JUNO COUNSELING AND WELLNESS

Month: March 2022

Questions Parents May have About Nonsuicidal Self-Injury and Their Adolescent

Questions Parents May have About Nonsuicidal Self-Injury and Their Adolescent By: Gina Cipriano   Self-harm can entail behaviors such as cutting, burning, banging head against wall, scratching oneself, etc. People who engage in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) may use behaviors, such as these, to harm themselves without having suicidal intention. Why is my Child Engaging in […]

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Post Pandemic and the New Normal

Teens and Counseling By: Vanessa Gonzalez   Suddenly, it feels like life has started to turn back to “normal” post-pandemic. However, it doesn’t feel quite like things were two years ago. Globally, we are shifting into what is considered the “new normal.” A new way to adjust and live through the anxiety of what this […]

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Recognizing Lent Safely While Having an Eating Disorder

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Attachment Styles

Attachment Styles By: Vanessa Gonzalez   Attachment styles influence how we behave and act in our relationships. They are established in childhood in the bond between infant and parent or caregiver and how they interact. It’s an exchange between comfort and care and a means by which the child gets their primary needs met.   […]

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Teens and Counseling

Teens and Counseling By: Vanessa Gonzalez   We were once all were moody teenagers at one point in time. However, it can be hard to remember just how difficult it actually was as an adult. The teenage years can be challenging for not only the teens but also for the parents. Teenagers face many pressures, […]

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Playing with Sand Can Help Us Communicate our Emotions

Playing with Sand Can Help Us Communicate our Emotions By: Vanessa Gonzalez   When was the last time you played in a sandbox or went to the beach and wholeheartedly made a sandcastle? While these activities aren’t necessarily therapeutic, sand can be an excellent tool for therapeutic treatment – much like play therapy or art […]

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How Play Can Benefit your Child’s Mental Health

How Play Can Benefit your Child’s Mental Health By: Vanessa Gonzalez   “Do you want to play?” This is one of the first things children will ask, whether to a parent, adult, or child. If you’ve been around a child, you know that children crave spending individual with someone they care about to play with […]

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Is There a Difference Between Shame and Guilt?

  Is There a Difference Between Shame and Guilt? By: Vanessa Gonzalez   Guilt and shame – these words are often used interchangeably. While they both, by definition, are negative feelings we may have as a response to our actions and behavior, they are two separate words for a reason and have two different meanings. […]

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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing By Gina Cipriano   According to the EMDR Institute Inc., Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) was developed in the 1990s and has surged in popularity due to its effectiveness in the treatment of trauma. EMDR has shown to be especially beneficial for people with diagnosis such as post-traumatic stress […]

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EMDR for Children and Why It can Help

EMDR for Children and Why It can Help By Gina Cipriano   EMDR can be used with children and adolescents to assist in the treatment of attention deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), post-traumatic stress disorder, trauma, and attachment issues. This blog post will address how it can help in treating trauma and ADHD. In the previous […]

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