Believe it or not, a new school year is upon us. The return to school has always caused a wide
As a counselor, I often walk the balance of overhearing things people say and wishing that I could talk with
Coronavirus. COVID-19. Pandemic. Shelter-in-place. These have been the hot topic words over the past week and a half and understandably so.
There has been a lot of talk about how to keep families and kids physically safe and healthy during this COVID-19 pandemic, but from my perspective, health also includes emotional well-being. So what are parents to do?
How you speak about your spouse matters. Your words have the power to tear down or build up, to give life or destroy it. Your words matter. So if you are looking for one way to begin improving the health of your marriage, take an honest assessment of how you speak of your spouse (especially in public).
Something new and exciting is coming to Heritage Counseling Center! Check out our newest group: BRAVE.
We’re back with another On Our Bookshelf post! This one is for parents, and I cannot recommend this book enough! Looking for your next book about development? Check out Are My Kids On Track?
Before we mistakenly interpret a child’s reactions as evidence of some “issues,” let’s look at a few ways that we as parents can provide genuine connection and encouragement to help our children get through this important transition.