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dealing with tragedy

Someone Else’s Tragedy

Everyone is mourning the loss of Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna as well as the seven other people that lost their lives last weekend. But, I’ve found parents of small children are having an especially hard time processing this loss. I’ve spent the better part of the last 24 hours in tears as I imagine […]

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Reading…I’ve Missed You.

There are few things I love more than picking up a new book. I have always been a “collector of books,” per se. I was the kid in school who would do my work as quickly as possible so that I could open up whatever I was reading at that moment. By sixth grade, I […]

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When a Baby Needs Mental Health Treatment

Most of my career has been devoted to play therapy and the mental health treatment of children ages 0-5-with a particular focus on trauma. When I tell people this they often understand the play therapy and trauma piece but act quite surprised at the 0-5 aspect. In fact, I even had a mental health professional […]

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