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Teen Dating Violence

February 24, 2021
Violence within intimate relationships is an uncomfortable topic for many people. Even more so is the idea that violence can occur within…
Being a parent often means that your world is completely run by playdates and pizza parties. Throw in homework and bath time and by…
Kurtz Psychology’s biannual group intensive for selective mutism – Mighty Mouth Kids Camp – is right around the corner!  To ensure camper…
As caregivers and teachers, one of our many roles is to help kids learn organizational skills that will help them succeed in…
Experiencing conflict and learning to work through it is an essential skill for children to learn. Sibling relationships offer a safe, reliably available, and developmentally appropriate…
Mindfulness is beneficial for effective parenting, and it can be particularly helpful during stressful and uncertain times. A simple way to describe…
This year has brought many unexpected challenges, changes, and new responsibilities. Parents have taken on a variety of new roles while juggling…
Over the past decade, access to electronic devices has become a presumption, rather than a luxury for many kids. While waiting for…
In honor of November being Adoption Awareness Month, let us take a moment to talk about and celebrate adoption.  Adoption can be a positive outcome for children who…
As the 2020 presidential election fast approaches, many parents are considering how best to address the election and our current political climate with their children. In an already uncertain…
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