The Little Ones are Watching…

Written by: Stacy Luther, LPC Children rely on adults to contribute to the early learning of ways to manage their emotions, ways to interact with others, language/communication development, and many other aspects of development. From a social emotional development perspective, the earliest of interactions with a primary care provider contribute… Read more

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Why Can’t I Sleep?

Written By: Allyson Ende, Psy.D. Sleep is extremely important throughout our lifespan. There is a reason they say, “Never wake a sleeping baby.” I might add, “Never wake a sleeping teenager.” I think the majority of people recognize the importance of sleep for themselves and/or their children. However, many of… Read more

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Cabin Fever

Written by: Stacy Luther, LPC In the dark, cold days of January, Cabin Fever can set in quickly. UrbanDictionary.com describes Cabin Fever as a type of exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion brought on by spending too much time indoors. Despite the cold, there are ways to enjoy winter and decrease Cabin… Read more

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Homeless

Written by: Stacy Luther, MS, LPC The Washington Post recently posted an article that shared the experience of several parents, two in particular, who had sons recently diagnosed with Schizophrenia. Sons that were homeless and living on the streets during the recent dangerously cold weather as a direct result of… Read more

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