I originally planned to write this blog on how parents and students can prepare for the “End of Year” activities. A major aspect of COVID-19 […]
Friends are important parts of our lives because we choose to interact with them. For children, making and having friends is probably the most valuable […]
In a previous blog, there was discussion related to “Alternatives to Time-Out” on how to effectively implement time out with children. In working with parents, […]
The world can seem like a scary place, especially when we are able to receive news updates almost instantaneously. It may be easier to distance […]
Sometimes parenting seems like we are herding cats. As parents though, teaching our child responsibility is one of the most important life skills. In fact, our “responsibility” as parents is to teach our child responsibility. Here are some strategies from Dr. Bianca Watkins to do just that.
Holidays can be a very stressful time of year. Sometimes it is shopping and holiday preparations. At other times, we dread interacting with certain relatives, especially during these politically divisive times. Here are some tips to help you to cope with holiday stress more effectively.
As the new Post-Doctoral Resident at the APACenter, I cannot help but think of how much my education has impacted my sense of well-being. When […]