How can I add my child to my account?
- Log in and navigate to My Account.
- Under My Children, click Add.
- You can then choose to either create a new profile or link to an existing profile.
When is telehealth right for your child, and what can you use it for? Here’s when online urgent care can come in handy.
If you are a parent or guardian thinking about pursuing counseling for your child and are confused about what that might look like, you are not alone! Over the years, I have talked to many parents who were embarrassed or uncomfortable asking questions about therapy.
A first-time appointment with a therapist can cause a little nervousness – and children and teens are no exception. Here are some tips to help you prepare your child for their first session.
Rather than look at spring as a time to feel disappointed about not following through with your original New Year’s goals, see it as a time to regroup and rethink those resolutions. Check out these tips for getting back on track with realistic expectations for your resolutions:
Addiction is a difficult topic for many people — usually because they suffer from it or know somebody who does. It can also be amplified by many things, one of which is extreme stress from challenging life events, such as COVID-19. The pandemic has put a unique spin on what it means to have and manage an addiction. Because we are home and possibly unable to attend meetings with support systems and sponsors, it may feel a little lonelier than usual.
Anger is a normal human emotion, but if it’s frequent or intense it can harm your physical and mental health and damage your relationships. Learn ways to stay calm and keep anger from escalating.
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