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How to Lower Your Child’s Risk for Addiction

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How to Lower Your Child’s Risk for Addiction

I wanted Finn to be able to talk to me about all his fears and anxiety around the move, and I knew that self-efficacy could help with that, too. It promotes open parent-child communication while helping kids resist peer pressure both […]

How Staying Physically Fit May Help Kids’ Executive Functions

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How Staying Physically Fit May Help Kids’ Executive Functions

New research suggests that staying physically fit may improve kids’ academic performance by boosting cognitive flexibility, which indirectly benefits overall executive functions.

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Why Won’t Your Kid Get Out Of Bed And Go To School?

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Why Won't Your Kid Get Out Of Bed And Go To School?

When kids who are anxious about school convince their parents to let them start missing it, it only gets worse. But a model of the nervous system can help desperate their parents.

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The Big Challenge: Jumping From Adolescence Into Adulthood!

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The Big Challenge: Jumping From Adolescence Into Adulthood!

We now know that adolescents do not become full-fledged adults at age 18, they first have to successfully navigate a new stage of development called “emerging adulthood”.

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4 Tips for Handling Common Parenting Difficulties

By |2021-04-11T09:23:25-07:00April 7th, 2021|Categories: Behavioral Health, cfgctips, Crisis, Diagnosis, Emotional Health, Exercise, Health Information, Information, Inspiration, Medication, Nutrition, Parenting Tips, Resources, Trauma|Tags: , |

4 Tips for Handling Common Parenting Difficulties

There’s no perfect manual to teach you how to best raise your children, but here are a few tips to navigate parenting throughout each developmental stage in your child’s life.

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How to Spot Depression in Young Children

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How to Spot Depression in Young Children

When parents bring their children in for medical care these days, there is no such thing as a casual, “Hey, how’s it going?” We doctors walk into every exam room prepared to hear a story of sadness and stress, or at the […]

Are Spring Sports Safe for Kids?

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Are Spring Sports Safe for Kids?

“Parents are entrusting me with their children,” said Lindsay Kauffman, Girls Unite’s founding director. “It’s absolutely my responsibility above and beyond any game to make sure their kids are happy and healthy.”

In Frisco, Texas, on the other hand, a Little League game looks […]

What the Scientific Method and Play Therapy Have in Common

By |2021-04-10T21:03:24-07:00April 7th, 2021|Categories: cfgctips, Crisis, Diagnosis, Emotional Health, Exercise, Health Information, Information, Inspiration, Medication, Nutrition, Parenting Tips, Resources, Trauma|Tags: , |

What the Scientific Method and Play Therapy Have in Common

Many do not realize that “the scientific method,” as we know it today, came from studies of children at play.

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How to Prepare Your Child for a Successful Return to School

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How to Prepare Your Child for a Successful Return to School

Take a deep breath and remind yourself, “My child can do hard things, with enough support.” And so can you.

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