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From A Child's Perspective: Are My Parents Going To Be OK?

Dave: Think about this question, What is a child? There are at least 53 answers, all correct. Another way to think about the question: How do children affect the world around them? 1,017 more words


Welcome to the Mental Health & Relationships Column!

Greetings Cite A Sista Family,

My name is Shaquinta Richardson, and I will be the mental health and relationships columnist for CiteaSista!I am a marriage and family therapist, marriage and family therapy supervisor in training, doctoral candidate, disability studies scholar and activist, and mental health and self-care advocate. 240 more words

Black Women In Counseling

Family Therapies 2nd Edition

Here is the cover design for the second edition of Family Therapies: A Comprehensive Christian Appraisal. This was a fun book to revisit and update. 602 more words

Applied/Clinical Integration

5 Ways Camping Helps Your Family Grow

I know that not everyone loves the great outdoors. But, if you don’t, bear with me here for a minute. Have you been outside??

Early last year our little family bought a little trailer on a little campsite by a decent sized state lake. 911 more words


PD: Forced adoption online training

The Australian Psychological Society (APS) is offering online training to support mental health professionals working with people affected by forced adoption. These have been funded by the Australian Government and are free to eligible professionals including: counsellors, social workers, psychologists and Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Health Workers. 105 more words

Professional Development

What Parents Worry About

Amy: To be a parent is to know worry. There’s no escaping it, and there’s really no cure for it. As my blogging buddy David Keith says, “If you can’t stand guilt don’t become a parent.” 588 more words

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