Even the most normal end-of-summer weeks induce some anxiety in children. The Pandemic could magnify the experience much more for some, Is your child ready for the start of a new school year? Parents can help children with their back-to-school anxiety, but the process needs to start before school starts. Here’s more about this topic.
The term “intergenerational trauma” has recently appeared in the media following the discovery of mass graves on former residential school sites. It is very important for everyone, including non-Indigenous people, to understand what this term really means.
Internalized or externalized anger can create a significant negative impact on your life. Triggers from unaddressed childhood trauma can keep you from healthy relationships and harmonious living. Here is how psychotherapy can help transform your anger to address conflicts assertively.
Why is it that some relationships last decades while others barely make it to two years? Some couples thrive and grow together while others crash and burn. Marriage and other forms of committed relationships bring great joy but they can also be challenging to navigate. The duration of how long the relationship lasts often depends on how well couples manage the challenges.
Are you grappling with how to parent a depressed teenager? If so, you are not alone. The pandemic has created the perfect storm in many households leaving parents unsure of what to do. Here’s how you can help.