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Troubled teens and in-home family counseling

Would my troubled teen benefit from in-home family counseling? By T. Martin Graverson, M.A. – Therapist As a counselor, I am biased towards the questions regarding whether or not in-home family counseling is beneficial for my child, for many reasons.  First of all, it’s what I do for a living, and frankly I love what […]

Being an Engaged Father

“Longing for a Father” By T. Martin Graverson, M.A. – Therapist Father hunger is “the emotional and psychological longing that a person has for a father who has been physically, emotionally, or psychologically distant in the person’s life.” – P.B. Perrin As a father of four children, I have embarked on one of the most […]

How do I help my son with bullying at school?

My son is being bullied at school, what can I do to help? By Alicia DiGiulio, M.A., MSEd. Therapist There are many solutions to bullying, and every solution will be different based upon a child’s unique circumstances. Once a parent identifies that bullying has taken place, there are steps that can effectively manage the situation […]

[Infographic] Bullying

Bullying can affect everyone, but it’s most common among children. Learning the symptoms of bullying can help identify if your child is struggling and to identify when you need to take next steps. If you think your child is being bullied or if they are bullying others, in-home family counseling can help.