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Considering Sending Your Kid Back to Childcare?

With the recent changes in COVID restrictions, many caregivers are torn on whether it’s a good idea to send their child back to childcare. The following tips are geared toward families who have decided that childcare is the best option for them and are looking to send their child back to care in the safest…

By Katelyn Schwartz

5 Signs a Child May Need Day Treatment

As families and caregivers are hearing more about Day Treatment and the benefits it provides to children, many start to wonder if their child may need services and if Day Treatment is the right fit.  Furthermore, other questions arise such as what exactly is Day Treatment, how is it going to specifically work for the…

By Mariam Fam

5 Tips for Caregivers Sending Kids Back to Childcare

Our world today looks much different than it did in the beginning of March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Decisions that used to come easily (e.g. sending a kid to childcare or visiting loved ones) are now much more complicated. Each family system is unique so there is no “one-size fits all” answer regarding…

By Katelyn Schwartz

Healthy Ways to Cope with COVID-19 Stress

The global pandemic continues to affect our daily lives. According to the experts, COVID-19 is here to stay for a while. Check out these tips and reminders on ways to keep our mind, body and soul healthy as we keep moving forward with the novel Coronavirus [infographic].

By Amanda Schuh

Domestic Violence Awareness: What you need to know

  Each year, the month of October is dedicated as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month to raise awareness of domestic abuse, provide those affected with resources, and show family and friends how to help loved ones stay safe. Domestic violence is a pattern of behaviors and control by one person to gain and maintain power…

By Amanda Schuh

Lorenz to Host 4th Annual Invited Practitioner Conference

Lorenz Clinic announces its 4th Annual Invited Practitioner Conference. This year’s conference will be held Friday, December 04, 2020 virtually on Zoom and will feature Dr. Froma Walsh, a leader in the field of family therapy, and expert on family resilience, with extensive experience in situations of trauma, complicated loss, disruptive life transitions, and multi-stress,…

By BJ Suarez

BDH Podcast: Connected By Design ft. Dr. Chad Lorenz

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected our “normal” in many ways, especially our emotional attachment to our favorite places.  People are yearning for their favorite restaurants, coffee shops, concert venues, and retail stores. Tune in to BDH’s latest episode of Connected by Design, featuring Dr. Chad Lorenz as they discuss the psychological reasons behind why people…

By Maria Zivkovic

How to Help Your Child Cope with COVID-19 Stress

Children are going through their own experience during this global pandemic. Check out these tips on how to alleviate stress and keep spirits light [infographic].

By Anne Fleming

How to Help Children Manage Difficult Emotions

As human beings we are hard-wired to experience a wide range of emotions each day – from excitement and joy, to frustration, anger and grief. In these difficult times of COVID and social distancing, it can feel like the more difficult feelings, such as loss and disappointment are increasingly present in our daily lives.  We…

By Anne Fleming

The Risk Factors & Warning Signs of Suicide

The month of September is designated as Suicide Prevention Month – bringing greater attention and understanding to suicide. Suicide occurs when people direct violence at themselves with the intent to end their lives, and as a result, may cause one’s own death. In the United States, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death and…

By Amanda Schuh

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