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Tips to Be a Less Stressed Food Allergy Parent (Video)

Posted Posted in Fawn McNeil-Haber, Food allergies, Parents

Stress goes hand-in-hand with being a food allergy parent. Dr. Fawn McNeil-Haber gives parents tips on reducing that stress. Increase your internal awareness Create a support system or food allergy tribe Be informed Nurture your world outside of food allergies Take a break     If you’re interested in learning more, check out Dr. Fawn […]

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Siblings of Children with Chronic Conditions: 4 Potential Signs of Distress to be Aware of

Posted Posted in Children, Claudia Salgado, Parents

Being a parent carries the blessings of unconditional love, joy, laughter, and pride as well as the weight of responsibility. As a parent, you balance the wants and needs of your children on a daily basis while making the best choices for them and for your family as a whole. You face additional challenges when […]

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Different Than Morning Sickness: The Impact of Severe Nausea During Pregnancy on Moms to Be

Posted Posted in Jessica Pizzo, New Moms

“Have you tried eating ginger?” a well-meaning friend asks as you feel your blood boil. You have tried ginger, you have tried seabands… you have tried everything, and still nothing works. Constant nausea overwhelming your body and mind. This is not the typical morning sickness associated with the early stages of pregnancy. This is Hyperemesis […]

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4 Tips to Get Your Thinking Brain Back Online When Your Feeling Brain is Freaking Out: How To Cope With Anxiety…Like, Now.

Posted Posted in Adults, Anxiety, Fawn McNeil-Haber

In today’s world, the pressure is on.  Everyone can feel anxious and stressed at times. But what happens when your anxiety sticks around and doesn’t want to leave? Often times, anxiety can take over your thoughts and feelings in a way that impedes your thinking brain.  With that being said, it is time to take […]

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Recognizing Anxiety in Children (Video)

Posted Posted in Anxiety, Children, Fawn McNeil-Haber

Fawn McNeil-Haber, PhD gives parents insight to recognizing anxiety in children. When Dr. Fawn begins thinking about anxiety, she looks at three different things: Avoidance and Isolation Overwhelm Somatic Complaints     Learn more about our services for Child Anxiety OR   Brave Minds Psychological Services helps children, teens and families overcome severe anxiety, stress, and […]

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The Trauma of Your Ancestors Lives on in You: Pregnancy in the African American Community

Posted Posted in Jessica Pizzo, New Moms, Parents, Trauma

Something scary has happened, and it has threatened your sense of safety. You feel your stomach in knots, sweat pouring down your face, and heart pounding. This is trauma, and it can be anything from witnessing violence to being present during a hurricane. Did you know that during a traumatic experience not only is your […]