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Finding Sanity in an Insane World—Parenting for You and Me Written by Kristen Dudley, Psy.D. I am a wife, a mother, a therapist, an employee, and an employer. Like most of us, I have many roles which I juggle on a continuous basis. Like most of us, each of these roles and the thoughts and […]
“…..if I were younger, I’d know more.” Oldies, But Goodies Written by Dr. John Shanken-Kaye, Ph.D. It’s been over 45 years since I graduated public school and yet, as the calendar clicks down to the end of June, I still have an excited expectation; a feeling that “something’s comin’ something good.” It’s interesting to me […]
The Do’s and Don’ts of Helping Your Anxious Child Written by Amy Saborsky, Psy.D. Parenting a child with anxiety can be stressful and overwhelming. This can lead parents to feel “stuck” and unsure how to respond to their child’s anxiety, often feeling like nothing that they do or say seems to work. Here are some Do’s […]