Learning About Putting Kids In Counseling

Are your children suffering from bullying or other hardships? Discover how counseling can help them overcome adversity and trauma.

Learning About Putting Kids In Counseling

When Gay Marriage Is Legal, But Your Partner Says “I Don’t”

24 June 2015
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 After many years of fighting for marriage equality, gay and lesbian couples can now get legally married in 36 states. While many in the lesbian and gay community have welcomed this right, there are others who -- for one reason or another -- want nothing to do with marriage. Unfortunately, this has led to a problem that many heterosexual couples have dealt with for years -- relationship woes that arise when one individual in a gay or lesbian relationship wants to get married and the other doesn't.
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Inpatient Drug Treatment Programs For Teens: How They Benefit You And Your Child

22 September 2014
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Drug addiction most often starts during adolescence. According to Dr. Michael L. Dennis, chair of the Society for Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment, 80-90% of those that end up with a drug dependency began using before the age of eighteen, with about half of them starting before they are fifteen. Studies further conclude that early intervention offers the best chance of lasting recovery. If you have a teen who struggles with a drug or alcohol dependency, you want to give them the very best in treatment, and one of the best options is an inpatient drug treatment facility.
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Learning About Putting Kids In Counseling

Hello, my name is Nick. When my kids were growing up, they all suffered from different levels of bullying. The other kids would poke fun so often that my children didn't want to return to the playground at school. I decided to place them in counseling so they could learn coping skills. In the meantime, I worked with the school to end the bullying. The counseling sessions did the most good, however, as my children were able to let hurtful words roll off their backs. I hope to use this site to explore the benefits of placing kids in counseling.