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  • Feeling Sandwiched?
    Steph Keiper Have you ever been in the position of taking care of your children while also taking care of your parents/in-laws? If so, you might be a part of the Read more
  • Co-Parenting FOR the Kids
    Jenna Moeller Parenting is hard enough as it is but throw a separation or divorce in there and things can begin to feel unmanageable. Trying to navigate parenting and determining if Read more
  • Play Therapy for your Child
    Lexy Kruse “I’m at the end of my rope...I don’t know what to do anymore...I hope I didn’t mess up my child...” Have you heard yourself saying any of that or Read more
  • Puppy Love
    Alyssa McDowell If I had a dollar for every time someone said to me, “You’re obsessed with your dog”, I would probably be rich. My default response to this statement is Read more
  • Changing the Narrative Around Mental Health in Athletics
    Marshall McElhinney "Mental health isn't just an athlete thing. What you do for a living doesn't have to define who you are. This is an everyone thing." -Kevin Love Maybe you've heard Read more
  • Helping a Child with Anxiety
    Alyssa Caldwell Child Anxiety has become a more prevalent mental health challenge as of recent years. “One in five children will experience some kind of clinical-level anxiety by the time they Read more
  • Healthy Holiday Boundaries
    Deborah Koons-Beauchamp Healthy boundaries are important all year long, but the holiday season can provide extra opportunities for you to flex your boundary muscles. The pressure to spend time with extended Read more
  • Baby It’s Cold Outside!
    Michelle Caldwell Cheerful children bundling up for days of sledding and snowmen, families preparing for holiday celebrations, and the beautiful frozen trees! Winter can be an opportunity for many to come Read more
  • 5 Ideas to Help Reduce Stress this Holiday Season
    Erin Duncan The holiday season can be the most wonderful time of the year. It’s a time to gather with family and friends, a time of giving and receiving, a time Read more
  • Beyond the Blues - How to Think About Seasonal Depression (Seasonal Affective Disorder)
    Pete While the changing of seasons can be anticipated for many different reasons - the change from fall to winter brings approaching holidays, after all, but for some people, the colder Read more
  • “Thank you for your service”
    Kim Vaicunas This well-meaning phrase has been said to me and many other veterans over the years. I smile and say, thank you, but on the inside, I’m wondering – what Read more
  • Life Lessons from Halloween Loot
    Chelsea Cheney The goal of regulating candy intake this season should be helping kids learn independence and a healthy relationship with food.  Basically, we should be raising adults, not eternal children.   Read more
  • From Summer Fun, To School Days: Helping Your Child Transition
    James Neubauer Summer is such a fun experience for most children that it might become hard for them to go back into the school environment. Most parents may sometimes wonder what Read more
  • Narrative Therapy: (Re)Writing the Stories of Our Lives
    Dean Dirksen “The problem is the problem; the person is not the problem.” - Michael White and David Epston This was a rather revolutionary idea when White and Epston (1990) introduced it Read more
  • Easing Parental Stress with Mindfulness
    Mariah Ruyle “The most profound thing we can offer our children is our own healing” Anne Lamott I don’t think I am alone in thinking that parenting today can be quite stressful. Read more
  • Effects of Military Deployment and Reintegration on Children
    Marissa Quint As with the military members and their spouses, children experience special challenges and concerns when their parent is deployed and when their parent returns back home. Younger children tend Read more

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