The Changing Role of the Father “You’ve come a long way Dad, and for the better”

2020-07-14T18:10:49+00:00

The Changing Role of the Father “You’ve come a long way Dad, and for the better” A few centuries ago, father’s roles were primarily to serve as the breadwinners, and the instructor of moral values. However, in the everchanging world due to economics, and there was a rise of industrialization and urbanization and factories emerged [...]

The Changing Role of the Father “You’ve come a long way Dad, and for the better”2020-07-14T18:10:49+00:00

Building Strong Families

2020-06-06T17:58:27+00:00

Building Strong Families What does the word family mean and how do we make strong families? The word family has changed over time.  Some people may think of family as their parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, and uncles. Others may expand the definition to close friends or neighbors. The constructs of a family are diverse. However, [...]

Building Strong Families2020-06-06T17:58:27+00:00

Supporting Your Children and Teens During COVID-19

2020-05-12T02:36:18+00:00

Supporting Your Children and Teens During COVID-19 We’re all aware that COVID-19 has changed our lives in many ways. The adjustment has been difficult for many of us. As adults, we have had to deal with the stresses of working from home or losing our jobs, trying to maintain our family’s physical safety, and managing [...]

Supporting Your Children and Teens During COVID-192020-05-12T02:36:18+00:00

What Children Can Do to Marriage

2020-03-03T23:51:17+00:00

See Mike Vaughn on Charlotte today speaking about what children can do to marriage. https://surehopecounseling.com/mike-vaughn-sexual-addiction-counselor/  

What Children Can Do to Marriage2020-03-03T23:51:17+00:00

My Teen is Being Bullied. What Do I Do?

2020-02-12T21:36:06+00:00

My Teen is Being Bullied. What Do I Do? Bullying is not a new topic of discussion. It continues to be a prominent problem amongst children and teenagers. Oftentimes, adults are not present when their child is being bullied, and can miss the signs that it is occurring. Moreover, as a parent, it can be [...]

My Teen is Being Bullied. What Do I Do?2020-02-12T21:36:06+00:00

Parenting with a Purpose – Modeling Self-Care

2018-07-17T13:43:05+00:00

Parenting with a Purpose – Modeling Self-Care We are celebrating Purposeful Parenting Month, and what a month of joy it is. We all know how significant the role of a parent is, and research tells us that the parent-child relationship paves the way for a child’s ability to choose relationships in adulthood. This week, we [...]

Parenting with a Purpose – Modeling Self-Care2018-07-17T13:43:05+00:00

Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week!

2018-05-12T01:30:06+00:00

Mental Health Begins in Childhood It’s National Children's Mental Health Awareness Week! If you’ve ever been to counseling before, you have probably learned that your childhood experiences have a significant impact on the way you are as an adult. Trauma, family interactions, genetics, etc. in childhood all are factors that “set the stage” for the [...]

Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week!2018-05-12T01:30:06+00:00

5 Ways to Support A Loved One With An Eating Disorder

2018-03-07T00:44:40+00:00

5 Ways to Support A Loved One With An Eating Disorder Welcome back to week two of Eating Disorder Awareness! Last week we explored various warning signs and symptoms of eating disorders and how they affect our loved ones. Maybe you’ve noticed those signs and symptoms growing in someone you love. It can be incredibly [...]

5 Ways to Support A Loved One With An Eating Disorder2018-03-07T00:44:40+00:00

Fostering Attachment Bonds – The Ties That Bind

2017-12-06T19:34:50+00:00

Fostering Attachment Bonds – The Ties That Bind Our lives in this day and age are often characterized by two contrasting issues: being over-connected (through social media and constant “online” presence) and under-connected (no real face time or genuine quality time spent with loved ones. Want to have a great relationship with your child and [...]

Fostering Attachment Bonds – The Ties That Bind2017-12-06T19:34:50+00:00

Life With ADHD

2017-11-02T13:58:36+00:00

Life With ADHD – The Child’s Mind Happy ADHD Awareness Month! It’s not uncommon for people to misuse the phrase “I’m ADHD” and for misdiagnoses to occur. ADHD can be particularly difficult to identify in children because of the symptom’s similarities with normal child developmental states, and are often mistaken for purely behavioral problems. In [...]

Life With ADHD2017-11-02T13:58:36+00:00