Posts Tagged: children

February 17, 2022
Social Media and Its Role on Children and Adolescents

By Kasey Cain, Licensed Professional Counselor Social media and relationships is a hot topic. As someone who didn’t get her first email address […]

December 17, 2021
Helping Children Deal With The Pressures to Achieve

In case you missed our last webinar on December 6th, here is the full recording from our discussion on supporting our children with […]

December 22, 2019
Surviving the Holidays With Preschoolers

We wanted to end this year with some great ideas to lessen the stress that can occur with the holiday season. The Wise […]

December 19, 2019
Newly divorced with kids? Here’s what to know ahead of the holiday season, according to two experts.

November 20, 2019 By Jess Feldman From planning ahead to proper communication techniques, here’s how to ensure your children enjoy the holidays with […]

July 31, 2019
How to support YOUR child’s mental health all year!

Most of us are still in full summer mode… beach, relaxed schedules, fun in the sun and plenty of pool time. We wanted […]

July 12, 2017
Cooperation Station

By Guest Contributor and Wise Family Clinician – Kasey Cain, Resident in Counseling I have recently been hearing a lot in the world […]

June 14, 2017
We are honored and humbled to receive the Champions of Children Award!

We are honored and humbled to learn that the City of Alexandria, Virginia and their Children, Youth and Families Collaborative Commission has awarded […]

April 19, 2017
Keep Cool & Calm Down

By Guest Contributor and Wise Family Clinician – Kasey Cain, Resident in Counseling This week we are going to work on calming down and […]

May 11, 2016
The Very-Important Importance of Playing

As I mentioned last week, I recently finished a great book called, The Importance of Being Little by Erika Christakis.  And the Important […]

May 4, 2016
The Importance of Play

Recently, I was driving to my daughter’s softball game and turned on NPR.  The conversation was with Erika Christakis, the author of the […]

January 20, 2016
Screen Time – A Dream or A Nightmare?

Lead by Example The saying, “Do what I say, not what I do!” is BALONEY!  Our kids are watching our every move so, […]

October 28, 2015
Teens and Stress: The 411

  Wouldn’t it be nice if parents could control everything about their children! You know, just for a little while, say maybe until they’re […]