Overcoming Specific Phobias with Exposure Therapy

Written by Regine Galanti While most individuals display some anxiety when facing certain situations, such as spiders, insects, driving, heights, or closed spaces, among others, most of these fears are relatively benign and don’t affect an individual’s functioning....

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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