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Some time ago, parents sought me out and indicated they very much wanted my assistance with their daughter. But when it came time to schedule an appointment, I had to contend with step-dancing on Mondays, piano lessons on Tuesdays, pottery class on Thursdays with sleepovers on Fridays. Barely eeking out C’s, the girl informed me that she did her homework in the car on the way to her various activities. Clearly too muchness was part of her ...Read More →
We talk a lot about this thing called mental health, but what does it really mean and how can we promote it in our children?
According to the Centers for Disease Control, “Mental health in childhood means reaching developmental and emotional milestones, and learning healthy social skills and how to cope when there are problems.”
Laying a strong foundation from the start can help children develop appropriate emotional, social and coping skills.
Here are 5 things parents can do to promote good ...Read More →
A year later, “Delta Variant” has entered the vocabulary and kids are returning to school once again under the shadow of the lingering pandemic. We shared this piece a year ago and it’s still relevant.
School is an important arena within which a child encounters, and in optimal situations, masters, important developmental challenges. A familiarity with the dynamic aspects of these challenges can help parents and children navigate at this ...Read More →