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Posts filed under "Behavioral Health"

Step Parenting Survival Guide Book

Posted by Lisa LaGrou September 13, 2014 Behavioral Health, Family Health, Health
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There is a step parenting book, We’re Not Blended, We’re Pureed, to help guide parents in a newfound step parenting situation.

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Beaumont Children’s Hospital Helps Ease Kids’ Anxiety

Posted by Lisa LaGrou September 5, 2014 Behavioral Health, Family Health, Health
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Beaumont Children’s Hospital knows that hospital visits can be very intimidating for a child. That’s why Beaumont goes the extra mile in removing some of the anxiety associated with a child’s hospital stay.

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Co-Parenting Tips in a Divorce Situation

Posted by Glen LaGrou September 4, 2014 Behavioral Health, Health, Reviews, Solutions
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Divorce is an unfortunate but unavoidable reality for many families today. It is important for divorced parents to keep in mind some ground rules for successful co-parenting with an ex.

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Emotional Cheating VS Physical in Affair Recovery

Posted by llagrou September 3, 2014 Behavioral Health, Health
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Which is harder to overcome when a spouse has been caught cheating or in an affair – the sex (physical cheating) or the emotional cheating?

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Back to School Tips for ADHD Students

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Back to School Tips for ADHD Students - Heading back to school can be a stressful time for any family; even more so for those families who have children diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

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Recommendation for Later Start Times for High School Students

Posted by Glen LaGrou August 25, 2014 Behavioral Health, Education, Health, Home, News
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To help aid teen sleep deprivation, the AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) is recommending that high schools and junior highs start classes at 8:30a (or even later).

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Back to School Tips for Kids

Posted by Lisa LaGrou August 24, 2014 Behavioral Health, Education, Health, Reviews, Solutions
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How can you tell if you’re child is handling Back to School season well? I spoke to licensed psychotherapist Mia Adler Ozair to get some back to school tips for kids.

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How to Cope with Grief and Loss

Posted by Glen LaGrou August 18, 2014 Behavioral Health, Health
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How to Cope with Grief and Loss By Laurette Lipman, MA, LLPC, NCC of Embracing Life Counseling, LLC and Oakland County Moms.

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Teaching Children Meditation for Relaxation and Cognitive Growth

Posted by Lisa LaGrou August 14, 2014 Behavioral Health, Family Health, Health
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By encouraging children to spend some quiet time each day or even a form of meditation, it is said that you are providing them with skills to grow and manage stress.

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Back to School Tips for Parents

Posted by Lisa LaGrou August 10, 2014 Behavioral Health, Education, Health, Reviews, Solutions
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The responsibility for having kids prepared for Back to School season falls on parents. I spoke to licensed psychotherapist Mia Adler Ozair to get some back to school tips for parents.

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