Helping Parents, Families, & Caregivers

Month: October 2017

Dealing With Challenging Parents and Families – Part 2 Webinar

Dealing With Challenging Parents and Families – Part 2 Webinar

What do you do when you are stuck trying to support and understand a difficult parent? What do you do when you don’t only have to deal with a difficult parent but also the family? Teachers, counselors, and other individuals who work with children and […]

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Managing Difficult Parents & Families (Webinar)

Managing Difficult Parents & Families (Webinar)

Managing difficult families as a therapist, mental health professional, or teacher can be very difficult. Families that display difficult patterns of behavior tend to have a lot of needs. Some common needs include but are not limited to: financial, emotional/psychological, socio-economic, and educational. These limitations […]

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Relationship Dynamics: Traumatic & Abusive Relationships

Relationship Dynamics: Traumatic & Abusive Relationships

  Relationship dynamics can be complicated. Even for the smartest among us. Traumatic relationships are more common (and more perplexing) than you may think it is. Have you ever wondered why some people struggle to get out of relationships that are abusive, demeaning, & crushing? […]

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Book Review:  Sarah Tomley’s “What Would Freud Do?”

Book Review: Sarah Tomley’s “What Would Freud Do?”

What would you do if your therapist told you that the reason you hate your biological father is because you’re actually in love with your mother? How would you feel about a therapist who said that because you had a uterus you were neurotic and […]

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