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Orlando Social Skills Group Counseling & Camps | Quick Tips to Teach Social Skills to Shy Students

By |August 1st, 2008|

Orlando Social Skills Group Counseling and Camp Counselor offers tips for teaching social skills to shy children and teens.

First, we teach the importance of Eye Contact as that communicates confidence, and makes the student less of a target for bullies.
Second, we walk thru the process of approaching someone with eye contact and a firm

Orlando Counselor on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Signs and Symptoms

By |July 17th, 2008|

Orlando Counselor offers information on the signs and symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Over 6.6 million people (one out of every 40 people) suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCS). This disorder often begins at times of emotional stress, major life transitions, health problems, and events representing new levels of responsibility. OCD is a very time-consuming

Breaking Free From Obsessions | Orlando Counselor on Anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder OCD

By |July 10th, 2008|

Orlando Counselor offers tips on Anxiety and OCD and Breaking free from Obsessions

“I don’t believe life can be any different. I’m ready to give up I’ve been fighting this thing so long. Do you really think things can change?” These are statements that I often hear when a client first comes to talk about their

Lake Mary Family Counselor on Four Financial Facts of Life to Teach Children

By |June 30th, 2008|

Lake Mary Family Counselor gives Four Financial Facts of Life to Teach Children and teaching millennial the value of a buck! Mommy I want that new video game! Dad I want the new I-Phone! Grandma I want the new Mac Book! Most parents have heard some variation of the above statements. Parents usually are the primary

Orlando Counselor on how Childhood Sexual Abuse Colors The World Dark

By |May 1st, 2008|

Orlando sexual abuse trauma counselor offers advice on how sexual abuse untreated effects the future of abuse victims.  Childhood sexual abuse has only become a societal issue in the past several decades. Consequently there is a lack of research, much of which began in the 1980’s. Finkelhor and Brown (1986) defined sexual abuse as any

Orlando PTSD Counselor | Man’s Best Friend or Foe | Dog Bites create Physical and Psychological Trauma

By |May 1st, 2008|

Orlando PTSD counselor offers research about the physical and psychological effects of dog attacks.  Cartoons represent dog bites as silly, seemingly harmless events. The truth is far more serious. A large percentage of dog attacks leave their victims with debilitating scars, both physical and psychological. The sound of dogs barking or even venturing outdoors can