10 Books to Support Children with Anxiety

Wilma Jean the Worry Machine by Julia Cook Anxiety continues to be a common ailment in children, especially given the current climate today. In this colorful, fun, book, children can relate to Wilma as she struggles to understand and manage her anxiety. It also provides tips and strategies to help parents and children become more …

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Q+A with Kate

Welcome to our clinician spotlight series! Meet our clinicians in a different way and learn more about them beyond their clinical selves.  Get to know Kate in our fun, light-hearted survey below! Your Hogwarts house: Gryffindor Your Zodiac sign: Gemini Your MBTI (Myers-Briggs): INFJ What’s the wallpaper to your cell phone? My kids! Do you …

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Supporting Each Other When Your Child Has a Mental Illness

Your child has been diagnosed with a serious mental illness. After months and years of trying to understand why traditional parenting methods have not been successful, you are beginning to understand why. Remember, mental illnesses often have a biological component. They are not the result of bad parenting, and they probably couldn’t have been prevented …

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Prepping for College: Your Emotional and Mental Health Needs

Preparing for the new chapter of a teenager’s life of entering college is an exciting yet nerve-wracking time! There are so many things to do to prepare- such as shopping, finding a roommate, academic schedules, etc. The one area that many new college students forget to prepare for is addressing emotional and mental health needs …

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