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Why we’re remaining closed after the shelter in place has been lifted

  First, let me ask how you’re all doing? Collectively, we’ve been through a difficult patch.  For some, the difficulties will persist long after the state reopens its economy.  Businesses and schools are scrambling to figure out what the new standard will mean and how to keep people safe.   We’re grappling with the same concerns. …

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Five ways to help build resilience in your child during social isolation

Life for us changed overnight.  I remember driving home and listening to the news announce that schools were going to close for two weeks.  Immediately, I knew this meant schools were likely closing for the remainder of the school term.  I then wondered what this would mean for children.   As a mental health professional, my …

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School-based therapy. Are we in your child’s school?

It can be tough raising a child.  Your worry never ends, and more children are struggling with difficulties.  It’s difficult sending your child out the door each day not knowing what challenges they will face. Sometimes, it’s obvious and other times; it’s so clear.  Perhaps last school year, you were receiving daily phone calls from …

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Anxiety attacks are awful. Do you know what happens when a person is having one?

Have you ever had an anxiety attack? What about your child? Anxiety can make a person seem irrational and out of control. Unfortunately, it can strike in childhood, leaving parents and the child at a loss for what to do. It can cause unnecessary strife and if left untreated, will only get worse. The Center …

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Ten signs that your child or teen might have anxiety. Don’t worry, we have therapists who can help.

    Anxiety can show up differently in children than adults. That’s why it’s often mistaken for other things like defiance, laziness, overreaction or lying. Children and teens sometimes lack the language to describe what’s really going on and sometimes they’re just as puzzled by their behaviors. Anxiety is awful and the earlier it is …

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