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Troy Schools Article

December 7, 2012 Birmingham Maple Clinic therapists Kristen Beesley, Jim Kors, and Carrie Krawiec, along with child and adolescent psychiatrist, Dr. Jeffrey London presented to Troy Public School’s counselors, social workers, and psychologists on the topic of differentiating between ADHD, Anxiety, and Depression. The staff from Troy Public Schools visited the clinic to learn about … Read more

Birmingham Maple’s Peer Supervision Article

Once per month Birmingham Maple Clinic therapists meet voluntarily for peer education and discussion about topics related to current trends or issues in the treatment of individuals, couples or families or the practice of psychotherapy. This month clinicians discussed the impact of social media and electronic communication, such as texting, Facebook, and email, on clients’ … Read more

Repair After Affair Article

Often Hollywood romances begin when a young attractive couple’s on-screen chemistry turns into off-screen passion. Former “It” couple, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson fit this bill to the tee. Much like what is true for other high profile pairs, the relationship ends publicly swirled with rumors of affair and dalliance. Kristen and Robert had millions … Read more

Boston Article on Healthy Relationships for Teens

250 Boston-area teenagers learned about healthy relationships at a seminar at Simmons College on Thursday. The dating advice, interestingly, came from an unlikely source: city government officials. The seminar is part of a larger national program called Start Strong. The aim of the program is to reduce and prevent negative dating behavior such as cheating, … Read more

Harville Hendrix Article

In a recent blog article, renowned marriage therapist, Harville Hendrix, PhD, identified the importance of creating a “state of curiosity” as an approach to revive romance felt in early stages of the relationship. Dr. Hendrix recognizes that day-to-day grinds of work and children can deplete energy needed to put back into the relationship and cautions … Read more

Autism Study & Autism Awareness Month Article

Groundbreaking new research is among the first to link obesity to autism. The study printed Monday April 9, 2012 in the journal, Pediatrics,  announces that obesity during pregnancy may increase chances for a child having autism.  This does not prove that obesity causes autism but rather raises obesity as one of many contributing factors that … Read more