Parents and providers often seek out ways to bring relief to the child. Sometimes, the world of mental health is very confusing and difficult to access, particularly for young children. The good news is that there is help AND effective treatments for young children with anxiety.
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Communication is difficult, and often very complex. Everyone has a slightly different style; some people are highly animated, while others are quiet and reserved. Some people tend to be very direct and clear about what they mean, and others use more subtle clues in their communication to get their meaning across. As we all try […]
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Audiobooks are helpful for many people, including struggling readers. This article provides a list of some of our favorite titles.
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Picking Summer Activities for Your Child Selecting summer activities for children, can be a daunting task for parents. It can be hard to know how to pick a program that is the right fit for your child. Here are some things to consider when planning your child’s summer. Ask Your Child It is really important […]
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Being a parent is a very tough job, arguably tougher than any other job you’ll have in your life! That job can become exponentially tougher when life circumstances come in and you find yourself parenting a child that is not biologically your own. Parenting under these circumstances typically happens through one of two ways Adoption This journey is different for everyone. Some families […]
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Snow day! Here in the Midwest, we are experiencing a record-breaking amount of school cancellations due to weather. It is fun to have an occasional random day to stay home and relax. However, weekly snow days – sometimes more than one per week – can make it difficult for children to be ready to learn […]
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When your child argues with a friend, it can be hard to know how to help. Sometimes we know our child’s actions weren’t kind. Other times we are worried that are child had his feelings hurt by a friend. Sometimes it can feel like all our child does is fight with others. According to Brett […]
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Seasonal Affective Disorder, which coincidentally has the acronym SAD, refers to symptoms of depression that occur seasonally, with the emergence of symptoms during the fall and winter months, and a dissipation of those symptoms once winter transitions into spring. SAD can occur in those who already suffer from depression, but it can also affect those […]
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“…talking about sexual abuse with your child can be one of the hardest, yet most important things that parents can do.”
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Hope Springs’ most popular Instagram posts of 2018
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Because we are celebrating our 10th year in practice, below are 10 important posts from the Hope Springs Blog that were written in 2018.
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For many students, college is something that is assumed. However, given the costs and time involved in college, it can be very helpful for parents to consider whether their teen is indeed ready to take that step. Please consider the following infographic to help get your adolescent ready for higher education. 3,175 total views, no […]
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