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5 Key Ways to Improve Co-Parenting Your Child with Food Allergies: Part 1 of 3

Posted Posted in Food allergies, Lauren Grossbach

The Isolating Struggles Any parent who has a child with food allergies can tell you what a challenging experience it is. The constant fear of harm, anxiety about contamination/contact, accommodations that need to be made for safety, and more, take a toll on the food allergy parent. While other children are picking their favorite foods […]

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Tips to Manage Back to School Anxiety: Middle School (Video)

Posted Posted in Anxiety, Children, Lauren Grossbach

Lauren Stein, LMFT gives parents tips on how to ease their child’s transition into middle school. In this video, parents and caretakers will learn: The importance of openness with their child Helping their children find solutions to the issues they are facing Focusing less on how to fix the anxiety, but instead help their child […]

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Tips to Manage Back to School Anxiety: Elementary School (Video)

Posted Posted in Anxiety, Children, Lauren Grossbach

Lauren Stein, LMFT gives parents tips on how to help their first grader with back to school anxiety. In this video she talks about: Facilitating your child’s socialization The importance of extracurricular activities Your role and responsibilities in in anxiety management for your child     To learn more about how to help your child […]

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10 Self-Care Tips for the Tired and Overwhelmed Parents

Posted Posted in Lauren Grossbach, Parents

As a tired, busy, overwhelmed, stretched-too-thin parent, self-care is probably the last thing on your mind. You might even be wondering… What self-care actually is, and why it’s important? Simply put, practicing self-care means: Engaging in deliberate activities (physical, emotional, or mental) that you enjoy to improve your health. Making decisions that are beneficial to […]