevin Neumann, LMSW, CAADC, offers ways to shift your perspective.