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Kelly Recommends Reading…

Kelly Ford Recommends: Crazy Love-Leslie Morgan Steiner Cutting-Steven Levenkron How Can I Get Through To You?-Terrence Real The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog-Bruce D. Perry Overindulged Children: A Parent’s Guide to Mentoring-James Fogarty Freeing Your Child From Anxiety-Tamar Chansky, Ph.D The Five Love Languages-Gary D. Chapman Codependent No More-Melody Beattie The Connected Child-Karyn […]

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Debbie Recommends Reading…

Debbie Levinson Recommends: Walking on Eggshells-Jane Isay The Dance of anger-Harriet Lerner Tuesdays with Morrie-Mitch Albom Outgrowing the Pain-Eliana Gil The Road Less Traveled-M. Scott Peck When Bad Things Happen to Good People-Harold S. Kushner Homecoming: Reclaiming and Championing Your Inner Child-John Bradshaw Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man-Steve Harvey Think and Grow […]

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Antonio Recommends Reading…

Dr Antonio Salvat Recommends: The Happiness Trap – Russ Harris Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life – Stephen C. Hayes How Can I Forgive You– Janis Abrahms Spring How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About it – Patricia Love and Steven Stosny Parenting Your Anxious Child with Mindfulness and Acceptance – […]

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Elizabeth Recommends Reading…

Elizabeth Dubiel Recommends: Emotional Intelligence – Daniel Goleman Social Intelligence – Daniel Goleman Choice Theory – William Glasser Get Out of My Life, but First Can you Drive Me & Cheryl to the Mall – Anthony E. Wolf PhD The Marriage Clinic – John M. Gottman The Grieving Teen – Helen Fitzgerald Joshua – Joseph […]

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Kiersten Recommends Reading…

Kiersten Amport Recommends: The Primal Teen – Barbara Strauch The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself – Michael A. Singer The Explosive Child – Ross W. Greene The Narcissism Epidemic – Jean Twenge and W. Keith Campbell The Invisible Gorilla – Christopher F. Chabris and Daniel Simons The Man Who Couldn’t Stop – David Adam […]

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How Can I Get The Help I Need Without Feeling Worse About It?

Question: I’m in high school and everyone sees me as happy and perfect. Really, I have symptoms of an eating disorder, pretty bad self image and have cut in the past. I can’t tell anyone because I don’t want to let anyone down – especially my friends and family. How can I get the help […]

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Marilyn Recommends Reading…

Marilyn Andrew Recommends: The Me I Want to Be – John Ortberg 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens – Sean Covey Inside out and Outside In – Berzoff, Melano-Flanaghan & Herty The 5 Love Languages – Gary Chapman Crucial Conversations – Patterson, Grenny, McMillan & Switzler Boundaries – Henry Cloud Co-Dependent No More – Melody […]

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Lisa Recommends Reading…

Lisa Banner Recommends: Teens Who Hurt  – Hardy & Laszloffy Cutting – Steven Levenkron Recollections – Viktore E. Frankl 7 Days to Confidence – Rox Taylor Mindfulness and Psychotherapy – Germer, Siegel & Fulton The Bodacious Book of Succulence – Sark Coloring Your Prayers – Carolyn Manzi Theraplay – Jernberg & Booth On Grief and Grieving – […]

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What To Tell Our Kids About The Sandy Hook Shootings

In the aftermath of the horrific events that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School last week I felt it important to address how we as parents can help our kids process what happened to the 20 beautiful children and 6 teachers that lost their lives in this unimaginable tragedy. Our first instinct, as parents, […]

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Can you sign up or go to sessions on your own without being 18 years old?

Good question. In a nutshell, if you are under the age of 12 you must have parental consent to receive counseling services. If you are between the ages of 12-17 years old you can receive up to 5 counseling sessions before parental consent is legally required. The minor’s parents shall not be informed without the […]

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