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Waving the Green Flag

Empowering Approaches to Help Sustain a Healthy Relationship Photo by SHVETS production from Pexels   Relationships are a lot of work. Two individuals coming together, from different backgrounds, walks of life and different perspectives, can make for an interesting time. While differences can occur, some couples tend to stand firmly with their opinions and have…
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Creating Family Fun

Photo by cottonbro from Pexels If I asked you to picture yourself and your family members walking in the snow, as the picture shows, who would you envision? Would it be the present time, with you, your significant other, pets, children? Would it be when you were younger, with your grandparents? How about looking into…
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You Can Do Your Part to Prevent Child Abuse

National Childhood Abuse Prevention Month By Erica Marriaga, MSW, LCSW Photo by Gustavo Fring from Pexels   April is national Child Abuse Prevention Month. National Child Abuse Prevention Month “recognizes the importance of families and communities working together to strengthen families to prevent child abuse and neglect.” Every child has significant needs when growing up.…
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Reversing the Cycle

Tools to Help Decrease Your Child’s Emotions By Erica Marriaga, MSW, LCSW   Photo by Anna Shvets from Pexels Do you find yourself not knowing how to help your child calm down? When you do try and help them, does it sometimes make the situation worse? Many therapists have found that helping children to understand…
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Positive Parenting

Creating a Healing Environment By Erica Marriaga, MSW, LCSW Photo by Ketut Subiyanto from Pexels Have you noticed an increase in difficulty managing your child’s behavior? If you answered yes or had to think about it for a moment, chances are you can relate. Their lives have been turned upside down. If you think back…
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Social Skills Support Group for Children & Parents

Family Therapy
The child/teen group will utilize discussion and creative problem solving to help: 1. Pick up on social cues, tone of voice and body language. 2. Initiate/join-in conversations. 3. Build and and maintain friendships. 4. Learn how to deal with challenging social situations. 5. Recognize triggers, deal with conflict and respond rather than react in times…
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