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“No” Is a Complete Sentence

“No” is one of those words that many adults have a hard time saying either to other adults or to their children. “No” provides a… Continue Reading

Loss Of a Child: Miscarriage

Pregnancy is one of the most joyous times for soon to be parents. Mothers and fathers have daydreamed of how their child will be in… Continue Reading

Mental Illness: Denial or Awareness?

We hear a lot and read a lot on media stories, incidents and horrible news about events in our daily life.  Often experts are called… Continue Reading

Divide Care to Multiply Benefits

Few experiences in life are more difficult than caring for a loved one who is in mental decline or who requires long-term care. Without support,… Continue Reading

Traumatic Brain Injury In Children

Traumatic injuries represent the leading cause of death and disability in young adults in the US. When head trauma is sufficient to cause alterations in… Continue Reading

Feeling Inferior

“Be yourself, everyone else is already taken” – Oscar Wilde Feeling inferior is intrinsic to low self-esteem.  It comes from comparing yourself to others and… Continue Reading

PTSD In Babies

When Blaise was 3 1/2 years old, he was physically coordinated, emotionally even, outgoing, friendly, and curious. He especially enjoyed playing with toys and games… Continue Reading

Restore Human Dignity: Feldenkrais For Children With Special Needs

Your child is born and there is joy, maybe some fear about doing it right and lots of expectations. Then you get the news: your… Continue Reading

Stigma Has No Place In Mental Health

Where does it hurt? That’s the question so many children need to be asked. While one in five children experience a mental health condition in… Continue Reading

How To Create Believable Self-Talk

“I like the idea that I create my own supportive self-talk that serves to support me in achieving the life I want.” For years now,… Continue Reading

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