Separation Anxiety

How should you deal with separation anxiety? Although it can make life rather difficult for parents, separation anxiety is a normal stage of your child’s development.  It is an indication that your child has formed a secure attachment to you and feels happy and safe when they’re with you. Being separated from you for short […]

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Children and divorce: What to do when your child doesn’t want to visit the other parent.

Children and divorce – more often than not an explosive combination.   In my practice I’m consulted from time to time in cases where a child refuses to visit the non-primary caregiver – the “other parent” so to speak.  And generally, this creates problems on all sides: The primary caregiver is usually torn between forcing the […]

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