Are you and your spouse or closest people’s relationships hurting due to the stress of parenting children from hard places? Five tips may help from this month’s blog by Therapist, Laura Elizabeth DeHority, LMFT.
Sleep is essential. Is everyone getting what they need in your home, especially with the new school year starting? If so, you can stop reading here. If not, keep reading this month’s blog by Trish Jonker, MA, LCPC.
School can represent a lot of anxiety and overwhelm for parents and our kids from hard places. Read this month’s newly released blog article on how to make the school year more successful.
“Communicating with kids is easy” said no parent of teens, ever! Read further and try using a growth mindset for some simple, practical strategies to tackle this challenge and capture surprising moments of connection together!
Who isn’t interested in finding practical ways to improve your family’s nutrition and wellbeing? And who knew that our moods improve and support better brain activity with healthy snacks? Click to read this month’s blog by Trish Jonker, MA, LCPC!
Are there big behaviors related to trauma and overwhelm in your home? Click to “Intentionally Simplifying to Address Trauma-Related Behaviors.” Claudia Mercier, MA, shares insights from 25+ years of parenting, adopting and fostering.