Emotional intelligence is the ability to be aware of how other people are feeling around you. Emotional intelligence helps us use empathy to cater to the emotions of others, and helps give a person a foundation of social skills that prove to be useful in dealing with friends, relationships, and even strangers. For this reason, …Continue Reading »
When your child starts to go to elementary school and develops more of an identity about who they are, it is natural that they might not be willing to discuss everything with you that they once would have. However, some children may even find themselves walling their thoughts off from their parents, entirely. This can …Continue Reading »
Presented by Deborah Christensen, PHD, MSCP
Friday, November 17th, 2017
From 9:00am to 4:00pm
at the Sandy Courtyard Marriott
1701 S. Holiday Park Rd, Sandy – just south of the Southtown Mall
6 Continuing Education Credits Available (CE is approved by NASW)
Registration Price: $150
Registration begins at 8:30
Please call 801.878.9160 to register.
Registration is limited.
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Far too many children in the world suffer from some sort of trauma-based disorder. Trauma in children usually occurs after a disturbing event that drastically impacts a child’s life. These events could be violent, dangerous, or emotionally destructive, among other things. However, regardless of the specific event, what remains constant is that these things are …Continue Reading »
Children who grow up with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can experience stress and anxiety that stems from those traumatic events for their entire adult lives, if they are never addressed and tackled in the mind of that individual. For this reason, it’s important to get PTSD treated in children as soon as possible. Oftentimes, the …Continue Reading »
Be still (and not be anxious); wear the hush of tranquility.
Be quiet (and not rehearse the words); open my inner ears.
Be content (and not withdraw permission to be so); manifest serenity.
Hunger (and not evade the pangs); recognize the sign of need.
Eat (and not shun this essential act); receive nourishment, giving thanks.
Sleep (and not lament dreaming); …Continue Reading »
Hello! My name is Jennifer McNamara, and I am going to be guest-writing a blog for Corner Canyon Counseling for the next year or so. If you would like to reach out to me, my email address is email@example.com
A little history, some of it ancient and some of it more current — because I am …Continue Reading »
Anxiety disorders are recognized and diagnosed at a rate today that is higher than they’ve ever been. Children are no exception to this fact. Children who suffer from anxiety can have their academic performance suffer and struggle with other health problems. As such, it is incredibly important to get anxiety diagnosed early on. To do …Continue Reading »
Individuals who suffer from an anxiety disorder can have an especially hard time in the morning. Even worse, starting the day off with a ton of anxiety can make it harder to develop good coping mechanisms and sticking to them throughout the rest of the day. For this reason, it is important to develop good …Continue Reading »
Recent advances in virtual reality technology have expanded its capabilities in a variety of different fields, from conducting surgery to teaching soldiers about real-life battle applications. However, ever since the 1990’s, virtual reality has continuously been experimented with therapeutic applications. Recently, though, the usage of virtual reality has begun to ramp up as these experiments …Continue Reading »