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Tips to Help Your Child Focus While Having ADHD

  Focus can be hard enough for those without Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Children especially naturally gravitate towards moving around from interest to interest. However, for kids who battle ADHD in addition to the child-like wonder for the world, focus becomes as troublesome as a breeze blowing a leaf around. In order to calm the winded dance,

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How to Help Your Child Prevent Bullying

Bullying is a huge topic these days. The focus was on in-person bullying prior to the digital age, but now there is something called cyberbullying. Either way, bullying remains a horrible act that no one should have to endure. Counseling offers support for anyone who is going through this terrible experience in their life. However,

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Does Counseling Really Help?

People are usually very nervous or scared about getting started with counseling. That feeling stems from a bad name getting attached to it, or that people expect miracles. Counseling can REALLY help. Even if there aren’t any underlying mental disorders, it is good to sit down and talk about your thoughts or feelings. Here are

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10 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Depression Triggers

The holidays can be a wonderful time of year for many, but others might feel regretful and depressed. There are endless reasons for feeling this way, and it is normal to have these feelings. We try to talk with our patients around this topic a lot throughout the weeks leading up to the holidays, but

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