How to Set Limits for Kids Without Harshness, Fear or Shame- Boulder Therapy News Post

BOULDER THERAPY NEWS POST How to Set Limits for Kids Without Harshness, Fear or Shame This is a great piece by Sarah MacLaughlin, LSW that I thought would be good to share with you.  I especially liked the way the author described what happens in the brain.  Click below to see the article. Source: Article

Cyber Safety Question for 2014: Does Technology Bring Your Family Joy? Boulder Intuitive Counseling News Post

BOULDER INTUITIVE COUNSELING NEWS POST: Cyber Safety Question for 2014: Does Technology Bring Your Family Joy? Many of my parents often ask me to give guidance and suggestions for setting boundaries around technology usage.  Every family is different, have different rules and understanding of what parenting should look like.  At one time in my career, […]

Rape is Grossly Underreported in the U.S.- Boulder Psychotherapist News Post

RAPE IS GROSSLY UNDERREPORTED IN THE U.S.- Boulder Psychotherapist News Post This article recently came out in the last couple of months.  There are links to some very interesting data and surveys that were taken in the last year supporting the notion that rape is underreported.  Click the links below for more information. Article Source: […]

Rape Culture on College Campuses- Boulder Counseling News Post

RAPE CULTURE ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES: BOULDER COUNSELING NEWS POST Here are two blog posts that I thought were important to share with you written by Quinn Becker from the Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault.  One fact that the blogger writes: “every two minutes, someone in the United States is sexually assaulted.”  Please click the links […]

Why Teenagers Are So Impulsive- Boulder Psychotherapist News Post

BOULDER PSYCHOTHERAPY NEWS POST! A colleague recently sent me this article.  Maybe you are struggling with your child’s behavior and here is some research that might give you some understanding of what is happening.  Source:  Science http://news.sciencemag.org/brain-behavior/2013/11/why-teenagers-are-so-impulsive

My Child Has Been Sexually Abused- A Guide for Parents- Boulder Counseling News Post

BOULDER COUNSELING NEWS POST I recently came across this and wanted to share it with you.  Although this was specifically written for parents and caregivers in Arkansas, there is some great information for parents who have a child that has been sexually abused.  They cover many questions that parents often ask me in my office. […]

LGBT Healthcare Advocacy Facebook Page- Boulder Therapist News Post

BOULDER THERAPIST NEWS POST I wanted to inform you about the LGBT Healthcare Advocacy Facebook Page!  This page provides an extensive amount of information including community events, personal stories, LGBT issues in the news, seminars for health care providers, and information to help people connect.  Please pass this along to your kids, friends, and colleagues.  […]

Tips on Talking to Kids Post Disaster- Boulder Counseling News Post

BOULDER COUNSELING NEWS POST Here is a great link that gives advice to parents on how to talk with kids post disaster.  This has been an incredible couple of weeks here in Boulder.  Even if you were not directly affected by all the flooding, you were affected.  Many of my clients talk about still being […]

Being in Your Body: The Benefits of Trauma-Sensitive Yoga for Survivors of Sexual Assault- Boulder Therapy Sexual Assault News Post

BOULDER THERAPY SEXUAL ASSAULT NEWS POST! Therapeutic trauma work incorporates many different aspects.  Research has found that trauma gets stored in the body and often talk therapy does not address the body aspect of the healing process.  This is a great blog post called, Being in Your Body: The Benefits of Trauma-Sensitive Yoga for Survivors […]

Just Because He Breathes: Learning to Truly Love Our Gay Son- Boulder Counseling News Post

BOULDER COUNSELING NEWS POST! Wanted to share an article with you titled, Just Because He Breathes: Learning to Truly Love Our Gay Son.  A mother shares her story.  Here are a couple of excerpts from the article: “Over the next 10 months, we learned to truly love our son. Period. No buts. No conditions. Just […]