Tips for Managing Fear – Part 2

A good way to manage fear responses is to maintain regular, consistent self-care practices when we are not in fearful situations.

The Upside to Laziness

If you need justification to embrace laziness, know that by caring for yourself and resting, you are actually becoming more productive!

Homework “Meltdowns”

Homework “meltdowns” aren’t occurring to make everyone’s night miserable, but as an avenue for your child to communicate a need.

Teaching Your Kids Belly Breathing

Belly breathing involves breathing in deeply through the nose and breathing out through the mouth so the lungs fill with air and the diaphragm contracts.

Grieving the Loss of a Co-Worker

While there seems to be an acceptance and understanding of losing a family member or spouse, the loss of a co-worker can bring all of those emotions alongside added confusion.

Why Play Therapy? Part 2

Now that you’ve decided play therapy is the best option for your child, we will explore what you and your child can expect moving forward.