“You’re stupid!” as a young child in day care cowers in the corner. “Nobody likes you!” followed by kicking and hitting by an older child trying to show he is tough and in control! Sound strange or unreal for kids ages 3-5 years old? Well it’s happening more over the past two years with the
By Jim West|2014-12-29T04:23:33+00:00September 23rd, 2010|
What is Hazing and Tips to Prevent it in your School!
Darrion Denson reportedly was told by his coach to walk into the Dr. Phillips High School Senior locker room to get a pair of pants. He reports that 5 football players beat him until he was unconscious and when he woke up he found himself
Parents Going from “Idol to Idiot!” – Middle School Transition Tips | Orlando Teen Counselor Therapist
By Jim West|2015-01-04T01:29:43+00:00August 9th, 2010|
Going from “Idol to Idiot” in the eyes of their Middle Schooler!
It is this battlefield of questions that we leave our children to face their own fears, tackle their own obstacles and to become their own person; and all too often it is with our regret that we have not prepared them for this fight.
By Jim West|2015-01-04T01:36:42+00:00August 6th, 2010|
Orlando ADHD & ASD Counseling Expert Jim West Adventure Based Camp to Accelerate Social Skills Development
“I was first!” “You are doing it wrong!” “I want to go next!” “Can I be first!” These are a few statements from students that most likely exhibit leadership skills. They are often told to go to the end of
Teaching Leadership to learn Social Skills in Orlando | ADHD & ASD Counseling Orlando Expert Jim West
By Jim West|2015-01-04T01:45:43+00:00July 20th, 2010|
Orlando ADHD & ASD Counseling Expert Jim West teachers Leadership to students to learn Social Skills
Have you ever seen a Leader without Followers?
“I was first!” “You are doing it wrong!” “I want to go next!” “Can I be first!” These are a few statements from students that most likely exhibit leadership skills. They are often
By Jada Jackson|2015-01-04T03:10:32+00:00March 23rd, 2010|
Orlando Bully Counselor Therapist
Can’t we all just get along? The answer seems to be, “no,” especially among adolescent girls. We have all heard that girls are meaner than boys, but some studies report that girls are simply more “aggressive” indirectly. Psychiatrists call it “indirect aggression.”
What is indirect aggression?
Indirect aggression is also called “social” aggression. When