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Teen Dating Violence (TDV)

Teen Dating Violence (TDV) TDV is a type of intimate partner violence and can occur in one of 4 ways: Physical violence Sexual violence Psychological aggression Stalking Only 33% of teens in a violent relationship tell someone. Many adolescents only associate abuse...

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When Your Child Says “No” to College

Every parent wants the best for their child. They spend 18 years preparing their children for the world after high school. Many expect their child to continue their studies at college. What do you do when your child comes home and says “I don’t want to go to college”?...

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Suicide Prevention – Why it Matters and What You Can Do

Adrian Lira, Clinical Director at Family Houston Every 12 minutes someone dies of suicide in the United States which has caused it to become the 2nd leading cause of death for individuals between 18 and 34. 1 Suicide Prevention Week is September 8 – 14. Anyone could...

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7 WAYS TO SHOW YOUR CHILD THEY BELONG TO THE FAMILY

7 WAYS TO SHOW YOUR CHILD THEY BELONG TO THE FAMILY

We all have a desire to belong and to feel valued especially by those whom we love. When we include our children they feel valued, important, needed and most importantly loved. Check out this infographic for 7 ways you can show your child they belong. Why is it so...

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HELPING YOUR KIDS THOUGH DIVORCE

HELPING YOUR KIDS THOUGH DIVORCE

Divorce isn’t easy for anyone involved. But for children, parental breakups can be particularly tough. Help your child through this transition with these tips: Develop a vision of positive co-parenting. This vision should include a predictable time-sharing schedule...

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8 WAYS TO SHOW YOUR CHILD THEY ARE LOVED

8 WAYS TO SHOW YOUR CHILD THEY ARE LOVED

Every parent is unique in how they show love to their children.View this infographic to learn about eight ways you can show your child they are loved: There are little things you can do every day to show your child they are loved. Smiling at your child every morning...

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EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL CHANGES IN YOUR CHILD

EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL CHANGES IN YOUR CHILD

As parents, we are concerned with the well-being of our children at home, in school and in the community. Every child is unique and may experience development differently than their peers and siblings. Awareness of unexpected changes in your child’s behavior is one of...

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TAKING YOUR CHILD TO COUNSELING

TAKING YOUR CHILD TO COUNSELING

Counseling can help your child cope with issues such as family conflict, school problems, grief, divorce and bullying. Family Houston provides both individual and family counseling that focuses on strengths, problem solving and goal setting. WHAT TO EXPECT At Family...

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