Transitions happen all the time. Schools out. Summer’s here. Vacations, camp, back-to-school, moving, sleep schedules, birthdays, illness. All of these shifts can throw a person off kilter. Trying to get back to center where equanimity reigns can feel like an uphill battle. So many of us instinctively push away our strong feelings because they seem […]
Oftentimes, when I am working with a couple in therapy, men will tell me they, “aren’t good with feelings” or, “they don’t have a lot of feelings.” Read on for are a few ways to prevent our sons from telling this same story one day.
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 […]