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Ours forever, Alice

On a recent episode of Family Therapy with Dr. Jenn (yes I love this show, sue me!) they discussed family secrets. When it was Damon Dash’s… 296 more words

Feelings

A family affair

The National Center for Children in Poverty, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University cites ongoing developmental changes in the adolescent brain which make ‘adolescents particularly receptive to positive influences of youth development strategies social and emotional learning, and behavioral modeling.’  … 526 more words

Adolescent Psychiatry

A family affair

The National Center for Children in Poverty, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University cites ongoing developmental changes in the adolescent brain which make ‘adolescents particularly receptive to positive influences of youth development strategies social and emotional learning, and behavioral modeling.’  … 526 more words

Adolescent Psychiatry

Saudi ‘marriage and family therapist’ gives instructions on how to beat your wife properly | DeadState

Islam, as are all religions are based on the past, a past long time ago, when thoughts, Society and ways of life were completely different to those of today. 120 more words

Rights

Engaging Family Supports: Free Online Videoconference

Join us for the next CPSP
“Community Psychiatry Forum*”
In Collaboration with
The American Association of Community Psychiatrists

Engaging Family Supports

Learning Objectives – Participants will be better able to: 140 more words

Family Therapy

5 Tips for Raising Emotionally Intelligent Children

As a mom of a 4-year old {very emotional} girl and a clinical therapist specializing in the treatment of eating disorders and trauma/abuse, I have evolved into a firm believer that learning how to navigate emotions ~ not avoid them or numb them ~ is at the heart of effectively dealing with the many curve balls life throws us without turning to food, drugs, alcohol, toxic relationships, and other creative coping mechanisms. 880 more words

Parenting

Us and Them

It’s very easy to get caught up and hating people who have heard us. The natural tendency is to either fight the person or avoid them, and this is what the sympathetic branch of our autonomic nervous systems set us up to do. 772 more words