Parental involvement is a key ingredient in kid client success in therapy. What this looks like will depend on your child and his/her treatment plan, your practical ability to be involved (are you a noncustodial parent? Is your child receiving services at school?) and the therapist. But at the very least, you and your child’s therapist should be communicating regularly. …
I was thinking about the juxtaposition, about Ferguson and the ice bucket challenge both lighting up social media and not usually meeting up.
I know that for lots of people it’s scary to bring your child to a counselor. You’re already worried about your son or daughter and then you have to bring them to a stranger in the hopes they can help. It’s never fun coming to experts and saying, “Hey, I’m stuck and I’m scared and I need help.” But it’s …
It’s the big picture stuff that matters, not so much the tiny decisions that we fret about.
Infertility support groups work because for the most part everyone is on the same page. But when one member decides to call it quits, things can fall apart.
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