Erica D’Ambrosi, LMFT, writes about Parent Child Interaction Therapy – what it is, what it’s for, and how it works. Check it out here.
In our last PCIT blog post, we talked about what kinds of kids and caregivers Parent Child Interactional Therapy works best with. Oftentimes, caregivers learn about PCIT and think it will help, but want to know more specifically…. What will my (PCIT) sessions look like? Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) consists of two parts and […]
“Audrey, can you please stop playing with your toys and put your shoes on?!?!” Mary asks for the sixth time. Mary is trying to get herself and her four-year-old daughter ready so that they can leave to pick up Audrey’s older brother from soccer practice and they are already running behind schedule. Mary is frustrated […]
Our team frequently shares helpful books and resources that might be helpful for our clients and others dealing with a range of issues. Here are just a few recommendations in our own words: Dr. Rodney Boone: My current favorite book is the Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety, 2nd Edition by John Forsyth, Ph.D. and George Eifert, Ph.D. […]
Help! My Child is throwing another tantrum! What do I do? “Nooo! I don’t want to put it back!! I want it!!! Please, Mommy, please! Can I have it? I promise I’ll take out the trash forever!” exclaims little (fill in your child’s name here) sitting in the middle of the aisle of the grocery […]