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Building Relationship Skills in Kids

Dr. Roseann is a mental health trailblazer, founder of The Global Institute of Children’s Mental Health and Dr. Roseann, LLC who is, “Changing the way we view and treat children’s mental health”.  FORBES magazine called her, “A thought leader in children’s mental health”. With her trademarked method, BrainBehaviorReset™, has helped thousands address the most challenging

Is Divorce the Answer

Raiford Dalton Palmer, J.D., AAML is a long-time Illinois family law attorney and managing shareholder of Chicagoland-based STG Divorce Law where he focuses on complex divorce cases, especially those involving high net worth individuals. His book, I Just Want This Done, How Smart, Successful People Get Divorced Without Losing Their Kids, Money, and Minds is

Dr. Sara Rosenquist: Infertility Destroyed My Intimacy with You

Dr. Sara Rosenquist is Board Certified Clinical Health Psychologist. She is the author of "After the Stork:  The Couple's Guide to Preventing and Overcoming Postpartum Depression", enjoys working with clients from her office in Cary, NC. On the show, Dr. Sara Rosenquist will touch on the topic of Infertility and Intimacy in relationships and breakdown

How Therapy Can Help Families Be Resilient During COVID-19

  BY KELLY FREEMAN All of us have struggled in our own way to deal with the effects of the coronavirus. You’ve most likely taken certain precautions over the past few months to ensure your family’s health and well-being. What Family Therapy Offers Family therapy provides a safe space for people to talk through any issues

Letitia Browne-James: Black Lives Matter and Mental Health

  On our recent show, we had special guest Letitia Browne-James. Dr. Letitia Browne-James is the Founder and Owner of Victorious Living Counseling & Consulting, LLC. She is a Board Certified Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor (FL), Qualified Clinical Supervisor (FL), and Florida Behavioral Health Case Manager Supervisor with over ten years of experience working

What Might Have Been: Grief and Gratitude in a Pandemic

    We are in a collective state of grief, which is expressed in many ways. Grief for our children and their development; grief for our family members and their health; and grief for our plans and our future selves. We grieve what might have been, which feels more like what “should have” been and

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