Tag Archives: parenting

Making a House a Home

Just Moved In Making a House a Home My husband and I just moved into our own home this summer!!! What an exciting and exhausting time. We went through many emotions as we settled into our Weaverville home. Moving can be a very stressful time for children and even teens. We become attached to our […]

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Back To School Tips

Back to School Top 5 Tips From Asheville Therapist to Get Your  Family Back in Routine: Let’s face it, trying to get back on the school schedule is challenging for you and your kids. Routinely, I am talking with families about how important it is to use a balanced structure at home. As a child counselor in […]

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Parenting Support

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Parenting Support HELP for PARENTS Mastering Their Skills!! You are the expert of yourself and family yet there are times in life it’s worth seeking professional support. Let’s face it, being a parent is the bravest commitment one can make. You give your heart and soul to your children and they light up your world. […]

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Child Anxiety and Fear Part 2

Child Anxiety and Fear Part 2 Welcome back! Last month I wrote about child anxiety and fear and how concerning this can be for many parents. Today we will take a closer look at how you, the parent, can help your child manage and cope with common symptoms of anxiety. Please note that these strategies […]

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Child Anxiety and Fear

Child Anxiety and Fear How Can Parents Help? Part One You are not alone if you have a child struggling from anxiety or fear! You may feel hopeless and confused as you try to help your child reduce their anxiety. Sometimes the strategies that once cured a nightmare are no longer effective. You have given […]

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