Ways to Reconnect with Your Spouse

One common complaint of married couples is they feel disconnected from each other. Is this how you feel? Do you wish you were close to your spouse like you used to be years ago? If you feel disconnected, you can take steps to reconnect. While this might take some work and feel a little awkward at first, it can help. A marriage counselor can help you find ways to reconnect, and here are some ideas that might help. [Read More]

Understanding The Four Main Types Of ADHD Counseling

If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, their doctor may suggest a combination of medication and behavioral therapy to help manage their ADHD and support them in social and academic environments. Generally, four types of counseling are recommended for children with ADHD. Understanding them better can help you and your child's therapist create a plan for your family.  Behavioral parent training (BPT)‚Äč  Parent training can give you the skills and confidence you need to create a structured environment at home that will support your child's development. [Read More]

Dealing With A Heroin Addiction? 4 Reasons To Choose Suboxone Treatment Instead Of Methadone

If you're struggling with a heroin addiction, you may think you only have one treatment option. That was true in the past. Several years ago, methadone was the only treatment available for heroin addiction. Now, there's another medication available for heroin addiction treatment. That medication is called suboxone. Suboxone is a highly effective way to overcome your addiction. There are several benefits to choosing suboxone instead of methadone for your recovery program. [Read More]

Open Adoption Services And The Benefits To The Child

Being an adopted child can leave the young person with many unanswered questions. Open adoption services try to bridge the distance between adoptive families and biological families in ways that make sense for the child. The adoptive and birth parents go into an open adoption agreement with parameters set in place by both sets of parents, and it is a legally binding contract designed with the child's best interests in mind. [Read More]