Coping With the Back to School Blues: Tips for Students and Families

The beginning of the year brings up a range of feelings for students of all ages. There is the promise of a fresh start: new notebooks, pencils and crayons, different teachers and classmates. Some kids are eager to see old friends they have not seen all summer and catch up on their new experiences. Students [...]

Having Fun and Learning: Affordable Ways to Get Your Kid Started on a Hobby

We are pleased to bring you another guest post from Charles Carpenter at Charles discusses ways to help your child find productive, fun and self-confidence boosting outlets. Thank you, Charles for the helpful resource! ************************ Hobbies are great ways for kids to learn while having fun doing something they really enjoy. Children gain a [...]

By |2020-03-15T14:40:43+00:00November 8th, 2018|Ari E. Fox, LCSW-R, Parenting, Social Skills|0 Comments

Summer Camp Confidence: How to Apply Your Kids’ New Skills When School Starts

Summer Camp Confidence Thousands of kids go to summer camp each year and learn fascinating new skills. When you think of camp, things like archery and swimming probably come to mind. While most camps do revolve around physical activity, there’s so much more to them than that. Many summer camps focus on building relationships through [...]

By |2020-10-16T17:52:52+00:00October 7th, 2018|Ari E. Fox, LCSW-R, Parenting|0 Comments

No More Nagging! How to Motivate Kids More & Aggravate Them Less

School is back in session for many kids, and starting up again soon for others. Thus, effectively finding ways to motivate kids may be on your mind. While its true that giving your kids a nudge can help in almost every aspect of their life, sometimes it can feel easier said than done. Unfortunately, if you [...]

By |2020-03-15T14:41:00+00:00October 7th, 2018|Ari E. Fox, LCSW-R, Parenting|0 Comments

7 Ways to Build a Strong Parent-Teacher Partnership

Building a parent-teacher partnership is beneficial in many ways. Most of all, it makes it easier to communicate with your child’s teacher and get a real sense of what’s going on in the classroom. The biggest benefit, though, is for your child. If you’re willing to form a parent-teacher partnership, both of you will be on [...]

By |2020-03-15T14:41:15+00:00October 7th, 2018|Ari E. Fox, LCSW-R, Parenting|0 Comments