Psychological testing, which used to be extremely time-consuming and costly, has entered the digital age. Interactive testing via iPad is now available and is often covered by health insurance.
At first, both Ashley and Denise seemed to have too much animosity toward one another to communicate well during therapy sessions. In therapy, Ashley learned that she could turn to her mom for support in times of distress. … More It’s Not Easy Being Thirteen: Family Therapy for a Mother and Daughter
“Drugs and alcohol don’t discriminate,” says Vanessa Walker, a therapist at Psych Choices with years of experience working with young people. “It’s a way to socialize,” and may sometimes ease the way for kids who have difficulty making friends. … More Drinking, Drugs, and Your Teenage Child
Is ADHD a disorder, or simply a set of traits that don’t match well with the demands of school and work? One “treatment” may be to help match the environment better to the individual. Medications may help people focus and think before they act; family therapy is often very helpful. … More Is ADHD really a “disorder”?
by Emily Kahn-Freedman, LMFT As a marriage and family therapist, I am often asked for suggestions about how to help children behave better . All parents struggle at times with how to help their children learn to cooperate, do their chores, stop fighting with their siblings, reduce whining or temper tantrums. In my years of … More Parenting 101: A Simple Guide to Child Behavior Management