With roots in Adlerian Psychology, we have benefitted from generations of practical wisdom that has been supported in decades of subsequent research on parenting and family relationships. Family relationships are a crucible from which the personality and creativity of the child emerge. The parents' struggles are predictable, although they change slightly with the cultural shifts of each generation. This section of our webzine is an area for us to share some of the timeless practical wisdom we have gleaned from our teachers and clients.
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The article below was first written by Dr. Petersen for GoodTherapy.org and is published by them at http://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/respect/. It is reproduced here with permission. If you are concerned about your child’s disrespectful behavior, you have probably tried many corrective measures: Demanding adherence to rules. Correcting language or eye rolling. Lecturing them about how much you do […]
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The news has been flooded with violence. In the past month alone, the United States has had 45 mass shootings. Many of these frightful situations are happening where people buy their groceries, or even just go to work. Read the article on ABC 57
Adolescents showing increased anxiety. Family Psychology was happy to contribute to this local reporting by Lindsay Stone.
Original WNDU news story: Back To School The new school year is the childhood New Year with all the pristine hopes and excitement adults often bring to their January 1 celebrations and resolutions. Children are at their best in the fall, open and ripe for new routine and skills. With a little forethought and timing, […]