Quick Tips for Teen Connection

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Author: Rachel Jones, LMFT Listen This sounds easier than it is! You have only limited time with your teen in between school, sports, and work. When you do have time with them, you want to check in on that missing assignment in Pre-Cal. We get so caught up in the busyness and “to-dos” that we […]

How to Create a Toddler Bedtime Routine

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Don’t know how to make a routine for your toddler at night? Use this sample to help you get starting in knowing how to create a bedtime routine for your toddler that boosts their social skills, character, and academic performance. Everybody wants more sleep, especially parents of toddlers. If we allow our schedules to become […]

Addressing a Seasonal Pattern to Major Depression

Posted Posted in Mental and Emotional Health

Below is a list of some symptoms that individuals who have major depression with seasonal pattern may experience: Symptoms: • Lethargy • Significant appetite changes • Insomnia or hypersomnia • Poor concentration • Hopelessness • Decreased sexual interest • Regular connection between depressive episodes and a particular season of the year Treatment: Often the best […]

Don’t miss our next event

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Diana will be speaking at a breakout session, “Raising Supporting and Caring Children”, for the R.O.C.K. Bullying Prevention Summit, Saturday October 21st. According to a 2016 NCES study, more than 1 out of every 5 students report being bullied. Parents are influential in deterring the bullying that their children are exposed to. But what if […]