Posts with the category “parenting”

New Year Reflections and Hopes from ALCS
by ALCS Counselors on December 31st, 2019
ALCS Team | Happy New Year! Hear from each of us at ALCS as we reflect on 2019 and offer our thoughts on beginning the new decade with awareness, gratitude, peace, and intention.  Read More
When Children Struggle with Anxiety or Depression, EMDR Can Help
by ALCS Counselors on October 4th, 2019
Hannah Pitman, MA, LPC | Our children are not immune to the stressors of our culture today. EMDR is a therapeutic technique that has been clinically proven to help clients who are struggling with anxiety or depress--including children.  Read More
When Children Experience Trauma, EMDR Can Help
by ALCS Counselors on August 27th, 2019
Hannah Pitman, MA, LPC | Because we live in a broken world, children will have negative experiences no matter how vigilant a parent is. Read on to learn about trauma in children and how EMDR can help.  Read More
Back-to-School Jitters and How to Handle Them
by ALCS Counselors on August 1st, 2019
Rachelle Honohan, LCSW | The back-to-school transition may be exciting, but it can also cause anxiety for children, pre-teens, and teens alike—and their parents, for that matter! Here are some recommendations from Rachelle Honohan, LCSW...  Read More
Three Ways Parents Can Support Teens Questioning Sexuality and Gender Identity
by ALCS Counselors on July 24th, 2019
Michelle Johnson, MA, LPC | The adolescent years can be chock full of turmoil fueled by the perfect storm of physical, mental and emotional development overload.  Read More