National Play Therapy Week is February 3 – 13, 2021! How does play therapy work during a pandemic when therapy sessions move online? Amanda Shaneberger, Registered Play Therapist, explains!
Gratefulness is an emotion – it is not something we can force our children to experience. While we can’t make a child appreciate something, we can encourage them to say “thank you” and provide teachable moments about being appreciative and…
Parenting from home during the COVID-19 school year is extremely challenging—especially if you have a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)! Children with ADHD struggle to keep their attention focused and their behavior within appropriate limits, and this is…
In this time of uncertainty, families and teachers are struggling to help children learn at home. Many kids and adults are struggling with self-regulation, finding it difficult to stay motivated and focused on schoolwork without the structure of the classroom….
Aren Lord, LMSW advises for parents navigating all of the uncertainties and surrounding the upcoming school year for children and parents.
LeJeune’s advice for parents on how to identify if their child is having anxiety about going back to school and helping them during these uncertain times.
Dr. Mallis suggests families go at their own speed with going back out in public. Whether it be going to your favorite restaurant and sitting outside, going to the John Ball Zoo or Craig’s Cruisers, or even just going to the beach. It’s important that you take the steps that are most comfortable to you and your family when trying to regain some normalcy in your lives.