Tag Archives: ADHD

When your concerned about your child’s mental health.

Sometimes as parents, we don’t always know when our child needs help that as a parent, they may not can give them.  Are you a parent who is concerned that it might be time to seek counseling for a child? … Continue reading

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What I recommend to parents dealing with difficult behaviors in their children:

Parent’s often come to me with problems getting their children to stop a behavior, or help getting them to to simply behave.  As many times as I’ve recommended the following program,  I should be being paid by Dr. Phehan LOL. But I’m … Continue reading

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Tips for adults with ADHD

Children are not the only ones who can have ADHD.  Lots of adults live with the symptoms and never get an “official” diagnosis. One of the biggest issues adults (even those without  ADHD) have is disorganization.  Disorganization stresses people out, … Continue reading

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Describing Your Feeling- Printable Guided Imagery Worksheet

Describing Your Feeling- Printable Guided Imagery Worksheet. Kim has lots of great play therapy ideas to help therapists

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Childhood behavioral disorders

Have you ever wondered what is “normal” vs. what isn’t when it comes to the children you care for?  This is is a power point presentation (made into a short video) which I conducted for a group of foster parents. … Continue reading

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Part II, Play Therapy for the High School Counselor

This is the second part of a workshop I presented last year at the annual Alabama Counseling Association’s annual conference.  It’s Play Therapy, part II, for the school counselor grades 7th – 12th.

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Play Therapy for school counselors Part I; grades K – 6th grade

This video is from a powerpoint presentation I made for an annual ALCA conference. Play therapy for elementary school counselors Continue reading

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Understanding our child’s moods

Originally posted on Jumbled thoughts from a jumbled mind:
Here’s some more from the most fabulous book “The Whole-brain Child” by Daniel Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson. My last post referred to the left and right brain. This post is…

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remodeling going well…..but slower than expected

The new, and improved playroom is almost ready.  A few small touches and it will be done.  New reception area is almost complete.  now working on my new office space.  Hopefully I will be ready to begin looking for another … Continue reading

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Last of the “elevator speach”

last bit on the “elevator speach” and “about me” stuff…. My Philosophy Children learn from their surroundings and interactions with others.  Problems rarely occur in a vacuum and often change is necessary in many areas of a child’s life before … Continue reading

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