Story Time: Prepare Your Child for School

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Story Time: We are all running around, making final preparations for our children to go to school. Doctor visits, school supplies, meeting teachers – Summer is over and we have to get back to work, just like our kids. In all the lists of things to buy, transport, and get done, some of the most […]

Inside Out: How to Talk about Feelings with your Child

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If you’ve watched TV recently or cruised down the toy isle you’ve probably seen advertisements for Disney’s latest movie, Inside Out. The currently #1 movie offers an exciting storyline, along with lessons about feelings and emotions. This post contains some spoilers, so you may want to watch it first before reading further. Kids and adults […]

Child Parent Relationship Training

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Some of the most effective treatments for children who are having emotional and behavioral problems are play therapy and filial therapy. The Center for Play Therapy has created a wonderful class that teaches the principles of play therapy to parents in Child Parent Relationship Training. Parents learn to use play to get into their child’s […]

Angela Reed, LPC Intern

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I am a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern (LPC Intern) who is excited to work alongside you to meet your needs. I believe a strong therapeutic relationship is vital to promote positive growth. I deeply care about my clients and want them to feel heard, understood, and accepted. I enjoy working with children and adolescents, along with […]

Parent Education Program

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Parent Education Program for February Its that time again! We are developing a new class for our parent education program–PEP!  Each month, we will have a class the second Saturday at 2 pm. We are also developing an email list so we can send updates about new classes, programs, therapists, blogs. You don’t have to […]