Category Archives: Clinical Psychology

Teaching Your Child How to Self-Soothe

In my work with parents and their children, I’ve come up with numerous methods for self-soothing. Here are some ideas. Continue reading

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Teaching Kids the Value of Frustration Tolerance and Self-Soothing

Learning about frustration tolerance and self-soothing (how to handle it) are two of the most important lessons a parent can teach a child. Continue reading

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How Understanding Your Childhood Experiences Can Help You in the Present

If you continuously find yourself in similar negative situations or notice a pattern in your behavior, it may be because of childhood experiences. Continue reading

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What Is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

In psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy is an approach used to help better manage your thoughts and feelings so that when the going gets tough, you’re more mentally equipped to handle any bumps in the road. Continue reading

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How to Choose a Psychologist

Deciding to see a psychologist can be daunting. But if you take the following steps, you’ll feel much more confident and comfortable when you do finally schedule your first session. Continue reading

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