When Children and Clients Are Not Our Favorites by Mirel Goldstein, MS, MA, LPC

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One of the biggest challenges for parents is when they have feelings toward their children that feel “wrong.” Some parents find it difficult to love a particular child. A parent may “play favorites” in his/her heart, trying desperately to hide Continue reading When Children and Clients Are Not Our Favorites by Mirel Goldstein, MS, MA, LPC

Autism and the Great Divide

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What is the difference between children with Autism and other so-called ‘normal’ children? What causes barriers to be built between Autistic children and the rest of the world? Why are children with Autism discriminated against? And why are they perceived Continue reading Autism and the Great Divide

Communication-Building in the Digital Age

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Communication-building in the Digital Age can be daunting. Adult communication with adolescents and pre-adolescents can be a challenge. While technology has made staying in touch with youth easier than ever — with calls, texts and emails at our fingertips –, Continue reading Communication-Building in the Digital Age