Part One: Why You Should Raise Securely Attached Children

It wasn’t until the combined efforts of John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth that the world discovered the instinctual, evolutionary, and marginally distinctive behaviors exhibiting the need for healthy attachment between children and their parental figures to survive and...

A Parent’s Guide to Raising a More Confident Child

Most of the time, a child’s confidence stems from learned behaviors of the adults around them. As a parent, the ability to raise a child beaming with poise can become challenging. Along with setting a good example as a parent, here are some tips to help any child feel...

What To Do If Your Child Experiences School Anxiety

Children of all ages can experience school anxiety. At the onset of a new school year, it’s normal to have first-day-of-school anxiety about all the changes they are going to face – unexplored territory, a new set of faces in the classroom, unfamiliar teachers...

How Autism Affects Children’s Development

It should be no surprise that children who have been diagnosed with autism develop at a different rate and capacity than children without autism. Autism shows itself differently in children depending on its severity, but it affects very similar areas of development....