Monthly Archives: October 2018

Resources on Self Defense

RESOURCES ON SELF DEFENSE We’ve worked with two organizations over the years for self defense training. We’re providing information about both of them here to help you select the one to best meet your training needs. These courses will help you build awareness, assertiveness, and physical technique for self defense. IMPACT: Recommended by our friend

The Science Behind Why Women May Not Report Sexual Assault

THE SCIENCE BEHIND WHY WOMEN MAY NOT REPORT SEXUAL ASSAULT A Message from the President of APA, Dr. Jessica Henderson Daniel Traumatic memories stored differently in the brain, according to psychological research WASHINGTON — Following is a statement by Jessica Henderson Daniel, PhD, president of the American Psychological Association, regarding what the scientific research says

Talking About Sexual Assault with Children and Teens

TALKING ABOUT SEXUAL ASSAULT WITH CHILDREN AND TEENS The political events of the last few weeks have focused our national, neighborhood, and family conversations on sexual assault, abuse and harassment. Wherever you find yourself on the political spectrum, many report that this is an emotionally grueling time. It has been particularly triggering for those who have experienced

Fun Art and Science Projects with Halloween Candy!

Delight your Children with Art and Science Projects using Halloween Candy!   Halloween is here – a time of ghosts, goblins, and…..CANDY! Do you dread arguing with your children about candy limits? Well, I have great news. There are fun and creative activities you can do with candy – including projects to engage your kids in art

Cutting and Self-Harm Resources

Check out our list of resources related to self-injury:   Kids and Self-Injury: What Parents Need to Know Source: Nationwide Children’s Hospital This article helps to answer questions related to what self-injury is, why people self-injure, its relation to suicidal behavior, signs to look for, how it’s treated and recovery.   Information For Parents: What You

Pain Management Resources

Check out this list of resources on pain management:   Support Organization: American Chronic Pain Association   Articles: Tips for Parenting a Child With Chronic Pain Managing Chronic Pain: How Psychologists Can Help with Pain Management   Websites: Growing Pains: For Teens Living with Pain Pain Management for Teens More Teen Pain Help – more

Understanding Pain and the Brain

Understanding Pain and the Brain: Increase comfort with the help of these videos and resources for children and adults Video Resources on Pain Management: For children and teens, this illustrated video project was directed by colleague Dr. Jody Thomas. In her words, the video You Are The Boss Of Your Brain is “about how kids

13 Questions to Ask a Potential Therapist

When you are considering therapy for your child or teen, you may wonder how to begin your search for a therapist. Get a recommendation:  Word of mouth is often an excellent way to obtain a recommendation. Pediatricians, school counselors, pastors, rabbis, and friends may be a source of information about local therapists. Some parents prefer

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