It saddens me that the reason for this post is largely due to the recent tragedy this week in Las Vegas, Nevada where many lost their lives in a senseless act of violence. As I reflect on this, my mind immediately goes to my clients, who are mostly children. Although I do not practice in … Continue reading How To Help Your Child During Times of National Tragedy
Back to school anxiety is incredibly common in children, teens, and even young adults. Summer break comes and goes so quickly and as much as that break is needed for children, it can be too long. Too long without routine and structure as well as too long for their minds to start manifesting irrational, intrusive … Continue reading How To Help Your Child With Back-to-School Anxiety
I recently attended a networking breakfast full of amazing women who all own their own businesses and while everyone I met was incredible, driven, and gave me something to take away, one conversation in particular resonated with me. While talking about my business and sharing the work that I do with one woman in particular, … Continue reading To The Parent Who Thinks They Are Alone..