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How to Recognize Signs of Anxiety in Children Under 10

You can already predict the scenario as you begin the bedtime routine with your child. Baths are done, stories are read, and now it’s time for bed. Your child needs exactly the right things in bed that are positioned in just the right way. Then you are peppered with questions about how you can be []

A Personal Story | Suicide Prevention Week

  Featured Expert: Amy Henderson, LCPC The morning of June 4, 2013, I was at the local library with my four children for the summer reading program. My kids were excited for new books and to collect prizes. I was at a kiosk, looking up a book, when I received a text message from a []

Ask an Edge Expert: September 2019

The Case for Journaling: Featured Expert: Katie Sheehan, LSW Journaling is a regularly suggested activity in my office. I’m often met with similar variations of the same question. “How is that supposed to help me?” I get it. You have visions of a butterfly laden journal filled with your deepest secrets about your dreamy crush []

Ask An Edge Expert: August 2019 Bonus Expert

How To Deal With Back-to-School Worries Featured Expert: Alexandria Gohla, LSW After spending several years in the school system as a School Social Worker, I’ve seen my fair share of first day jitters in students and parents alike! Back to school can be a stressful time and worries are common. Students worry about may different []

Counseling for Couples: 5 Signs It’s Time to See a Therapist

Intimate relationships are so fulfilling when you feel in-step with your partner. But sometimes, things just feel “off.” Even healthy relationships experience difficulties. This is where couples counseling can help equip you with the tools you need to get your relationship back on track. Below, we will discuss 5 signs it’s time for a couple []