The preschool years can be tricky business. Our tiny toddlers are beginning to resemble actual grown people. They’re starting to sound more like them, too. Heck, we can even legitimately “hang” with them now, due to their budding sense of humor … Read More
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As a child and family therapist, the concern I hear most often is, “I think my child may have anxiety and I’m not sure how to help them.” I don’t need to travel as far as my office to see the various ways anxiety impacts children in today’s world. … Read More
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Parenting often feels like a fifty sided Rubik's cube, deceivingly simple before you really get into it, but then seemingly impossible to figure out when you’re in the thick of things. Instead of contending with multi-colored cubes, parents find … Read More