The 16 year old turned to his father with tears in his eyes and said, “Daddy, there’s something wrong with my brain.” Nathan had studied for hours with his father the day before the history mid-term exam. He went into the exam feeling confident that, with his father’s help, he knew the material perfectly. AfterContinue reading “Daddy, something is wrong with my brain”
Why is it that one youth involved in a trauma or difficult situation seems to bounce right back with little effect on their daily functioning while the next youth needs professional help and may still take forever to get back to their usual self? Young people often see their teenage years as a time forContinue reading “10 Ways to Build Childhood Resilience”
Written by: Regesh Executive Director, Edwin Schild, B.S., M.Sc. Avi was in my office after having a terrible day in school. It seems that Avi is constantly getting into altercations with others. Even though he doesn’t understand why, it always seems to be his fault. After listening to Avi’s story of the latest dispute, I askedContinue reading “Conflict Resolution and Interpersonal Relationships: Are You a Light Switch or a Dimmer Personality? “
You can never ever change other people — only yourself. Choose Happiness, choose to control your anger.
Part three of the anger management series written by Regesh Executive Director, Edwin Schild, B.S., M.Sc, NAMA anger management specialist, diplomate Further to Parts I and II of this four-part series on Anger Management, I would like to share with my readers some basic beliefs that one must understand in their journey to anger management (which IContinue reading “How to Help Your Child Manage Their Anger, Part 3”
Part two of the anger series written by Regesh Executive Director, Edwin Schild, B.S., M.Sc. In Part I of this four-part series, I introduced you to Aaron and his extreme anger. As promised, I would share with you “the rest of the story”, which is extraordinary. Building a Trusting Relationship with Your Therapist The hour wentContinue reading “How to Help Your Child Manage Their Anger, Part 2”