Category: Parenting Help

You’re angry…I totally get it

As a fellow parent of a child with Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), I understand your anger. However, here’s what I’ve learned: While anger is a natural response, it doesn’t serve you or your child well. And here’s why…

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NEW video teaches kids about trauma and the brain

I am so excited to share this exciting new resource with you! The Brain Game is a new psycho-educational, 20-minute

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1 in 5 kids who’ve spent time in foster care are LGBTQ: Valuable resources for parents

Coming out as LGBTQ can be particularly scary for kids who are in foster care or adopted. Here are the resources you need…

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Developmental Trauma and Psychosis

Though not symptoms of their developmental trauma, some children report hearing voices, seeing “beings,” or seem delusional. Here are the potential causes and what parents need to do about it.

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