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Building a Guilt-Free Relationship with Food through Mindful Eating

The primary role of food in young children’s lives is one of sustenance. Young children tend to eat when they’re hungry and push away food when they’re full. 958 more words

May 1st, Mental Health Awareness Month

Millions of Americans are affected by mental health conditions every year.

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Here are some facts about the prevalence and impact of mental illness. 491 more words


7 Creative Shortcuts and Solutions to Simplify Life with Young Kids

Life with kids can feel anything but simple. Things rarely go as planned. You’re exhausted and could sleep for days. You feel like a mess surrounded by a whole lot of mess. 824 more words

What Is Dyslexia? | Child Psychology

Dyslexia is a very common term that I often hear parents use. Dyslexia actually means a reading disorder or a reading disability. Problems include difficulties with reading comprehension and understanding the main idea of what they’re reading. 120 more words

Today's Reflection.

Making History with The National Museum of Psychology & How You Can Help

The history of psychology is filled with famous and inventive figures, significant discoveries and fascinating research — everything from Sigmund Freud and talk therapy to the birth (and demise) of… 699 more words

Victims or Victors?

I recently read Eight Keys to End Bullying: Strategies for Parents and Schools by Signe Whitson. This author takes the familiar secular stance of attempting to explain away unkindness apart from a sinful nature. 565 more words


Questions for a child psychologist

Hey Doc: Questions for the child psychologist

Q:  I want to help out in my son’s classroom. The teacher is okay with it, but my son doesn’t want me there. 326 more words

Mental Health Monday