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When You Have Concerns About Your Child

By JCS Therapy Services
As we head back to school, it’s normal for parents to worry whether or not their children will get good grades, have friends, or be respectful in class … Consider these tips for communicating your concerns.

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In Search of The 25th Hour

By Jacki Post Ashkin, LCSW-C
“There are just not enough hours in the day.” Does this resonate with you? Let’s explore meaningful ways to conquer your day.

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“It’s Not My Fault…”

By Susan Kurlander, M.Ed.
How do we encourage accountability in our children? Here are 11 suggestions from JCS Health Educator and “Roots and Wings” series author.

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How To “Find the Proper Edge”

By Christine Cronin, MSW, LCSW-C
Do you often find yourself in situations where you don’t know whether to speak up, help someone with a problem, or walk away? Consider these 6 reflection questions.

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Sibling Rivalry: Friend or Foe

By Susan Kurlander, M.Ed.
For anyone who has more than one child, sibling rivalry can be challenging and seemingly ever present. Parents can make the situation more manageable by trying the following.

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