Helping Kids Without Therapy

Helping Kids Without Therapy

One of six children has a mental health disorder, but most of these kids don’t receive professional help for their problems. If you can’t get involved with a mental health professional, consider one of these suggestions instead.

5 Things You Should Know About Child Therapy

Dr. Gregory Ramey’s 5 Things You Should Know About Child Therapy The decision to seek mental health assistance is a tough one for many parents. Here is what you can expect. Therapy is work. You are seeking help because you

Why Aren’t You Getting Help for Your Child?

There’s both good and bad news on the status of kids’ mental health in research just published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The good news is that more kids are getting help for their emotional and behavioral problems,

Why Kids Shouldn’t be Your Highest Priority

If I’m speaking with a group of parents and I want to elicit a lively debate, I only need to say the following: “Kids shouldn’t be your highest priority”. As a youngster, I remember my dad telling me that “your

Fine Art of Listening So Kids Will Talk

Communicating with your kids is all about talking in a way that they will listen, but also listening in a way that they will talk. Listening isn’t easy, as many parents ignore the Law of Moderation, either talking too much

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