Written by a family physician, this book offers tips on healthy eating and lifestyle; practical suggestions on teaching children how to eat for life; and how to find help for your overweight child. Includes a section on parenting your sexually active child. Offers parents strategies for helping their autistic adolescents of various ability levels, focusing on how to prepare them for adulthood. Great section that outlines step-by-step how to talk to your kids about difficult subjects; parenting tips on limiting internet use; specific section on recommendations about internet use for kids with specific disorders, including autism spectrum, ADHD, etc. educational information about preventing bullying and a speakers list for presentations to groups, communities, schools, conferences, and the like.
Good resource on parenting techniques and childhood sexuality. Melton, Barbara and Shankle, Sue (Broadway Books, a division of Random House/Doubleday, 2007). Practice forms and handouts with a CD included for every form.
Practitioners from divergent theoretical orientations and work settings will find a plethora of innovative clinical interventions in this book.
Apparently an a platform for users to go wild with creativity and dramatize their true selves into cartoon-styled avatars.
It may sound like nothing much now, but when you actually download the app for yourself and play around with it, you might just get addicted.
It is the only organization dedicated solely to further the profession of clinical mental health counseling in SC — offers great monthly newsletter, free and reduced rate trainings, and more. An invaluable resource for grief counselors, group facilitators, and school personnel.
The acronym for this organization is SCALPC for the National Assn. $30 US / $32 CDN Creative Interventions for Children of Divorce By Liana Lowenstein An innovative collection of therapeutic games, art techniques, and stories to help children of divorce express feelings, deal with loyalty binds, disengage from parental conflict, address anger and self-blame, and learn coping strategies.
And then realize you may have to grow old with five Craigslist roommates. Also ALSO acceptable: converted screen-printing room. Ditto Delirium, Double Dutch, Edinburgh Castle, and Comet Club. End up having a private dance party in your living room/bedroom.
Pro tip: there’s a semi-secret back entrance usually reserved for girls.
which lists helping professionals across the nation for Liability/Malpractice coverage for clinicians us/POL/Counselors Website for the Board of Examiners for Licensure of Professional Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists and Psycho-Educational Specialists us/POL/Social Workers Website for the SC Board of Social Work Examiners us/POL/Psychology Website for the SC Board of Examiners in Psychology Anxiety Disorders: Everything you Need to Know. Creative, engaging exercises help clients address issues such as feelings, disclosure, self-blame, offenders, triggers, sexuality, safety, and self-esteem.
for Anorexia Nervosa and Related Eating Disorders, Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides information about all types of food and weight disorders; lots of great self-help tips and information about recovery and prevention.
org Website for American Psychological Association; includes a link to “Find a Psychologist” dedicated to helping people find the “right” therapist for their specific needs. Another great nutritional book that helps with an anti-depression diet. Activities address a range of issues, including feelings expression, social skills, self-esteem, and termination, and can be used in individual, group, or family sessions.
for American Counseling Association; includes a section on “How to find a counselor in your area”. A “must have” for practitioners seeking to add creative interventions to their repertoires. ) US / CDN Creative Interventions for Bereaved Children By Liana Lowenstein A creative compilation of activities to help bereaved children express feelings of grief, diffuse traumatic reminders, address self-blame, commemorate the deceased, and learn coping strategies.
If you take a good look around you, the Internet is still being flooded with users trying to upload or share the best photo of themselves.