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Often therapists hear from parents, “I just don’t know what to do about my kid’s addiction to video games. Please help!” The role presence of video games and electronic devices in the everyday lives of kids has become a major concern f...

Bob’s family and friends notice that he can easily become agitated. Certain situations trigger a reaction in Bob that those around him don’t understand. He doesn’t “warm-up” to people easily and often keeps to himself. It’s difficult for Bob to adjust to changes in his life....

Beginning work with even the most competent therapist can be anxiety producing for any client.  Often clients who are new to the therapeutic process ask, "What should I expect from working with a therapist?" Therapists know that new clients are usually nervous when they walk...

Many Americans associate the Fourth of July with cook-outs, baseball, apple pie, and fireworks, but there are many veterans whose celebrations do not include fireworks.  Fireworks can be particularly disturbing to veterans with a diagnosis of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (...

March 7, 2018

There aren’t many people who embrace change.  Yet, the truth of the matter is that all of life is changing—constantly.  And, adapting to chage is not easy.  There is a wise man who once said, “All change is loss.”  While this may sound a bit pessimistic to some there is trut...

March 7, 2018

For many people spirituality is a significant resource for understanding themselves, their lives, their purpose, and their place in the world.  For many, a belief in a higher power is a major source of hope and faith.  It is an important resource for coping with difficult ci...

March 7, 2018

Perhaps like many parents, you find yourself saying over and over again, “Please get dressed. Please get dressed. PLEASE GET DRESSED!”  Sometimes getting out the door with your school-aged child feels like a whirlwind where you find yourself wishing you could stay home inste...

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