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Children Should Have a Dream

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Dreams Aren’t Just For Fairy Tales! Children burdened with anxiety are often not able to embrace the idea of having a dream.  For these children, dreams are seen as a source of stress and potential failure.  They may be receiving … Continue reading

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The Cure for Stuck

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As a therapist I often see children who are “stuck.”  These are children who are trapped in anger, rage, and depression.   When parents ask me what they can do, I often suggest a simple starting point.  “Play with your child.”  … Continue reading

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Boundary Psychology: Panic and Anxiety Attacks

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Why That Panic Attack Might Be Your Best Friend You’re driving along and it hits you, seemingly out of nowhere.  Shortness of breath, sweating, heart palpitations, fear that you are out of control and might crash at any moment.  Many … Continue reading

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