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Get Ready For Orlando Summer Social Skills Camps for ADHD and ASD!

By |March 30th, 2016|ADHD, Anger, Anger Management - Child or Adolescents, Anxiety, Aspergers, Autism, Blog, Bullying, Children, Defiance, Family, Jim West, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, Resolve Conflict, Social Skills, Social Skills Group Curriculum, Summer Camps, Teens, Treatment Alternatives, Updates|

Get Ready For Summer Social Skills Camps Orlando Florida FL Summertime is the perfect time to help your child improve his or her social skills in preparation for the upcoming school year.  Does your child try too hard to make friends laugh, even at his own expense? Do you find your daughter isolated or withdrawing

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Barbie 2.0 Curvy, Tall and Petite: 3 Lesson Barbie Teaches Girls About Self-Esteem | Lake Mary Self Esteem Therapy

By |January 29th, 2016|Blog, Children, Cutting, Eating Disorders, Family, Lyris Steuber, Parenting, Self Esteem, Updates, Womens Issues|

Barbie 2.0 Curvy, Tall & Petite: 3 Lesson Barbie Teaches Girls About Self-Esteem | Lake Mary Self Esteem Counselor On Thursday Barbie’s manufacturer, Mattell, announced that they will be ending a 56 year-old tradition of their just one size Barbie Dolls and will now be replacing it with dolls that are more realistic and proportionate

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens: 4 Life Lessons for Kids and Teens (SPOILERS ALERT)! | Lake Mary Child Counselor

By |December 23rd, 2015|Anger Management - Child or Adolescents, Blog, Bullying, Bullying in the School, Bullying in the School, Children, Conflict Resolution & Repair Relationships, Lyris Steuber, Media, Parenting, Resolve Conflict, Self Esteem, Social Skills, Social Skills Group Curriculum, Teens, Updates|

Star Wars: The Force Awakens debuted at the box office this past weekend with a domestic opening total of $247 million, $610 million worldwide. It is poised to continue to shatter box office records this Christmas season. After high anticipation and long lines, many like myself were able to see this long awaited movie. Though

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Paris Terrorist Attacks: 5 Ways to Face Your Worst Fears | Lake Mary Trauma Therapist Counselor

By |November 16th, 2015|Adults, Anger, Anxiety, Children, Depression, Featured Article, Lyris Steuber, Parenting, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Updates|

Paris Terrorist Attacks: 5 Ways to Face Your Worst Fears This weekend 129 people were killed by terrorist attacks in Paris, France with 80 seriously injured. The certainty of whether other attacks are imminent either there or in our own homeland is unclear, however, we were still gripped by the same emotions we felt on

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4 Ways to Help Children Cope with Emotions Based on Pixar’s Movie “Inside Out” | Orlando Winter Park Counselor

By |July 30th, 2015|Adults, Anger, Children, Depression, Family, Grief, Mayeling Angelastro, Parenting, Relationships, Updates|

The movie "Inside Out" is based on 5 different emotions a person is faced with from birth and throughout childhood. The first emotion shown as a baby is joy, quickly followed by sadness. The movie continues to show how the other emotions appear as we witness Riley, the main character, engage in different life experiences.

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What are the Effects of Technology Electronics Addiction | 3 Tips to Safeguard your Child’s Future |Orlando Counselor

By |July 30th, 2015|ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, Blog, Children, Day Camps, Family, Gaming, Jada Jackson, Jim West, Parenting, Social Skills, Summer Camps, Teens, Updates|

There is much controversy regarding technology and its negative effects on children. Remember, television is relatively new in the grand scheme of time—our great grandparents’ generation grew up without it—and for the most part computer and video games were born in the 80s. Since the inception of modern technology, there is valid concern and skepticism