Family Therapy Group of Weston Blog
Fun self-control games to Play with your child
By: Orianna Torres Have you ever found yourself saying to your child, “Can you please stay still?” Or even used the ultimate cry of desperation, “STOP IT NOW. Don’t do ...Read More →
Vaping Dangers- What you need to know as a parent to help your teen.
By: William Barney As we swing back into the school year since summer vacation, new fears and anxieties come from both teens and parents. For the teens, it's the new ...Read More →
Making the most out of your freshman year in college
By: Sarah Rohan, LMHC Entering college is an exciting time to experience new things, meet new people and expand your knowledge. Most students need a little time to adjust to ...Read More →
Is your Child struggling with back to School Anxiety?
By: Madison Wolfe- Returning back to school can be fun and exciting for some kids, and for others, it can be troublesome. If your child is anxious for the first ...Read More →
Bittersweet. A mom’s guide to her firstborn grown and flown.
By: Lezlie Brezin, LCSW It's 3 am. I toss and turn, hot flashes envelop my body and my mind begins to make another list. I am that age. In that ...Read More →
Consejos para consentirte a ti misma en este mes de las madres
By: Esmeralda Faroh, LMFT Ser madre trae muchas cosas hermosas en la vida, sin embargo no es una tarea fácil y viene con muchas responsabilidades que cambian totalmente nuestro estilo ...Read More →
Un Mensaje De Corazón para mujeres con problemas de infertilidad.
By: Magaly Gauntlett Lidiar con problemas de infertilidad es un proceso muy doloroso y difícil que cualquier mujer puede experimentar. Las mujeres se preparan desde muy niñas para ser madres. ...Read More →
Tips on Supporting an Expecting or New Mother on Mother’s Day
By: Samantha Brazen Motherhood- an individualized journey consisting of love, commitment, friendship, fear, frustration, worry, and laughs. As a first-time expecting mother, at least those are some things I anticipate ...Read More →
A heartfelt message to women who struggle with infertility.
By: Magaly Gauntlett Dealing with infertility issues is one of the most painful and difficult moments that any woman can experience. It often feels that most people around us do ...Read More →
Are you struggling with “Not good Enough Mother” worry?
by: Jesus Moreno, LMHC We all have sometimes wondered If we are doing things right as parents. In addition, there is tons of information online about how to be a ...Read More →
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Building and Maintaining Relationships while the kids are small
By: Marianne Jimenez- Have the kids taken over intimacy? Do you struggle to set aside “we time”? Let’s face it, once the baby is born – life becomes all about ...Read More →
Being ok with being alone
By: Madison Wolfe- During this time of the year, we are often reminded if we are in a relationship or if we are single. All over social media, we are ...Read More →
How to make sense of a relationship with a narcissist.
By: Magaly Gauntlett- Being in a committed relationship involves intimacy, love, compassion, trust and care among other things. There are times when love fluctuates in intensity from time to time, ...Read More →
What do Long Covid Symptoms look like?
By: Dr. Dagmar Nuñez, Psy.D.- The Covid19 pandemic is (almost?) over. However, we continue to learn about the consequences of this virus. More people are reporting symptoms that linger after ...Read More →
Feeling Jealousy over the holidays?
By: Madison Wolfe- For some people, the holiday season is the happiest time of the year. For others, this is a reminder of what’s not right in your life. During ...Read More →
Strategies for teens to avoid Family Conflict during the Holidays
By: William Barney Let's be honest; as a teenager, the holidays mean jumping on the PS5 or Xbox and playing Call of Duty or maybe even some God of War ...Read More →
How Social Media can Increase Holiday Loneliness
By: Orianna Torres You probably know how it all begins… Your neighborhood is lit up with the endless sea of Christmas lights. Holiday music and films resonate throughout your home ...Read More →
Consejos Invaluables sobre la crianza de nuestros hijos
By: Esmeralda Faroh Uno de los compromisos más grandes que adquirimos en la vida como seres humanos es cuando decidimos traer un niño(a) al mundo. Ese hermoso y complejo compromiso ...Read More →
Why do things alone when you can do them with others? The benefits of group therapy.
By: William Barney There are a variety of psychotherapy approaches to approaching mental health, and one of those options is Group therapy which is a great way to cope with ...Read More →
Could my Parenting Style be doing more harm than good?
by: Julie Sherman Parenting in today’s world can be very stressful and it’s natural from stressing over developmental milestones, school safety, academic achievement, making friends, and bullying….being a parent is ...Read More →