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A note from our therapist…

A note from our therapist…

When my teen gets up for a late breakfast, they glance at me while opening the fridge. “Did you hear about Colorado?” We look at each other for a moment longer. My teen is quite open about the community they are part of. From the Converse pride flag soles of their...

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Coping with LGBTQ+ Violence

Coping with LGBTQ+ Violence

We are beyond devastated and heartbroken by the shooting that occurred on Saturday night at Club Q, an LGBTQ+ club in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This atrocity occurred just hours before yesterday's Transgender Day of Remembrance, which honors those who have died as a...

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Bi-Weekly… But When? 

Bi-Weekly… But When? 

“The infrequency of sessions impacts momentum for change” Natori Walters After attending weekly sessions for some time, families, or even clients, may desire to make a change to bi-weekly. However, how early is too early to switch up the frequency of sessions? And...

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10 Common ADHD Symptoms

10 Common ADHD Symptoms

For several years now, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), has become a very controversial diagnosis. Many parents have different views on how to approach treatment, or they have trouble accepting that their child may be struggling with some of the...

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Books to Process Grief & Loss

Books to Process Grief & Loss

Books that Help Children Understand & Process Grief & Loss When loss occurs in a child’s life, it is no surprise that their grown-ups will face the following challenge: “How do you talk to a child about loss? Death? Grief?” These are topics that even we as...

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Parenting in the Aftermath

Parenting in the Aftermath

Highland Park July 4th Shooting  A few short weeks ago our community experienced a significant traumatic event. While enough time has passed for the news cycle to move on, we are still a community in need of healing. Whether you experienced the terror directly or...

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