Most of us are familiar with the concept of burnout or feeling exhausted due to prolong work and stress. Burnout has three components that can affect our emotions, cause us to feel detached from life, and decrease our sense of accomplishment.
Phil Erichsen M.A. LHMC (part of Crosswinds’ team of qualified and compassionate counselors), discusses some strategies for monitoring your child’s mental health as your child(ren) make the transition back to school.
We tend to overlook the importance of role models. Both
having and being a role model can greatly impact our overall emotional
health and well-being.
Maintaining healthy relationships with your children, siblings, parents, or even those close lifelong friends can be challenging. Here are a few tips for strengthening relationships […]
Written by: Shannon Brady-McElroy, SYMBIS Specialist/Therapist, M.S., M.H.C. When someone dies by suicide, family and friends are prone to feeling significant bewilderment about the death. They […]
By Sarah Lohman, LISW-S (Crosswinds’ Ohio Clinical Social Worker)The emotions many children go through related to their adoption are as complicated and varied as children […]
How many of us this Christmas will go shopping for typical gifts such as toys, clothes, and jewelry? These novelties are fun and exciting, but […]
Losing a loved one is an awful life event for anyone, no matter your age. When family’s experience grief together, each family member can struggle with balancing their […]
It’s challenging to know how to parent difficult teens. If you’re wondering, “how do I successfully raise a teenager?”, you’re not alone. Fortunately, there are […]
By Michelle K. Forgey, LMHC, LPC, RPT, MA The word “family” is a powerful one. No two families are alike; each carries its own unique […]
When you are a parent with a teenager in crisis, it is common to ask where it all went wrong. Often, feelings of guilt and […]
Relationships are one of the most significant aspects of life. It is inevitable that your teenager will suffer the loss of a friend or family […]