Carrie Krawiec, LMFT

Carrie Krawiec, LMFT

Carrie Krawiec, LMFT

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. verified by Psychology Today Directory

Articles

Lawnmower Parenting: Clearing a Path for Kids Can Lead to a Bumpy RideWe’re all familiar with the term Helicopter Parent–those parents that hover over their children constantly fussing and worrying. 
”Lawnmower parents” are the newest and most aggressive breed of helicopter parent. The term refers to those who “clear a path” for their kid, smoothing over any rough patches before their kids even encounter them. These are […]
Teen Sexting: Information for ParentsOn Friday October 17, 2014, Dan O’Neil, Birmingham Maple Clinic therapist, spoke with WJR’s Paul W. Smith on the topic of sexting. This interview addressed growing parent concern following the recent legal issues plaguing hundreds of teens in two metro-Detroit communities. Sexting, the act of sending sexually explicit messages, primarily between mobile phones, differs from […]
Sexting: What Parents Need to KnowDozens of students at three Metro-Detroit schools are facing felony charges after circulating nude photos on their phones. Students at Rochester Adams High School and Van Hoosen Middle School in Rochester Hills and Romeo Sr. High in Romeo, MI are under investigation for “sexting” – photographing, sharing or possessing underage images on their cell phones. These […]
How to Tell When Your Child Needs a TutorWe are living in an age dominated by technology, two working parents , cuts in educational funding, and government determined educational standards.  Educators are overwhelmed, and time for one on one communication with students has diminished.  Need for a tutor is evident when a child expresses frustration about one or more subjects in school, refuses […]
October 5-11 is Mental Illness Awareness WeekIn 1990, the US Congress established the first full week of October as Mental Illness Awareness Week in order to raise awareness, educate the public, and end the stigma associated with mental illness. Millions of Americans face the daily reality of living with a mental health condition, and mental illness impacts the loved ones and […]