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Parenting Skills-Part 4 Is it Time for a Time-Out?

2019-07-15T07:59:26-06:00

Welcome back to the fourth and final installment of this series discussing parenting and children's behavior. The first installment discussed why it is helpful to make this change and provided ways to provide more of that positive attention. The second installment discussed how to combine active ignoring with positive attention to replace unwanted behaviors with [...]

Parenting Skills-Part 4 Is it Time for a Time-Out?2019-07-15T07:59:26-06:00

Prevent Injuries By Practicing Safety First

2019-07-05T11:19:08-06:00

To help raise safety awareness, this article will discuss safety topics and concerns as they apply to children and adolescents. Awareness efforts often focus on ways to reduce unintentional injury. These efforts are important for children as well. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), unintentional injury is the leading [...]

Prevent Injuries By Practicing Safety First2019-07-05T11:19:08-06:00

What you need to know about PTSD

2019-06-18T11:22:53-06:00

What you need to know about PTSD June is post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) awareness month. To help raise awareness for PTSD, this article will discuss what PTSD is, associated symptoms, and common evidence-based treatments, with a particular focus on PTSD in children and adolescents. The following symptoms are characteristic of PTSD. Except [...]

What you need to know about PTSD2019-06-18T11:22:53-06:00

What is Depression and What Does it Look Like?

2019-06-18T11:35:07-06:00

What is Depression? And What Does it Look Like in Children? This article will briefly explore one of the more common mental health concerns for children today – depression. According to the CDC, approximately 3.2% (1.9 million) of children aged 3-17 have been diagnosed with depression. That makes depression an important area for [...]

What is Depression and What Does it Look Like?2019-06-18T11:35:07-06:00

What you Need to Know About Children's Mental Health

2019-06-18T11:45:36-06:00

What You Need To Know About Children's Mental Health May is National Mental Health Month, which means that many relevant organizations focus on increasing awareness of various important facets of mental health through media, events, services, etc. The purpose of this article is to embrace National Mental Health Month by attempting to [...]

What you Need to Know About Children's Mental Health2019-06-18T11:45:36-06:00

Parenting Skills- Part 3 Ways to Talk to Kids That Increase Compliance

2019-06-18T10:14:46-06:00

Parenting Skills- Part 3 Ways to Talk to Kids That Increase Compliance Welcome back! I hope all readers of this series have been trying these skills and finding some improvements in child behavior by providing more positive attention to desirable behaviors and reducing attention given to undesirable behaviors. The first installment discussed [...]

Parenting Skills- Part 3 Ways to Talk to Kids That Increase Compliance2019-06-18T10:14:46-06:00

Parenting Skills-Part 2 How to Reduce Unwanted Behaviors by Removing Attention

2019-06-18T11:12:51-06:00

Parenting Skills-Part 2 How to Reduce Unwanted Behaviors by Removing Attention The first installment of this series discussed the benefits of flipping the balance of the attention we provide our children, trying to provide more positive attention for the desirable behaviors they perform and giving them less attention for the undesirable behaviors [...]

Parenting Skills-Part 2 How to Reduce Unwanted Behaviors by Removing Attention2019-06-18T11:12:51-06:00

Parenting Skills- Part 1: How to Increase Good Behavior With Words Alone

2019-04-25T10:26:39-06:00

Parents of young children get many demands for their attention. Life is busy for parents, trying to manage work responsibilities, home responsibilities, and caring for children. During all of that, children are making constant bids for parents’ attention. Children want parents and adults to play with them, watch them play, etc., and they will do [...]

Parenting Skills- Part 1: How to Increase Good Behavior With Words Alone2019-04-25T10:26:39-06:00

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