Parenting A Child With A Difficult Temperament

All children are born with individual temperament. This is your child’s preferred style of relating and responding to people and events. There are 3 behavior clusters which categorize that some babies are easy,  some are slow to warm up, and others are difficult. All babies and children demand time and attention, besides unconditional love. But, […]

7 Strategies to Address Implicit Bias

Implicit bias is action-oriented, and influences our judgment and behaviors as it relates to those groups considered, ‘non-dominant’. They include African-Americans, Asians, Muslims and Latinx- the social groups whose heritages aren’t traditionally Caucasian. We address biases about these groups-‘others’- by bringing to a conscious level our core beliefs about these groups. Many of these beliefs […]

How Parents Hope to Teach Their Child to Be ‘Smart’

The role of parents has always been an influential yet often daunting challenge. In today’s era of digital access, real time, the job has gotten harder AND more important than ever. Some say children are growing up too fast, and they are correct. On the other hand, children grow up as fast as the times […]

What Are The Expressive Therapeutic Interventions for Childhood Trauma?

Has your child ever experienced trauma or exposed to trauma-inducing events? One little girl was caught in the wrath of a mob of people, in front of her home, at the age of 2 or 3. At least 20-30 people, hostile neighbors, targeted their anger towards her parents. She was an eyewitness and victim subjected […]