Talking To Your Teen About Drugs

In today’s Covid-19 world, your teen may be experiencing not only isolation from his friends but also isolation from his typical emotional distractions. As a result, being home alone with his thoughts and feelings, your teen may experience stress. And that stress can lead him to reach for a ... Read More

Tips to Keep Your Child Safe Online

Children may be at a much higher risk of becoming victims of Internet crimes than most parents realize. While online computer exploration opens a world of possibilities for children, it can also open the door to dangerous sexual predators, cyberbullying, and sometimes even financial and legal ... Read More

5 Helpful Study Habits

Another school year is upon us, and that means the dreaded “H” word for many families: homework. Does your child find it difficult to complete homework assignments? Is it a daily battle between you and your child to even start on homework? If so, know that you are not alone. However, homework ... Read More

Tips for Back to School Prep

Your child takes her cues from you, her parent. If you are calm, reassuring, optimistic, and supportive, your child will feel both confident and competent. At the start of any school year, your child may experience separation anxiety – and so, too, may you. Therefore, it is so important for you ... Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Meditation

Now is a wonderful time to begin the practice of meditation, if you have not already incorporated meditation into your life. Meditation is one easy way to combat the effects of daily stress, and take back control of your health. Just 20 minutes a day can reduce stress and help your brain to ... Read More