Oradell child counselor

Oradell Child Counselor

Child therapy in Oradell Raising a child is more than just a full-time job. As a parent, it can be challenging to juggle everything in life in addition to making sure that your kids are well and developing into well-adjusted independent individuals. But things happen, and issues can arise with children, whether they are behavior based or caused by a traumatic incident. Here at Mars & Venus, you and your child can meet with our Oradell child counselor to get to the root of the problem and figure out a plan that will help you both improve the quality of your lives. Child counseling is often part of family counseling,

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Couples Counseling River Edge

Couples Counseling River Edge

Couples Counseling Services in River Edge There are problems in every relationship; even the best of them. Like everything in life, nothing is perfect and there are times when things can get difficult. However, if you are having difficulties in your relationship that you are unable to resolve on your own with your partner, you might want to consider seeing a couples counseling River Edge. If you’re looking for an experienced and effective couples therapist who can provide you and your partner with effective couples counseling River Edge, you’re in the right place. Our professional therapists at Mars & Venus will help restore your relationship and to help you feel

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Child Counselor in Oradell

Child Counselor in Oradell

Counseling and Therapy for Children in Oradell At our counseling center, Mars & Venus, we offer counseling for both adults and children. If you are looking for an expert child counselor in Oradell, you should contact us for effective and experienced counseling and therapy for children; our center director is Richard Drobnick and our co-director is Morrisa Drobnick. If you are looking for an expert and highly trained child counselor in Oradell, you should come to our practice where we offer child, teen, and family therapy. Our New Jersey Centers for Counseling provides individual counseling services for young people who are experiencing various symptoms. Children and adolescents can experience emotional,

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Bergen County Child Counselor

Bergen County Child Counselor

Child Counseling in Bergen County New Jersey Centers for Counseling, also known as Mars & Venus Counseling, knows how sensitive a subject child counseling is. Children are often fearful of therapy and require a special dialogue to help them feel comfortable enough to clearly express their feelings. Our Bergen County child counselor offers individual specialized counseling services that are designed just for children, adolescents and young people. Our variety of expertise allows us to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions and issues in children. Teenagers and children can experience a variety of emotions and distress during their developmental stages. This distress can take the form of social anxiety

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Bergen County child therapy

What Do You Tell Your Children about Death?

In light of what happened in our Bergen County, Northern NJ community that Mars & Venus is a part of: In most families, parents don’t think about explaining death to their children until a relative dies. In the past, when people were born and died at home, death was a natural part of everyday life and children took part in that event with everybody else. Today it is important to be aware that an understanding of death does not enter a child’s picture of the world by itself. Children have to be told about death. It will make sorrow and death much easier for a child to deal with if

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Bergen County marriage family therapist

Children, Teens, and Divorce in Bergen County

Morrisa Drobnick, LCSW, staff writer and advice columnist of “KIDS Magazine” answers questions about children and divorce. Q: My husband and I have been in a bad marriage for years. We have discussed divorce many times. We have two children. We try to be civil with each other, but often our anger flares up. At this point, we are staying together only for the kids. Are we doing the best thing? R.D. Paramus. A: Dear R.D. You didn’t mention if therapy for your relationship had been attempted. If not, I always recommend therapy for couples and especially therapy to aid with the divorce decision. Indeed, divorce may be the only

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Oradell child counselor

Children and Fear and Child Counseling in Oradell and Franklin Lakes, NJ

Morrisa Drobnick, LCSW, staff writer and advice columnist of “KIDS Magazine” answers a questions about children and fear. Q – My son is afraid to go on the school bus. He is six years old and says he’d rather I take him and pick him up. What can I do? – A Working Mom, Hackensack. A – Fears and phobias are common and within the normal range for a school age child. Focus your attention on helping your child cope with his fears. Ask him what makes him afraid of taking the bus. You may be surprised by his answer. A rattling window or the thought that the driver might

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Children and Halloween in Bergen County

Halloween in Bergen County means fun, candy, and pretending, but three, four, and five year olds do not have a true understanding of fantasy and reality. Children can express fear around this holiday to indicate that they need help with sorting things out. When children express fearfulness, a parent can help best by being sensitive and supportive. Children’s emotional development can progress and regress at certain points. Kids may handle an emotion, such as fear, with some control one moment, and then the next day may exhibit no control over the same fear. One minute preschoolers may be thrilled with their choice of Halloween costume, and then the next minute

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Children and Finances in Bergen County – Teaneck, Oradell, and Ramsey

Morrisa Drobnick, LCSW, staff writer and advice columnist of “KIDS Magazine” answers questions about children and finances. Financial stress and family economics have always been a part of life. Introduce children early to financial cooperation and they will view themselves as important family team members. Make a conscious effort to teach the value of money early, using simple examples. Confronting harsh family realities is never easy, but it is nice to know that there are parents who are helping their children adapt positively. Q – We had such difficulty telling our kids about my husband losing his job. Seeing us depressed is not helping. We don’t want to scare them

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