Tag Archives: behavior

The recent video on social media

A recent video making it’s rounds in social media this week is the one in which three young, teen, girls are shown to disregard all common sense and not only talk to strangers on line, they also agree to meet the strangers in person. Luckily, the outcome is that it is basically an experiment, which the parents are in on, which shows that many teens still disregard warnings and sometimes common sense to meet with total strangers. Why? Continue reading

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Child Psychology Facts Teachers Have to Read – re posted from The Thrive Life

This article written by a very good colleague of mine and excellent counselor, helps to understand that the  knowledge that ALL behavior both from children and adults is totally goal directed and the most crucial aspect for changing negative behavior.  … Continue reading

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What to do when your child lies

All parents want their children to tell the truth.  When our children lie to us, as parents, we often take it personally.  We worry that the behavior will become a pattern to be repeated again and again.  It often angers … 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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Don’t blow up your balloon

a short video for social workers, therapists, or parents to use with their children to help them learn how to manage their anger

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How to choose a therapist for your child – reblogged

The playroom I probably don’t have to tell you that finding the right therapist to work with  you and your child is key to their success in treatment. If you are seeking help for the first time, or had a … Continue reading

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