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February is Eating Disorder Awareness Month

by Erin Weinberger • February 10, 2020

Eating Disorders Awareness Month

by Erin Weinberger • February 3, 2020

Jennifer Stoltenberg

by rene marquez • October 21, 2019
Jennifer Stoltenberg, Psy D., LP I am a licensed psychologist who is committed to helping youth, adults, and families acquire the tools necessary to achieve personal growth and development. When faced with pain and suffering, we all develop ways to minimize impact. We are all sensitive to the difficulties, challenges, and transitions in our lives,… Read More »

Charlotte Johnson, MA, LPCC

by rene marquez • February 6, 2019
Charlotte Johnson, MA, LPCC When bad days start to feel like bad weeks, know that you are not alone. It would be an honor to get to know you or your child better and develop an effective plan to address whatever challenges you may be facing at school, work, or home. Life can be very… Read More »

Katie Immerfall M.S

by rene marquez • February 6, 2019
Katie Immerfall M.S There are countless reasons why people seek therapy – whether it’s the daily stressors of life, relationship struggles, or painful experiences and emotions.  Challenges are a part of life, and no one is immune to them. Sometimes these challenges become too much to bear on our own, or we find that our efforts… Read More »

Maggie O’Malley, M.A.

by rene marquez • January 24, 2019
Maggie O'Malley, M.A. It takes courage to seek support, whether it be during times of suffering or during a period of change, and the focus of my practice is to provide support by working together to cultivate inner strength and self-understanding. I believe we are not meant to experience our lives alone and that we… Read More »

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The Pathway To Peace Of Mind

by See Original Link • December 19, 2018

By Larry Shushansky, LICSW   To create the roadways of a city, it takes years of planning, developing and building. It’s a never-ending process as new ideas are constantly suggested on how to make everything more efficient and in tune with changing needs. Peace of mind is developed the same way. In the 1900’s, scientists… Read More »

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Loving a Trauma Survivor: Understanding Childhood Trauma’s Impact On Relationships

by See Original Link • December 13, 2018

by:  Robyn E. Brickel, MA, LMFT Survivors of childhood trauma deserve all the peace and security that a loving relationship can provide. But a history of abuse or neglect can make trusting another person feel terrifying. Trying to form an intimate relationship may lead to frightening missteps and confusion. How can we better understand the impact… Read More »

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The science of spanking: What happens to some spanked kids when they grow up?

by See Original Link • December 13, 2018

by Adam Mordecai You know what the most annoying thing in the world is when you are a parent? Other people telling you what to do as if they know better. Backseat parenting drives me crazy. Until I’m the one doing it. I have dear friends who spank their kids, and I always try to talk… Read More »

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How to Teach a Child About Being Grateful

by See Original Link • December 13, 2018

by SHARON SILVER Recently I received a question on Twitter: “Do you have any suggestions for teaching a preschooler appreciation for [a] gift given to him, even if he doesn’t like it?” When a child says “please” and “thank you” during the early years (18 months to age 3), it’s pretty much a rote expression, automatic and mechanical. If… Read More »