Back to School Basics: Routines

The beginning of school is a time to reset or establish routines that make sense. We can all agree that the last couple of CoVid years have required some fast thinking, right? Managing the routine consistently promotes security and taking responsibility. Check out my...

S.A.V.E.R.S.

Wake up to S.A.V.E.R.S. by Hal Elrond as part of you daily routine! 30 minutes to start your day! Spend 5 minutes with each of these disciplines per day. Silence Affirmations Visualization Exercise Read Scribing Need more support? Dr Pam can help with telehealth...
Technology and Triggers | TNT Blog #3

Technology and Triggers | TNT Blog #3

Technology can be good and bad according to most people! Technology helps us to explore, learn, and find new ways of doing things. Technology can also keep us connected to family, friends, and current events. When we think of the world before such inventions as...
Parenting Decisions and Court

Parenting Decisions and Court

She holds her head in her hands as she thinks about the parenting decisions she must make as court looms. “They just can’t go over there anymore! It isn’t safe!” Chewing her nails, she considers the options her lawyer laid out for her: 1. engage a therapist for long...
Good Enough Parent: A Book Review

Good Enough Parent: A Book Review

Are you a good enough parent? What parent doesn’t ask him or herself this question hundreds times. I know I did as a parent and I sometimes still do as a parent of adult children and  grandparent of six young ones. Was I good enough at laying the foundation for my...
Self Talk: The Power of Words

Self Talk: The Power of Words

As parents, we construct the world our children see and operate in, whether we do it intentionally or not. We first gain a sense of identity from our parents. And then, in turn, we give our children a sense of identity through the self talk we teach them. Have you...