Anger, Children, Communication Skills, Family, Play Therapy, written by Erlese Caruth

Our very own Erlese Caruth, LPC, NCC has been published in Atlanta Best Self Magazine!

BSMOur very own Erlese Caruth, LPC, NCC had an interview and article published about her in Atlanta Best Self Magazine! She discusses parenting advice and relationships with children.
What an accomplishment!!! Join us in congratulating her!

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Children, Family, Infertility, Pregnancy, written by Kim Openo

Staying Sane in the Face of Infertility

infertilityInfertility can be one of the most painful experiences a woman and/or a couple experience. Anger, sadness, and resentment towards others who have achieved pregnancy is a common emotion. Kim goes into detail about how you can manage your emotions and the additional help that exists should those emotions become too much.

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Children, Family, written by Kim Openo

Reminiscing with Your Sense of Smell

Why is smell so strongly tied to our memories? Kim describes the reason for this scientific phenomenon while also sharing somewoman-smelling recent memories of her own that were activated just by the smell of something nearby. Kim also explains how scent can also be a form of relaxation and how it can reduce stress!

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Children, Communication Skills, Play Therapy, Social Skills

Why Choose Play Therapy?

What is play therapy? What are the benefits of play therapy and the signs in children that it might be needed? Erlese discusses how sheLittle Children Hands doing Fingerpainting found her passion for play therapy. She continues with how play therapy can be helpful and signs to recognize in your child that therapy might be needed.

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