Jamey Rodemeyer was found dead in his yard September 18, 2011. Over the past year his mother reports he was questioning his sexuality. He was a victim of gay bashing, hateful slurs, and bullied at school and online through social media because he was gay. On the Today show his parents told Ann Curry, […]
Tips for Changing Schools and Social Adjustment | Back to School
Will I make friends as great as my old friend? Will I make friends at all? Who will I sit with at lunch? Will I connect with my teachers? Will my teachers like me? These questions are valid and parents can help resolve these […]
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, 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, […]
May is Mental Health Awareness month and just as “April showers” produce beautiful “May flowers”…Life’s painful tears can produce beautiful healing and growth through regular “Mental Health Check-ups.”
We all have a doctor we see regularly for annual physicals and those colds and minor illnesses that come up throughout the year. We religiously schedule our […]
Just Because You Haven’t, Doesn’t Mean You Can’t!
Just because you haven’t kept New Year’s Resolutions in the past, doesn’t mean you can’t keep them in 2011! Resolution means we are “resolving to change” and Change is difficult!
Don’t beat yourself up about the past and start out 2011 with the attitude that you can be […]