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Ways to help your child overcome obstacles
Janet Hicks Ph.D.
When should parents worry that one of their children is going beyond normal teasing?
How does being part of your generation affect the way you view the world?
Why is the school counselor not available when my child needs help? Help curb violent behaviors by advocating for your school's counselor.
Why is my sixth grade child behaving differently toward me?
How can a parent help their child when he is bullying others? A few suggestions to get to the heart of the problem.
Is your child unhappy about an upcoming move?
How can I help my child survive our divorce?
How can I help my child when the teacher says he/she is misbehaving?
What can I do to help my child who is intentionally injuring himself?
How can I support my child if she performs poorly on the PSAT?
What can parents do to get children ready to go back to school?
What do most parents ask about cyber-bullying? These answers explain the changing tide of bullying.
Children are talking to strangers online and, worse yet, meeting them face-to-face. What is a parent to do?
My child is being bullied. How can I help?
Janet Hicks, Ph.D., is a professor of counselor education at Belmont University and a licensed professional counselor who specializes in child and adolescent development.