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While starting a new school year can be an exciting opportunity for a fresh start, it can feel daunting for many.  Schools…
Back-to-school is around the corner, and many of us are wondering what that will look like for our children at this time.…
All behavior serves a purpose and when we refer to the “function” of behavior, we are really talking about the reason behind…
Many parents and caregivers we work with are already walking on eggshells around their children, whether their children are struggling with anxiety…
Clinicians at our practice are often asked how one can support children and adolescents in learning new behaviors.  These behaviors may be…
Exercise is important for our minds and bodies. Being active reduces the risk of chronic health problems later in life, helps kids…
Caregivers are always looking for ways to protect their children from distress, seeking to keep their children safe -- did I bring…
What is CBT? Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a structured goal-oriented treatment approach that can be shorter in length than other forms…
This blog is for all the teachers out there.  Managing student behavior can feel daunting and overwhelming in a classroom full of…
Bibliotherapy, or the use of books as a therapeutic intervention, can be used to support children in understanding and processing their feelings…
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