Franklin Lakes child counselor

Franklin Lakes Child Counselor

Child therapy in Franklin Lakes Being a child and growing up is not easy. Learning to operate in a social environment can be stressful for the young child, navigating the restrictions of society, personalities of peers, wishes of their parents, teachers and compromising their own wants and needs to meet all these other considerations is often overwhelming. When they become too overwhelming and begin to affect the child’s happiness and ability to operate our Franklin Lakes child counselor at Mars & Venus is ready to help. We’ve been aiding children and families as they face the many difficult problems associated with growth, behavior and relationship development. Our Franklin Lakes child

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Fighting and Conflict in Front of the Kids – Bergen County

Fighting and Conflict in Front of the Kids Kids model themselves after the important adults in their lives, their parents. They learn to imitate adult behavior, model what it means to be a man or a woman, and learn about relationships between men and women. When parents respect and value each other, their children learn about equality in relationships. There is no such thing as a conflict-free marriage. Parents will argue and disagree, but when parents often argue heatedly and are disrespectful to each other, they teach their children undesirable lessons. Angry voices, negative facial expressions, constant yelling, and hurtfulness toward one another teach kids how to be hostile. Sometimes

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Family therapist in Ramsey

Ramsey Beating the Post-Vacation Blues

Beating the Post-Vacation Blues by Morrisa Drobnick, LCSW, staff writer and advice columnist of “KIDS Magazine” So long, Summertime. Good-bye swim clubs, beaches, lakes, and camps! Farewell to fun. Parents and kids alike have a tough time re-adjusting to the real-life demands of school and work. The problems of re-entry take on many forms, depending on the length of the vacation, the ages of the kids, and whether or not both parents work outside the home. Some people resist the change of pace. People have to deal with having their time tightly structured once more. When vacation ends, kids have to be more disciplined and that creates certain tensions in

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