Jun 11th, 2011
Hypnosis is being used to help kids to overcome anxieties, fears, phobias and for behavioural and health problems that can affect them as they grow.
Jun 9th, 2011
Studying can be painful especially when you have tons of assignments to do. Here are some tips on how to help your kids and make their homework easier.
Jun 3rd, 2011
We all want our kids to grow. So what should we do to help our kids grow out of their comfort zone? These simple steps will set your child on a lifelong path of doing what it takes to grow and flourish.
Apr 18th, 2011
Children, at very young ages, have to deal with feelings of anger and rage. An inability to resolve anger issues in children will likely encourage a pattern of anger throughout their teenage years and into adulthood.
Mar 28th, 2011
The compassionate mind training is done by having each participant imagine their own perfect compassionate person. Imagine if our kids were able to practice this compassionate mind therapy on themselves whenever they were in a stressful situation. They would always be level-headed and thinking straight.
Mar 11th, 2011
It is common for parents to be a little confused when it comes to deciding how much is too much with reference to after school activities. But, too much fun can also make a child sick. Here is a simple guide that will help you decide how much is too much for your child.
Mar 3rd, 2011
If your child has developed problem solving skills but lost access to them because they are depressed periodically, you have to help them regain access to those skills. In Part II of James Lehman, MSW’s series on episodic childhood depression, he’ll discuss concrete ways you can teach your child coping skills.
Mar 2nd, 2011
In part one of a two part series by James Lehman, MSW, on kids and episodic depression, he explains that when your child is depressed, their coping skills have collapsed. Kids often don’t have the skills to handle their overwhelming emotions, but as parents, we can help coach them through the tough times and teach them coping skills.
Feb 26th, 2011
With the rate of divorce and separation increasing in Indian families, children going through a family separation often feel they have no control in any area of their life and need a safe place to work through their emotions. Here are 5 tips for parents to help their child cope with this difficult time of change and upheaval.