Individual, couple, family therapy with children, adolescents and adults. Areas of specialization include family conflicts between parents and teens, marriage counseling, co-parenting following divorce, step-parenting, peer relationships, emotional regulation, anxiety, depression, self-mutilation/cutting and self-esteem. Specific training in Parent Management Training-Oregon (PMT-O Specialist); a behavior management technique for parents to utilize with children to prevent and reduce behavior issues in school age children. Integrated problem-centered approach.
The Importance of Daily “Me” TimeBirmingham Maple Clinic therapist Kate Smith talks to Dr. Deanna Lites of WWJ-AM News Radio 950 about the importance of taking time for yourself each day. Rather than being selfish, small daily rituals can help you feel more grounded and refreshed, enabling you to be available to others. Click here to hear the segment in its […]
BMC Therapist Talks Tech Addiction on WWJ 950Birmingham Maple Clinic therapist Dan O’Neil talked with Dr. Deanna Lites of WWJ News Radio 950 about the importance of maintaining a healthy balance between “screen time” and face to face interaction. Listen to the full segment here. Published by: BMC on May 17, 2016.Last Revised by: Cal Lupton
Coping with the Loss of a Child on Mother’s DayFrom Rheyanne Weaver of www.empowher.com: I never knew there was such a thing as Bereaved Mother’s Day until last month, when I lost my first child before he was even born. I had searched for any online groups and pages dedicated to losing a child, clinging on to any reminder that I wasn’t alone in […]
BMC Welcomes Dr. Deanna Lites of WWJ 950 RadioBirmingham Maple Clinic welcomed local reporter Dr. Deanna Lites of WWJ 950 to the clinic this morning for a round of interviews with a variety of clinic staff on topics that affect children, adults, couples and families. Birmingham Maple Clinic therapists discussed infidelity, financial infidelity, boundaries, sexual addiction, reducing addictive online or computer behavior in kids, reducing the impact […]
A Promising New Approach to Treating Children With ADHDA new ADHD study focuses on treating children with behavioral therapy before medicine, and doctors say it’s an approach that could change the way young children are treated. Click here to view the full segment. Published by: BMC on April 27, 2016.Last Revised by: Cal Lupton