October 2022

The Benefits of Child Play Therapy

The Benefits of Child Play Therapy Adults frequently assume that children's play is just a game or a means of passing the time. The development of a child's mind and emotions are actually aided by imaginative and creative play. Through play, a child develops self-confidence, create a positive self-image, learn to express emotions, make decisions, and acquire skills that will help them prepare for real-life circumstances. As a form of therapy, play can assist a child in coping with and resolving issues that may be impeding his growth. Under therapist supervision, the child will be able to play in a [...]

How To Help Children with ADHD?

Raising a child with ADHD can differ from traditional parenting. Some children with ADHD may find it difficult to follow normal household routines, which in turn, can make parenting a child with ADHD challenging. However, managing a child with ADHD can be easier when certain techniques are applied. In this blog, you will learn about the techniques that encourage normal behavior and help children with ADHD overcome self-doubt. What Is ADHD? Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is one of the most common causes of hyperactivity, inattentiveness, and impulsive behavior in children. Attention, behavior, emotion control, and activity regulation may be challenging [...]

Working Through Grief and Loss: Strategies in Learning to Cope

Losing someone is a part of one’s life, yet nothing and no one can prepare you for the pain it can bring. Grieving is a common response to the death of a loved one. However, the process is not the same for everyone. Some people are naturally resilient and can weather storms. Unfortunately, there are some who have a much harder time dealing with it. Grief can take many forms and isn't always brought on by the loss of a loved one. What is grief? A person experiences grief when someone they love dies or is taken from them. Grief [...]

The Impact of COVID-19 on Children and How You Can Help

The past two years have been a challenging time for all of us. We were forced to make significant changes in our lifestyle, something we had not seen before. People lost jobs and loved ones. We had to do most of our tasks indoors. Almost every home was shrouded in fear and hopelessness. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was not only devastating on adults but on children. It has affected families emotionally, socially, and academically. Children may react differently to stress. It’s important to be aware of your child’s behavior before things go out of hand. Here are some [...]