Family Game Night

Family Game Night- Ideas for Fun for all ages

Family | Parenting | Summer

Family Game Night: Ideas for fun for all ages Summertime has started for most, and many children are either relishing the long awaited downtime or enjoying the variety of summer camp or other fun activities. Hopefully the slower pace presents some opportunity for quality time with your family members. A great way to encourage this […]

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Is your child suffering from bullying, anxiety, or social pressures?

Is your child suffering from bullying, anxiety, or social pressures?

Is your child suffering from bullying, anxiety, or social pressures? We are here to help, and specialize with working with children, adolescents and their families. With registered play therapists on staff, and insurance accepted, it’s never been easier to make an appointment. Get the help you need now. Call to learn more, 210-481-3727 or go […]

Counseling San Antonio

“Where are you going to college?”

Children | College | Excitement | Family | Parents | Q&A | Stress | Teenage Issues | Young Adult

“Where are you going to college?” One of the many pesky questions young adults face this time of their life, according to our young adult “think tank”. Our group, like many other young adults, feel frustrated with this question. Often times their response is followed by stories or unsolicited advise on their school choice, and why it […]

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The importance of developing your child’s self confidence

The importance of your child’s self esteem

Children | Family | Parents | Self Improvement | Teenage Issues

Allowing children to develop their sense of worth, self esteem and self confidence is critical. These are all skills they are going to need as they mature. By their middle school year’s, children are expected to manage multiple courses, assignments and expectations. As well as deal with their changing bodies, a myriad of social complexities […]

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Family Dinnertime

Bring Back Family Dinnertime

For many, any given weekday evening is spent shuttling children to and from extra curricular activities. Family dinnertime often happens in the car or on the go, leaving very little face time. Certainly activities and extra learning experiences can be fun for our children. In fact, the physical exercise may be important since many children […]

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Bah Humbug

How to make “The Most Wonderful Time of Year” actually feel that way

Depression | Emotions | Excitement | Family | Holiday Survival | joy | Self Improvement

For many people, the holidays are their FAVORITE time of the year. There are parties to go to, people to see, gifts to buy, and the chance to see loved ones. But for many more, the holidays feel downright terrible. For those of you that just aren’t feeling that joyous, first know you’re not alone. […]

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Eliminate Negativity

Ideas To Eliminate Negativity In Your Life

Anger | Anxiety | Depression | Family | Happiness | Holiday Survival | joy | Relationships | Self Improvement | Worry

It’s common to fall into a funk or to even start feeling depressed, especially as the holiday season approaches. Just thinking about it is enough to send some people into a tailspin! In our practice we spend time with clients talking about how to eliminate things that create a sense of negativity in their lives. […]

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5 Ways Dads can still connect with their Daughters

5 Ways Dads can connect with their Daughters

Dads, hear me when I say this, your daughter still needs and wants a relationship with you. I know it may be hard to see, especially as your daughter hits adolescence. It may seem as she gains more independence; she wants to be around her friends more than home with dad or mom. You may […]

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Parenting Young Men is not for Wimps!

Family | Relationships | Teenage Issues | Young Adult

At any given time, on any given day, the topic of parenting teenage boys dominates my private practice. Parent’s emotions range from victory to defeat. The fact remains, parenting teenage boys is not an easy task, nor for the faint of heart. Here are some basic strategies you can adopt to help survive “The Teenage […]

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Social Media Management for Parents

Social Media Rules of Engagement: Parent’s Edition

Children | Emotions | Excitement | Family | Fear | Parents | Relationships | Social Media | Teenage Issues

Social media is here to stay and parents need to get on board. Apps such as such as Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, ooVoo, WeChat, Vine and KakaoTalk are more popular then ever among young users ages 11 to 17. Children and Teenagers utilize social media to stay connected, communicate with friends, complete school assignments and […]

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