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Increasing the Bond with Your Child in Just Minutes a Day  by Kendra Woodworth, MA, Predoctoral Psychology Intern

Autumn by By Michele Owens, MA, LAMFT

Fostering Independence by By Adam Sarff, MA, Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Maintaining Balance during the Summer Months by Jessica Bleninger, MA, Pre-Doctoral Psychology Intern

Let’s Talk About Alcohol! by Kelly Wyttenhove, MA, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor

Spring Into Action by Michele Owens, Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Valentine’s Day and You by Adam Sarff, Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Learn to Chill Out in the New Year by Amy Louwers, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Mixed Bag of Emotions During the Holidays by Michele Owens, Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Being Thankful by Becky McNattin, MSW, LGSW

A Proactive Approach to Your Relationship by Michele Owens, LAMFT

Power Struggles:  Creating a “Win” for the Parent-Child Relationship by Katie Anderson, PsyD

A Month of Connection by Becky McNattin, MSW, LGSW

Self-Compassion By Aaron Means, Pre-Doctoral Clinical Psychology Intern

Parenting your Adult Child By Kendra Woodworth, MA, Predoctoral Psychology Intern

3 Ways to Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder By Lauren Abdill, Practicum Therapist

The Most Powerful Tool in Preventing Suicide? Our Words. By Lauren Abdill, Practicum Therapist

This Back-To-School Season, Talk to Your Teens About Suicide By Lauren Abdill, MSW, LGSW