How to Co-Parent During Coronavirus

Co-parenting is a difficult task that often takes time, trial and error, and patience to get right. Co-parenting can be complicated through a number of different […]

Teenage Burnout: An Epidemic

Burnout. It’s a feeling that adults try their hardest to avoid. We learn about self-care and taking breaks, going on vacation and taking a mental health […]

A New Year, a New M…Motivation!

How many of you thought I was going to say “Me”? Welcome to the New Year, the time where we give ourselves a fresh start to […]

Building Self-Esteem in Children

Whenever I work with any child, a major therapeutic goal I have for any child is working on developing and growing self-esteem. There are many therapeutic […]

A “Perspective Practice”

I recently attended a seminar on positive psychology. The words and wisdom of Dr. Martin Seligman (the founder of positive psychology) really struck a chord with […]

Rx: Outside

It seems that life has become very complicated. With work, technology, children’s schedules, socializing, maintaining our overall health, and taking care of elders, just to name […]