September 4, 2019

WHAT’S SO TERRIBLE ABOUT BEING 2?

By: Patrick C. Heard  MA LPC LMFT I recently noticed an increase in very young children coming in for counseling. I thought seeing a three-year-old child and his or her parent was a good outside limit, but I never expected to see two-year olds and their parents in my counseling office. I […]
August 16, 2019

Family Rituals

By: Jayme Beal “What can you do to promote world peace? Go home and love your family.” -Mother Theresa When I meet with families in counseling one of my first questions I ask each family member is, “What is your favorite thing about your family? or “What is your favorite thing to […]
May 18, 2016

Teen Contracts May Reduce Parenting Stress

Reduce Your Parenting Stress During The Teenage Years With Parent/Teenager Contracts by Stephen Willis, M.MFT, LPC, LMFT, NCC When parents have their first child, they tend to prepare quite carefully for that little one. Parenting stress beings immediately. They read all the books; they worry if the child is a meeting all the […]