You have experienced something significant and distressing but is it really a “trauma”? Trauma is a word that people tend to throw around pretty liberally these days. For instance, you’ve probably seen someone post on social media about how traumatic missing a big concert was or how traumatic having to prepare to speak in public […]
Tips for School Success OK, it’s been two weeks since school started, and things quickly have became chaotic with extracurricular activities, sports practices, homework, and more! Often it feels like there is not enough time in a day to get everything done. You know the feeling…. meetings, tests, deadlines and new projects. This new time […]
Back to School Jitters or Child Separation Anxiety? August 1st means Back to School for many counties in the Atlanta area. If you live in Roswell or Alpharetta, you get a few more days to soak up the summer. But if you’ve been in town, you’ve noticed school buses out, checking the routes; store shelves […]
Four Tips to Help Children Sleep Better For parents of both younger and older children, establishing a bedtime routine can be challenging. The challenges for creating a bedtime routine differ depending on the age of the child. Little ones may not want to go to bed and insist of staying up, while teenagers may actually […]
Tired of your child’s meltdowns? Worried your child has low self-esteem? Feeling drained by reminding your child over and over to do things? Has your child experienced a stressful change or event such as divorce? Play therapy can help! Wondering how? Keep reading….