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.
But Is That Suit Really You?Therapist Carrie Krawiec talked with Dr. Deanna Lites of WWJ-AM News Radio 950 about the impact colors can have on our perception of others. Listen to the full segment here. Published by: BMC on July 20, 2016.Last Revised by: Cal Lupton
Keep Political Disagreements from Ruining Your RelationshipTherapist Carrie Krawiec talked with Dr. Deanna Lites of WWJ-AM News Radio 950 about ways couples can navigate their political differences. Listen to the full segment here. Published by: BMC on July 20, 2016.Last Revised by: Cal Lupton
Therapist Linda Diaz Discusses Mindfulness Meditation at BMC On Friday July 15, 2016 Birmingham Maple Clinic therapist, Linda Diaz, conducted an in-service for clinicians on Mindfulness Mediation. Linda explained the benefits of mindfulness mediation practice. An important benefit highlighted was the increased awareness and decreased stimulation such that people can make choice about how they want to respond and thus react versus respond. This improves […]
Supervision and Flexibility Are Key To Safe Online GamingIn a single week Pokemon Go has reached more than 7.5 million users. It has sparked controversy because its use led to countless injuries and inspired criminals to set traps for unsuspecting teens. Parents should consider ramping up supervision and monitoring to make sure their teens can enjoy the game safely and responsibly. Some ideas for parents: Rules […]
Pokemon Go: From Accidents to Stranger Danger, Tips to Keeping Kids SafeFrom Autumn Yates at highya.com: We’d been searching for ten minutes when the screen showed a rustle in the grass to our right. My guide became instantly excited—would it be a Charmander? A Jigglypuff? We were about to find out. Then, just as we were about to close in on the spot, the Pokémon disappeared. […]