How To Prevent Conflict With Your Child Over Homework
An all too common problem that we address at CFI is when children are less than completely honest about whether they have homework.
Instead of offering children the opportunity to be deceptive in their response to whether they have homework, let's consider "homework" as really being a combination of assignments given by a teacher plus assignments given by a parent.
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Dr. William B. Berman
Back-to-School for Single Dads
I see many newly divorced or separated fathers in my office who are good dads. They have been involved in their child's life attending parent-teacher conferences and all of the holiday parties at the grade school. They went because their wife had informed them of the school schedule and they made it a priority to show up.
And then they stop. Not because they are suddenly bad fathers or they stopped caring about their children but because they lost their in-home secretary.
Click here to see Mr. McElroy's tips for back-to-school dads on our blog page.
Bowden McElroy, LPC
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|ADHD and Mental Health as it Relates to Your Child's Education|
Many parents are not aware that school systems are not able to adequately diagnose ADHD (Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) or mental health disorders that impact students' ability to perform at their best academically and behaviorally.
Where should parents turn to seek out appropriate diagnosis, treatment, and assistance in navigating the educational system to provide the best opportunities for their children?
Please continue reading on our blog (click here) for further discussion of mental health concerns and educational needs.
Dr. Tim Doty
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