Posts tagged child counselor
School Readiness Camp-Empathy and Perspective Taking/Teamwork

Welcome to week two of my three-week blog series coving our upcoming School Readiness Camp. This week’s blog will take a closer look at empathy and perspective taking as well as teamwork. Below are links to my two previous blogs.

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Understanding Attachment

Oftentimes when I begin parenting support sessions, we discuss attachment. Many parents struggle with describing ways in which they built an attachment with their child. I believe that it is extremely important for parents to be aware of how they are building an attachment with their child so that they can strive to build a secure attachment.

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Why a Pause Actually Creates Growth in Your Life

I’ve learned throughout my years as a counselor and boss that people hate change. In fact, people loathe change. There is something that is part of our human experience that makes us resistant or hesitant to the change experience.

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I Get You

This time of the year brings out all the feels for people. I can see the stress and anxiety building in my child and adolescent clients. Before the first day of school, there are...

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A Breath of Good Health

Deep breathing has a wide range of emotional and health benefits. 

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My Lowest Parenting Moment

"When reflecting on my lowest parenting moment, many might be surprised that the time I lost my child in an icy Christmas exhibit did not make the list. Yes, him climbing up an icy slide might have made a viral video, but that moment did not make the list.

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Disorder of Written Expression

Many children do not like to write, but sometimes it goes beyond a dislike. These children may have a disorder of written expression, which impact approximately 3-5 percent of the population. 

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