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How to Say You’re Sorry

Talking to a colleague recently, we were lamenting the challenges of parenthood. Agreeing that we were both moms first, and therapists second, we acknowledged that we did not always take our own professional advice. We each divulged times when we had lost it and yelled at our kids. Not having to pay bills, prepare meals, […]

Roseville Therapist for Gifted Children

Could Your Child’s Acting Out be a Sign of Giftedness?

It’s common for parents to be irritated by their young children’s impatience, emotionally intense reactions, stubbornness, and seemingly inexhaustible supply of energy and questions. When frustrations build into what feels like a battle of wills, parents naturally seek counseling for new parenting methods or send their kids to therapy to learn how to listen and […]