Anger Management – Child or Adolescents

Not Guilty? Get Over It! | Tips on How to Forgive Casey Anthony

Can we get over it? Can we forgive?

The controversy of the Casey Anthony trial has caused a plethora of reactions over the course of three years. The trial is over, however, emotions are still raging. As we process moments of confusion, uncertainty, and anger, another thought comes to mind: Can we forgive? The social […]

Can America Find Closure for Caylee? | 3 Tips to Cope with Grief | Caylee’s Law

Can America Find Closure for Caylee? | 3 Tips to Cope with Grief and Tragedy

Mourning the loss of a child is a burden that no parent should have to bare. Although Casey Anthony was found not guilty of the murder of her two-year-old daughter.  Americans across the country are angry at the loss of […]

Orlando Counselor Expert on 5 Behaviors from Video Games and Gaming Addiction?

Orlando Counselor | 5 Behaviors from Video Games and Gaming Addiction | Counseling offices Lake Mary, Clermont, Winter Park, Orlando

“It is just a game!”  Is this a common response from your children when you question the violent content of their video games? It is possible that children, teens and adults can be negatively impacted by […]

Mean Girls, Slumber Parties, & Suicide Pacts | 3 Tips to help Parents Understand Bullying

Mean Girls, Slumber Parties, and Suicide/3 Tips to Help Parents Understand Bullying

Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Indirect Aggression may provoke adolescents to suicide if not addressed in time.

On April 16, 2011, a slumber party in Minnesota became national news when eighth graders Haylee Fentress and Paige Moravetz were found hanging in the home of Tracy Morrison, […]

Parents Solutions for Oppositional Defiant Students

“If you say that one more time I am going to slap you” and as this mother was telling me the story, I immediately knew the outcome as she recalls the story over the weekend in a restaurant. Whenever a threat is made between a parent and Oppositional student it’s like issuing a challenge […]

4 Reasons Babies Bully & What to Do?

“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 […]