Orlando Grief Counselor offers Grieving Tips for Grey’s Anatomy – The Death of Derek Sheppard – Famously known for saying “It’s a beautiful day to save lives.” Derek Sheppard is a fictional character, but for a 11 years, millions of fans felt a connection to Derek Sheppard. For some people Patrick Dempsey’s characters demise has
Are Male Teen Athletes more likely to Abuse Girlfriends | University of Pittsburgh Study | Orlando Counselor Jim West
Violent sports and dating abuse documented among college athletes and the this study sought out to see if there was the same correlation with high school athletes and the results were very interesting. The study looked at 16 California High Schools and surveyed 1,648 male students.
The study found “hyper masculine” students seem to be drawn
Wesley Chapel Movie Theatre Shooting over Texting Curtis Reeves | Tips on How to express your concerns assertively | Channel 13 Orlando Counselor Dana West
Tragedy struck a Tampa movie theater when 71-year-old Curtis Reeves got into an argument with another moviegoer over texting. The two men exchanged words that gradually became more heated and Reeves felt something hit his face. It was alleged that Chad Oulson threw popcorn at Reeves. Police reported, Reeves, who minutes earlier had gone to
Orlando ADHD Counseling Expert Jim West, MA, LMHC interviewed by Fox 35 | ADHD linked to High Fat Diet? | University of Illinois
Food for Thought: Another study linking proving that how we eat effects how we think! There was a recent study published in Psychoneuroendocrinology Journal February 2013 indicating a possible link to high fat diets
9 Parent tips to talk to your kids after a school shooting | Newton Connecticut | Orlando Child Counselor Jim West
While the details are unraveling about the school shooting in Newton, Connecticut parents around the country are wondering what to say to their kids to make them feel safe at school. So what can parents say to their kids to make them feel safe?
9 Parent Tips to Talk to your Kids after a School Shooting
“I don’t understand why my daughter is so depressed?
“Why is my son hanging out with negative influences?”
“Why does my daughter date idiots?”
“Why does my son have such low self esteem?”
If you hear yourself or other parents asking these questions it might be the “dad effect!”
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