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So many people told me how meaningful they found it when a little cardinal would visit during our sessions, but I learned a lot more reading this article!
Cardinal Symbolism & Spiritual Meanings Of Seeing A Cardinal Discover the symbolism behind this beautiful bird.
Check Out These Videos That children How to Respond to AAPI Bullying Hollaback! has joined forces with Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC) and Woori Show to create videos for children about racism & how to react.
5 Important Conversations to Have BEFORE You Get Married Many articles explore obvious talks to have (e.g. money, kids & s*x). However, for a happy marriage, there are more esoteric topics to discuss.
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Breakthrough Study Reveals Biological Basis for Sensory Processing Disorders in Kids Sensory processing disorders are more prevalent in children than autism. In a groundbreaking new study, UCSF researchers have for the first time shown a biological basis for the disease in the brain structure.
Navigating The Holidays When You’re Estranged From Your Family Here are six tips and tricks to help you navigate this emotionally trying time of year.
Healthy Relationships and P**n online camp for teens, ages 14-18:
The aim of this week-long online summer camp program is po*******hy literacy, which means giving youth tools to analyze what they may see. This course is designed to reduce s*xual and dating violence, increase critical thinking skills, and promote healthy intimacy. It was created in part by Dr. Emily Rothman of the University of Boston, as a research-based curriculum. The group runs from 1pm-3pm CST Monday August 10th through Friday August 14th. Cost for the full course is $185.
eventbrite.com This is an online week-long summer camp for teens ages 14yo-18yo to meet up and explore the effects of po*******hy on their relationships.
upworthy.com "This is called racism, and racism has happened in the United States for over 400 years."
Life's Learning for Counselors
A little laughter and self care relief. :)
Reframing this strange time as an opportunity to pause and reprioritize to help with healing:
huffpost.com If the COVID-19 outbreak is affecting your mental health, read this.
Alyse Ruriani Design
“A female with ADHD may be less hyperactive and less impulsive than her male counterpart. Instead she may present with more subtle symptoms such as being disorganized, scattered, forgetful, introverted, withdrawn and socially isolated. She may have great difficulty keeping her focus on tasks, becoming side-tracked and easily distracted by things around her or even by her own thoughts. It may take her a little longer to process information, so that she appears “slow” or “spacey” or “flighty”, when in fact she may be highly intelligent. She may have a low tolerance for stress, feel extremely sensitive to criticism, and work hard to conform to adult expectations in hopes of gaining approval from others. She may have a hard time saying “no” to others, over committing to responsibilities that she cannot fulfill. It may be difficult for her to make firm decisions on even simple tasks, so that she seems wishy-washy and indecisive. Problem solving situations can become overwhelming and she may often find herself stuck, experiencing a sense of paralysis, unable to move forward at all. Managing her time can be quite a challenge, as well, and “running late” may be her norm. She may also be hypersensitive to her environment – the noise, the sights, even touch – and quickly become overloaded, “shutting down” and unable to function. She may feel and incredible sense of shame, berating herself for not “living up to her potential”.”
— Keath Low, MA
An important reminder for parents and professionals who work with adolescents on what is developmentally appropriate for this age!
theatlantic.com The intensity of feelings generated by friendship in childhood and adolescence is by design.
A clip from the upcoming Under The Skin podcast with Jameela Jamil. Listen to it in full on Luminary this Saturday 25th May - get the app here you don't alre...
Heartfulness Consulting Jen Perry, MA, MSEd, LPC
Punishing kids with ADHD for having ADHD makes less sense than giving kids coping strategies. We must first understand the behaviors.
austindivorceworkshop.com In-person divorce workshop for those contemplating or going through a divorce.
Inland Bird Banding Association
This northern cardinal was caught and banded by IBBA members in central Texas in 2014. They continued to see it at feeders through 2016.
The bird shows apparent bilateral gynandromorphism, a rare abnormality that causes it to have female plumage on one side of its body and male on the other. Such birds have both an o***y and a te**is.
vice.com I noticed how much volunteering was helping with my anxiety and stress, and there’s science to back it up.
thebestbrainpossible.com Because your breathing directly influences your nervous system, it's the remote control to instantly calm your brain and body. Here are six ways to do that.
A helpful post about how to support those going through the trauma of a missing loved one, written by someone who went through it.
huffpost.com When Matt disappeared, my own life suddenly became public and seemed to be solely defined by this tragedy.
Stacy Jagger, Music City Family Therapy
dailymail.co.uk Researchers at Indiana University found that a random sample of gamers showed visible changes in magnetic-resonance scans after just a week of playing violent games.
medium.com Dr. Lisa Mosconi’s grandmother had two sisters and a brother. All three sisters died of Alzheimer’s. Their brother was spared. Why?
qz.com Life experiences wield particular influence over the brain during these select, sensitive periods.
"P**n is not meant to be s*x education."
theatlantic.com In the latest episode of Crazy/Genius, we wade into the debate over po*******hy to determine what, if anything, can be said about its effects on our relationships.
This incredible timelapse footage shows neurons connecting and growing. This is quite literally what your thoughts look like.
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Hello, my name is Tori (Victoria) Dorsey and I provide counseling services to individuals, couples, adolescents, and children. I'm currently pursuing a doctoral degree in pastoral care & counseling.
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