Back to School

Back to School

By Tonya Swartzendruber, MA For many families, the fall represents a significant transition period. Returning to a school schedule can be daunting for kids and parents alike. Earlier bedtimes, packed morning routines, performance expectations, and more time away from...

Consistency: The Key to Discipline

Written by Regine Galanti Discipline. It’s a topic on every parent’s mind – what’s the best way to get my child to listen? To obey? To become a healthy adult with self-control? How does a parent raise these obedient, independent, self-disciplined children without...

Encouraging Positive Behavior in Children

Written by Regine Galanti Picture this: You are playing Legos with your 6-year-old son, and he’s having trouble putting two pieces together. He begins to get frustrated, throws the pieces on the floor, and stomps, “this is the stupidest game EVER!” As a parent, what...

Let’s Talk About Selective Mutism

Written by Regine Galanti Child anxiety disorders tend to look a lot like their adult counterparts – children can experience Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety, Panic Disorder, and OCD in very similar ways to adults. This, however, is not always the case:...

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