Occasionally I am asked what is the youngest child I have ever seen for therapy. Answer: 14-months-old. Technically the sessions were mainly parent sessions (where I provide education, training, and feedback to the parent(s) of the child). So in terms of one-on-one, I have worked with kids as young as 18-months-old. You are probably wondering… Continue reading #Blogtober17 Day 2: “Babies”
I have never taken part in a blog challenge before and I am not quite sure why I am driven toward the Blogtober17 challenge by Mandi Morrison (@hexmumblog). Maybe it is because the writing prompts are pretty straight forward and open-ended enough to be appealing. Before I jump into today's challenge ("All About You'), I… Continue reading #Blogtober17: “All About You”
Four steps to help someone struggling with harmful thoughts.
Trending on Twitter Moments is a discussion on depression. This Moment was set in motion by a tweet from Andrew Tate (@Cobratate ) a former kickboxing champion, who seemed to be contending depression is the result of laziness. Enter Josh Peterson (@jdpeterson). He responded with facts about depression. Check out the conversation here: "Debunking the… Continue reading Trending
Yup, I'm starting my July mental health series with water. Good old, bland, water. We need it. Our bodies are 60-70% water. Dehydration can begin before you start to feel thirsty. Symptoms include: dizziness, headache, irritability, and delirium (in more extreme cases). How can you expect to get your mental health in line if you… Continue reading Starting off Fresh with Water