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Life Transitions: College

Life Transitions: College

Life Transitions: College Your teenager has worked hard throughout high school and finally been accepted to college. There are cheers...

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Lying: What’s it about

Lying: What’s it about

Everybody lies sometimes. It’s part of life, and sometimes it’s even appropriate for your child to lie. If a school...

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Youth and Video Gaming : When should you be concerned?

Youth and Video Gaming : When should you be concerned?

Gone are the days when your kid gets home from school and plays in the street until dusk with neighbors....

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Back to School Worries

Back to School Worries

You know how it goes: your child has a stomach or head ache in the mornings for no good reason....

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Building Community As a Way to Combat Bullying

Building Community As a Way to Combat Bullying

Research from the American Psychological Association in 2010 shows bullying victims frequently lack social skills, think negative thoughts, experience difficulties...

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What’s going on with my child’s behavior?

What’s going on with my child’s behavior?

If you are on edge and can’t focus at work because you are waiting for the call from school or...

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To Medicate or Not

To Medicate or Not

Your child is struggling with behavioral or mood problems and non-pharmaceutical interventions aren’t enough. Your pediatrician or therapist suggests a...

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Meeting Your Child “Where They Are”

Meeting Your Child “Where They Are”

One of the guiding principles of social work is to meet the client “where they are.” For example, when I...

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