The school year can come with many challenges. For some parents and caregivers, your child’s teacher may be pointing out the ways they are struggling—with things like behavioral or emotional difficulties, or even work refusal. In those instances, here are eight ways to be an advocate for your child, while also supporting their teacher. Remember
Whether it’s visiting family, attending a wedding, booking a cruise or flying to new, exciting lands, travel can be a great opportunity for fun, relaxation and connection. Unfortunately, when we hear talk about upcoming travel plans, it’s often filled with stress, fatigue, and lamenting over how in the world we’re going to get everything done—tying
At Ethos Wellness, we’re proud to provide behavioral health care to people of all ages, including children 11 and under. Our Director of Children’s Services, Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor and Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor Danielle Tschirhart, utilizes her extensive experience supporting children through teaching, counseling and play therapy to oversee these offerings while continuing to work with
Roddy Young, BS, MSW, LCSW is a certified Imago Relationship Therapist at Ethos Wellness – Lovett and has been providing therapy to individuals and couples in both medical and private-practice settings for nearly 20 years. Through Imago, Roddy’s goal is to help couples discover why they are drawn to each other, what is causing the
There are few words that create as many conflicted emotions in people as “relationships.” Sometimes we desire them, sometimes we detest them. We obsess about not having one, followed by a strategy to get out of one. They can be extreme and difficult, flat and lackluster, or like a roller-coaster, with adrenaline-filled ups and downs.
Goal-setting is a vital part of success and can help push us forward in many different aspects, including mental health and recovery. Setting goals can be easy, but reaching them is another story. We may begin extremely motivated, then lose sight of why we started. We may want something so badly, but we’re unable to