Blog Category: children

April 30, 2024
Anger Management for Kids

Anger is a powerful emotion that can sometimes feel overwhelming, especially for children. But what if we told you that anger isn’t a […]

April 26, 2024
Making Waves with Harm Reduction

The concept of harm reduction isn’t just a philosophy; it’s a way of life for people struggling with addiction, mental health challenges, and […]

April 8, 2024
How to Help Your Child Manage Anger in a Healthy Way

Parents can play a crucial role in helping children manage their anger by modeling healthy expression and encouraging open communication within the family. […]

March 25, 2024
Embracing Emotional Development as a Parent

Parental co-regulation plays a crucial role in shaping the emotional development of children by providing them with a secure foundation to navigate their […]

March 7, 2024
The Power of Co-Regulation in Child Development

Have you ever noticed how our mood can shift throughout the day? Maybe we start off feeling energized and focused, but then something […]

December 13, 2023
Navigating Religion in Therapy

In therapy for teens involving religion, it’s important to create a respectful and open space where they can freely discuss their beliefs. By […]

November 26, 2023
Part Two: Therapy for First-Generation American Teens

For first-generation American teens, therapy is a crucial support system. At The Wise Family, we understand the unique blend of cultural and family […]

October 22, 2023
Part Two: Therapy at Different Developmental Levels

Therapy can have a lasting impact on a child’s well-being. As they talk about their feelings and engage in therapeutic activities, children can […]

October 9, 2023
Therapy at Different Developmental Levels

Starting therapy is a big deal for kids. Therapy can provide a supportive and empathetic environment where children are encouraged to explore and […]

August 22, 2023
Part Two: Separation Anxiety in Children

Kids experiencing separation anxiety might become clingy and reluctant to be alone, but there are ways to help. Establishing routines, offering comfort, and […]

August 7, 2023
Part One: Separation Anxiety in Children

It’s becoming more common to see signs and symptoms of separation anxiety in children. As a parent, it is crucial for you to […]

July 24, 2023
Part Two: Exploring Gender Identity in Therapy

It takes a lot of bravery to ask questions about gender identity, especially as a child/teen. Therapy provides a safe and supportive space […]