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“Helping Children Cope with the Impact of Divorce” by Bill Immel, LCSW

It is reassuring to know that children are inherently resilient by God’s perfect design and empowerment in coping with crisis and change.  Many factors vary in families going through a divorce such as the children’s developmental stage, the parent’s relationship with the child, the parent’s relationship history and present relational abilities with each other as co-parents, and the relationship

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Self-Injury: Teens & Cutting by Cathy Clevenger, LCSW

Self-injury among teens is common and the rate may be increasing. As a parent finding out that your child is engaging in self-injury can be scary and overwhelming. Parents are often unaware of how often this occurs in teen culture today and are confused about why their child would engage in this type of behavior. Cutting by teens is not the same as attempted suicide. In fact, professionals now refer to this behavior as

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