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Posts filed under "Behavioral Health"

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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Sports Psychology for Kids

Posted by Glen LaGrou August 6, 2014 Behavioral Health, Health, Reviews, Solutions
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Sports Psychology isn’t limited to professional athletes seeking an edge. Sports Psychology for kids is becoming popular as a means for kids to avoid youth sports burnout, improve motivation, and increase focus.

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Modern Play Date Etiquette for Parents

Posted by Lisa LaGrou July 30, 2014 Behavioral Health, Blog, Health, OCM Blog, Reviews, Solutions
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Play date is a term I had to introduce to my mother. This foreign concept was a far reach from the days of my childhood summer vacations.

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Summer Education Tips to Prepare Kids for Back to School

Posted by Lisa LaGrou July 29, 2014 Behavioral Health, Education, Health, Reviews, Solutions
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Many parents are concerned with continuing education for kids during summer vacation. Most children will benefit from exposure to educational activities to help maintain their skills and get them started on the right foot for Back to School come fall.

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Do Baby Milestones Determine A Child’s Success?

Posted by Lisa LaGrou July 26, 2014 Behavioral Health, Health, Reviews, Solutions
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How much emphasis should parents put into gross motor skills accomplishments and baby milestones?

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Summer Structure Parenting Tips

Posted by Lisa LaGrou July 13, 2014 Behavioral Health, Education, Health, Reviews, Solutions
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Kids will never admit it, but they miss the structure that the typical school day presents. It’s no wonder that parents often yearn for the kids to go back to school long before the Dog Days of Summer set in.

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