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Lake Mary Florida Child Therapist and Teen Counselor on 5 Back to School Tips for Being Cool | Lyris Steuber, MS, LMFT

By |August 1st, 2014|Blog, Bullying in the School, Bullying in the School, Bullying Tips | Parents & Students, Children, Dance Camps, Day Camps, Family, Horse Camps, Lyris Steuber, Parenting, Self Esteem, Social Skills, Social Skills Group Curriculum, Summer Camps, Updates|

Summer is done and back to school is almost here. For parents it might feel like a sigh of relief and for kids a sigh of resignation. Whether your child is a new or a returning student this year all kids want to be cool. Being cool doesn’t necessarily mean being popular. It’s about being

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Orlando Counselor | 4 Tips to Reduce Social Bullying | Whitney Kropp | Lindsay Lohan | Mean Girls

By |October 24th, 2012|Adults, Blog, Bullying, Bullying in the School, Bullying in the School, Bullying Tips | Parents & Students, Cyber Bullying, Family, Leslie Hamilton, Parenting, Resolve Conflict, Social Skills, Social Skills Group Curriculum, Stressless, Teens|

The behavior we are referring to in this incident, is social bullying. Social bullying is a form of bullying that involves teasing someone because of their appearance, spreading lies or rumors, ignoring or even rejecting someone. Social bullying is much more insidious and difficult for teachers and parents to pick up on, and all too

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Orlando Family Counselor | 4 Fathering Tips for the School Year | Connecting with your Son |Fox 35 Interview

By |October 22nd, 2012|Anxiety, Career, Children, Family, Matthew Martin, Parenting, Relationships, Social Skills, Teens, Updates|

Just like every school year, a new set of challenges is presented before him.  With these challenges comes both stress and excitement.  Do you remember your first day of class?  Maybe you were like me and unable to sleep.  The first day is usually fun, with everyone running on adrenaline from seeing good friends after

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Is Your Toddler a Bully? | Preschool Bullies Channel 13 | 7 Tips for Parents | Orlando Counselor

By |September 28th, 2012|Anger Management - Child or Adolescents, Blog, Bullying, Bullying in the School, Bullying in the School, Bullying Tips | Parents & Students, Children, Cyber Bullying, Defiance, Family, Jada Jackson, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, Parenting, Social Skills, Stressless|

Is Your Toddler a Bully? | Preschool Bullies Channel 13 | 7 Tips for Parents Could your toddler be a bully-in-training? Television shows like Toddlers & Tiaras show preschool aged girls hitting and bullying each other and their parents. Behavior that typically may be identified as bullying for older children may be excused as appropriate

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Scrabble Tournament Cheating | Why Children Cheat | Orlando Family Therapist | 4 Tips for Parents

By |September 28th, 2012|Adults, Anxiety, Blog, Children, Conflict Resolution & Repair Relationships, Family, Jada Jackson, Parenting, Resolve Conflict, Social Skills, Teens, Updates|

Scrabble Tournament Cheating | Why Children Cheat | Tips for Parents When the NY Times ran the story about the 13-year-old Scrabble player cheated in the National Scrabble Championship, the nation immediately asked the question, “What would cause a child to cheat?” There suggestions that parents must have added an extreme amount of pressure. Others

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The Dad Effect on Teen Self Esteem | Penn State Study | Orlando Family Counselor Jim West

By |August 30th, 2012|Addictions, Adults, Blog, Children, Dating, Depression, Family, Jim West, Parenting, Relationships, Self Esteem, Social Skills, Stressless, Teens|

"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!" More Videos on This Topic