What to Do When Therapy Doesn’t Work

Sometimes psychotherapy just doesn’t help in spite of a cooperative child, supportive family and a competent professional. This is a very frustrating situation, not only for the family seeking help but also for the therapist. We’d all like to think

Name Change For Child – Disputes Between Unmarried Parents

General Factors Ohio Courts Consider When Unmarried Parents Clash Over A Child’s Name Change The process of changing your child’s last name (name change) can be quite involved. If there is a dispute between unmarried parents as to their child’s

Extracurricular Activities Can Benefit Kids!

Study Reveals Children Who Participate In Extracurricular Activities Are Less Likely To Dropout Than Students Who Did Not Participate Extracurricular activities can have a significant impact on your child starting at an early age. Not only can these activities increase

Privacy: Should I Blog About My Child’s Life On The Internet?

Consider Kids’ Privacy Before Posting Online The genesis of the article evolved out of conflict I have seen over the past several years with divorced parents arguing about the scope of their child’s internet presence.  Typically, this comes up when

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Treatments Effective?

A New Study Suggests that Psychological Therapies Improve Life for Children with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is highly prevalent in children and adolescents who have experienced traumatic events such as child abuse, violence, road accidents or natural

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