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Why and How Children of Divorced Parents Should Receive Counseling – Part 2

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In Part 1 of this two-part series, I discussed the critically practical effects of counseling for children of divorce, even when that divorce is seemingly harmonious.  I have received very positive feedback from parents, pediatricians, attorneys, and fellow mental health … Continue reading

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Why and How Children of Divorced Parents Should Receive Counseling – Part 1

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Part 1 Focus: bullet point list of practical uses of counseling for children of divorce Part 2 Focus (next week): bullet point list of agreements divorcing parents should make to protect the sanctity of the counseling process for the child … Continue reading

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10 Effective parental steps to take amidst the recent tidal wave of sexual abuse allegations

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The title wave of news reports regarding sexual abuse is stomach churning.  Even more sickening is the fact that people in so-called helping professions (i.e., doctors) can use the trust given to them to abuse children.  Some of us would … Continue reading

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