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Play therapy: How it benefits adolescent trauma
  Play therapy: How it benefits adolescent trauma
Posted inTrauma and Abuse

When it comes to expressive arts therapies, a parent is given a wide range of options if they are looking for help for their child. One particular therapy that a parent may want to consider is play therapy. While this may sounds odd, it is a highly effective form of therapy for children and young […]

Share new and old holiday traditions with foster children and teens
  Share new and old holiday traditions with foster children and teens
Posted inMental Health

Being a foster parent can bring about a unique set of responsibilities in ensuring that a foster child experiences a pleasant and enjoyable holiday season this year. Of course, that child or teen may often be dealing with emotionally stressful circumstances on a personal level. This is a chance to give them a sense of […]

NFL team helps fight teen substance abuse
  NFL team helps fight teen substance abuse
Posted inSubstance Abuse

Many Americans, including young teens and adolescents, are fans of one or more sports, such as football, soccer, baseball and others. Knowing how influential sports can be on people, especially on young viewers, it can be disconcerting to know that multiple sports players abuse drugs and alcohol. In 2002, a former professional baseball player estimated […]

Children with college educated parents are less likely to consume alcohol, marijuana
  Children with college educated parents are less likely to consume alcohol, marijuana
Posted inSubstance Abuse

How much influence do parents have on their kids? More than some might think. Your education level can reflect on your kid’s education. Just the same your past drug usage could also determine whether or not your son or daughter uses drugs. On the opposite end of things, studies have found that children with two […]

Favoritism amid families shows connection to drug and alcohol use in less-favored children
  Favoritism amid families shows connection to drug and alcohol use in less-favored children
Posted inSubstance Abuse

Most parents are lucky enough to raise more than one happy and healthy child; though not many aspire to be on “19 Kids and Counting.” These parents know how important it is to pay attention to the health and well-being of each of their children. Praise and discipline are two sides of the same coin […]

Hobbies like crocheting help manage bipolar and other mental health disorders
  Hobbies like crocheting help manage bipolar and other mental health disorders
Posted inMental Health

Most people know that the process of crocheting or knitting can be therapeutic. What they may not realize is just how helpful it can be to a person’s mental health, especially if they are dealing with bipolar disorder. For a person with bipolar disorder, crocheting can present several benefits that target each phase of the […]

Dealing with divorce during the holidays
  Dealing with divorce during the holidays
Posted inMental Health

The holidays are traditionally known to be a time to spend with family. However, if a family is in the midst of a divorce, then this is also often a transitional time for both parents and children alike. If this is the first holiday season following such a spousal decision to separate and divorce, then […]

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