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Generation Y in the News

I am not sure if any of you saw the local newscast about Generation Y last week, but I found it SO interesting! Not only did they discuss some of the trends of the group, but also how Gen Y-ers are changing the way companies approach their employees as they are entering the work force. […]

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Your Children and Your Television

Many families struggle with finding time to spend together amidst all of the obligations and activities of life. Sports, homework, dinner, baths, clubs and projects leave little opportunity to sit and chat about the day. Now throw in the television set and the hours each day that it is on “spending time” with your children. […]

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Play Therapy Toys

I often encourage parents to play with their children in their homes and discuss the potential benefits of doing so. I have had several parents ask me if any toys are okay, or should there be specific toys chosen for the play times. In answer to those questions, here is a detailed explanation of which […]

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YMCA Healthy Kids Day Event

The Kid Counselor was invited on Sat. Apr. 14th to host a table at the annual YMCA Healthy Kids Day event. The Palm Harbor branch was very gracious to let us inform the community about our services and about Play Therapy in general. We want to thank the Suncoast YMCA organization for their help in […]

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Learning Styles of Children

Many parents struggle with feeling that their children do not listen to them, or “must learn the hard way”. It seems no matter how many times you try to teach them something, they don’t get it. Sometimes, it can be even more frustrating that kids don’t put what they learn into practice. Something to consider […]

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