Like many other topics that are covered in the media, the issue of bullying is a worrisome one. Many parents are fearful that their child will be bullied at school. Luckily, there are powerful ways we can support our children so they have something to fall back on should the situation arise. One emerging approach […]
Below are some posts I have written for families.
This week I am pleased to share a guest blog from my colleague, Edie Schatz who has a private practice in Columbia, MD where she works with young, school age, and adolescent children, and their families. Edie is passionate about helping parents strengthen their relationships with their children throughout development using play. She is also available to speak to […]
Here’s the scenario: The baby was up one extra time in the night and you’re feeling groggy this morning. Despite your exhaustion, you manage to get your three year-old ready for school and successfully load both kids into the car. On the way, you all sing and joke around together. Upon arrival, you congratulate yourself […]
Becoming a mom can be a huge adjustment. While you are pregnant it is all about taking care of you. But once the baby arrives, the focus immediately shifts and all of a sudden you are spending most of your time taking care of your baby. Work, fun, and leisure time used to be relatively […]