While childhood trauma can affect kids differently, there is one thing most children have in common: They tend to create individualized meanings about that trauma. As a result, many children
Depression is the most common mental health issue in the world. Though, as much as we know about it, it still is a difficult battle for most people suffering from
When your child is sick, you probably take them to their pediatrician. But what happens when they’re facing emotional problems they can’t handle on their own? In many cases, therapy
Generally, during the first few weeks after a major traumatic event—anything from a car accident to sexual assault to war to a natural disaster, etc.—the initial shock slowly wears off.
You find your body tensing. Your neck, your muscles, the rest of your body. Step-by-step, that feeling of restlessness, unease, and irritability washing over you. Like an animal in a
Feeling too much, too often When emotions become too frequent or intense, a child can feel preoccupied by the emotion and this can impact learning, behavior and relationships. When a