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October Resource Roundup

October Resource Roundup

October was a busy month here at Life Cycles Counseling! We hosted our stress-busting Open House, interviewed Anne Moss for a recent blog and shared a lot of excellent resources along the way. Here’s this month’s resource roundup, in case you missed anything. Happy Halloween! Addiction & Substance Abuse Addiction Rehab Clinic Opens in Algeria […]

Children and Mental Health: Cyberstalking, Harassment and Sexting

Mental Health and Children: Sexting, Cyberstalking and Harassment

If you are a fan of CSI, then you have probably seen the new addition to the CSI family – Patricia Arquette. Arquette plays the head of the cyber crime’s unit on CSI-Cyber. The unit is called in on cyberstalking, identity theft, and even cases involving hacked baby cams! It is very hard to commit […]

Canine Therapists: the 4-legged witness

4-Legged Witness

By: Bunny Young, LCC Resident Animals can be extremely calming for a person who has experienced trauma or has remembered a horrible experience that happened to them. Detectives and police officers often find it difficult to get witnesses to relive the details of their trauma, which can sometimes make prosecution impossible. When I was working […]

Ways to Build your Child’s Self – Esteem

by Adina Silvestri Whether young or old, self-esteem is something we all would like a bit more of. I have listened as parents ask the question:  “What can I do to help.” The answer is simple. Let’s start a dialogue on this most important subject.   Self esteem means to have respect for yourself and […]