Archives for January 2014

“How to Set Limits for Kids Without Harshness, Fear or Shame” – Sarah MacLaughlin

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 by the Huffington Post. Source: Article

How to Manage Technology as a Parent

Many of my parents often sk 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, I worked as a therapist in a high school. I would have students that would come […]

The Truth About Underreported Rapes

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 is Grossly Underreported in the U.S. Original Survey: Estimating the […]

Rape Culture on College Campuses

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 Quinn Becker.  One fact that the blogger writes: “every two minutes, someone in the United States is sexually assaulted.”  Please click the links below to view the blog posts. Colorado […]