Can you bully-proof your child? Unfortunately, no. But, there are ways to empower them against it. Here’s how.
Health & Safety
From eliminating household chemicals to discussing the pitfalls of social media, our experts help you keep your school-aged child safe and healthy.
For many parents, the battle to delay their child becoming active in social media starts earlier than we would like to admit. Professional Counselor & Registered Play Therapist, Laura McLaughlin, talks about what you can do as a parent to help your child navigate this new world.
Child and adolescent therapist, Laura McLaughlin, talks about how to identify childhood stress and help manage it.
What can you do to prevent your child from developing an eating disorder? Help your child develop a healthy body AND a healthy body image.
Have you ever wondered what’s in face paints? It’s actually pretty scary!
Between school and a myriad of after-school activities, your child may not have a second to breathe. Here are some warning signs that they have too much on their plate and tips to avoid overscheduling…
Traditional masculinity is harming our boys and society, countless studies have found. Here’s how to shift the tide, starting in our own homes.
Dr. Don Klumb, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist with more than 20 years’ experience working with children, offers ways to build awareness about autism and become a proactive part of the community that supports autistic children.
Whether you’ve lost a butterfly, the family pet or Grandma, it can be hard to know how to explain death to children. A clinical psychologist has all the answers…
Bumps, scrapes and bruises are part of being a kid, but most serious childhood injuries can be avoided through a combination of safety measures, protective equipment, child-proofing and actively attending to your ever-curious tot.