Encouragement Can Go a Long Way

If you are a parent, you have probably experienced at least a few moments of disruptive behavior from your child. While this is to be expected as children grow up and gain independence, it can be extremely stressful and, at times, overwhelming. Thankfully, there are some skills parents can learn not only to help decrease... Continue Reading →

Secure Attachment

Being a parent comes with a vast array of challenges, some universal and some unique. Perhaps one of the most difficult parts of being a parent is seeing your child hurt. No matter how large or small, it can be heartbreaking to witness your child in pain. Still, as a parent you have the opportunity... Continue Reading →

COVID-19 & Children

It is safe to say that this past year has had a detrimental toll on everyone in the world. From international lockdowns, stay-at-home orders, social distancing, and e-learning, this pandemic has affected everyone in monumental ways. The Association for Psychological Science (APS) talks of human interaction and behavior and how it is one of the... Continue Reading →

Christmas in Two Homes

Christmas is about family time, which means it is normal for you to want to spend it with your child. However, when there has been a divorce/ separation it becomes difficult to enjoy this time of the year. You and your ex will want to spend this special time with your child, so who gets... Continue Reading →

Navidad en dos hogares

La Navidad se trata de tiempo en familia, lo que significa que es normal que quiera pasarla con su hijo. Sin embargo, cuando ha habido un divorcio / separación se vuelve difícil disfrutar de esta época del año. Usted y su ex querrán pasar este momento especial con su hijo, entonces, ¿quién puede hacerlo? Trate... Continue Reading →

Co-Parenting Counseling

Why co-parenting counseling? Co-parenting counseling can help with the transition of having a role as a former partner to a cooperative and complementary role as co-parent. The goal of co-parenting counseling is to help improve parenting relationships by reducing conflict and helping improve communication as we protect and improve the overall well-being of the children... Continue Reading →

Children’s Novel Series: Masked Ninja

Welcome back to the children’s novel series! In a previous post we discussed The Jelly Donut Difference, a book that brings to light different social issues, values, virtues, and the idea of spreading kindness. In this section of this series we will dive into Masked Ninja, part of the Ninja Series by Mary Nhin. About... Continue Reading →

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