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  • Couple and marriage issues like communication, infidelity, shift work schedules common with the oil industry, and addiction.
  • Individual issues like depression, anxiety, and bipolar.
  • Family issues like life transitions, launching older teens and adult children, addiction, and ex-pat transitions.

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Adjusting to a New School: Anxiety and Making Friends

August 31st, 2015

In this uncertain economy, relocating is usually accepted by the grateful job hunter as just a part of the job description. The impact on the children cannot be minimized, however, and children will process the event in their own way … Continue reading

3 Things You Might Not Know About the LPC Board and Supervision

August 28th, 2015

1. Supervisors are responsible for mailing site changes and supervision changes to the board. Rule 681.91 (k): “A Supervisor must submit the change of site/supervision form into the board office for approval before commencing supervision at a new site or with … Continue reading

Children with Special Educational Needs: A Guide for Newcomers and Ex-Pats

August 23rd, 2015

This article by therapist Jason Davis was originally posted in 2012 but it contains great info parents can use now. Parents who have concerns about a child’s academic or behavioral progress turn to schools to help them determine what … Continue reading

Taking Your Stuff [disability, addiction, anxiety, etc.] to College Part 2

August 17th, 2015

When a child has struggled with issues such as eating disorders, cutting, and substance abuse, it’s important to think ahead before they go off to college. Last week I wrote about the services that are available at most colleges and … Continue reading

Taking Your Stuff [disability, addiction, anxiety, etc.] to College

August 10th, 2015

This month is all about ways you can help your child transition successfully to higher education and independence. My last article discussed helping your child make the transition, and this week I’m going over the services that are available at … Continue reading

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