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Child & Parenting Resources

Learning about parenting is crucial for anyone who wants to raise happy and healthy children. It helps parents understand their child's needs, behavior, and development, and equips them with the necessary skills to provide a nurturing and supportive environment. By investing time and effort into learning about parenting, parents can build strong relationships with their children and set them up for success in life.


Books & Videos

Reading parenting books can be a great way to gain new insights and ideas on how to raise your children. Whether you're a new parent or have been raising kids for years, there's always something new learn. By taking the time to read and learn from experts in the field, you can become a more confident and effective parent. So why not pick up a parenting book today and see what you can discover? Here are a few of my suggestions.



Play Therapy 

Play therapy is a form of therapy that helps children express their emotions and experiences through play. It is a non-invasive and effective way to help children cope with difficult situations and develop healthy coping mechanisms. Play therapy can be used to address a variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, trauma, and behavioral problems. If you're looking a way to help your child work through their emotions, play therapy may be a great option to consider.



Attachment refers to the emotional bonds that form between individuals, particularly between infants and their caregivers. We believe that these early relationships shape a person's ability to form and maintain relationships throughout their life. 

Attachment style can have a significant impact on romantic relationships. Those with a secure attachment style tend to have healthier and more satisfying relationships, while those with insecure attachment styles may struggle with trust, communication, and emotional intimacy. Understanding your own attachment style and that of your partner can help improve the dynamics of your relationship.

Attachment styles can have a significant impact on parenting. Parents with a secure attachment style tend to be more responsive and attuned to their child's needs, while those with an insecure attachment style may struggle with emotional regulation and have difficulty providing consistent care. Understanding your own attachment style can help you become a more effective and nurturing parent.

Dr. Siegel is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA. An award-winning educator, he is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He has many lectures available on youtube. Below are just a few. You can also find resources on his website.


Most Important Thing a Parent Can D0

Hands Down!

Do your own work in order to move from blindness to sight with your child. 

Trust this process!

Parents play a crucial role in their child's mental health and well-being. It's important for parents to recognize that their child's struggles may not solely be the result of their child's actions or behaviors. By taking the initiative to seek therapy for themselves, parents can gain a better understanding of their own emotions and behaviors, which can ultimately lead to a healthier and more supportive environment for their child to thrive in.

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