Wednesday, 06 January 2021 by Refresh Mental Health
Show your teenager love and care, while looking after yourself. Read the original article here. Whether you and your teen are getting along well or having challenges, it is important to show that you love and support them, that you can help them navigate tough times and that you are always there for them. Here
Emily Phan is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who received her Master’s of Science Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Campbellsville University. She is passionate about joining with individuals and families to help them through challenges in their lives. Additionally, Emily has experience providing therapy for children who have developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Is your child afraid to go to school? Now that classes are starting back up, you may notice some warning signs of school anxiety. Your child refuses to go to school, to the point of panic or fear. If these are some of the issues you’re facing, check out these parenting tips for children with
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 by UB Blog
“Pregnant women and new mothers need more attention when it comes to screening for depression, according to recommendations issued Tuesday by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. That came as part of the panel’s recommendation that all adults should be screened, in a situation where they can be provided treatment or get a referral if
Thursday, 12 November 2015 by Urban Balance
All parents have different approaches to disciplining their children, ranging from verbal reprimanding to timeouts. However, at what point does discipline differ from abuse or neglect and how does this affect a child’s development? Trauma from a person’s childhood can follow him or her into adulthood and can have a significant negative effect on emotional
Tuesday, 13 January 2015 by UB Blog
“Not surprisingly, up to 70% of couples experience profound stress, conflict and a decline in marital satisfaction during this time of new baby – all of which affect infant’s care. Given the increased interpersonal, social and economic pressure they experience, it is important to support caregivers in their transition to parenthood.” The Gottman Relationship Institute.