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Parenting Advice – The Big Secret

Parenting Advice – The Big Secret

Friends, family, and clients often ask me the same question – what is the best bit of parenting wisdom and advice I received and can pass on to them? That’s a tough question to answer, as it appears that every family is different, and every child has unique challenges...

Why Therapy?

Why Therapy?

“What will therapy actually do for me?” “I don’t know if it’s going to work.” “My problems aren’t that bad.” Sound familiar? Before I experienced therapy myself, these were common thoughts I would tell myself to perpetuate the stigma that therapy is ineffective, and...

Goal-Setting for the New Year

      DOWNLOAD YOUR VISION BOARD HERE! Happy New Year! Not only are we into a new year, we have entered a whole new decade. If you are at all similar to me, when I stop and think about what has occurred in my life over the last 10 years, I feel like a...

Props for Parents

Props for Parents

Reaching Your Child During Severe Anxiety Anxiety is by far the number one presenting problem in our office, for both adults and children alike. Sometimes the anxiety gets so strong and painful that it manifests itself in extreme behaviors and  resents itself like...

New in 2020: Tele-Therapy!

Convenience, Comfort, Connection We have a fantastic announcement to make at Natasha Kendal and Associates! As of early 2020, we have added  tele-therapy to our traditional face-to-face modality of therapy! Skeptical? Consider this: 1. It’s convenient! Don’t fight...

Controlled Choices for Children

Controlled Choices for Children

For children who have suffered any number of Adverse Childhood Experiences, it’s important to set limits and create structure! Here’s a great visual for just that. From Behavioral Interventions and Solutions, LLC Natasha Kendal and Associates 1760 South Telegraph...

Therapist Spotlight

Sara Levi As you head back to school with your kids, some may experience difficulty, which is why we want to highlight one of our incredible therapists, Sarah Levi, at Natasha Kendal and Associates. Please take a moment to read her amazing experience she brings to...

Using Senses to Soothe

“I go into nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order”   – John Buroughs Life is a multi-sensory event. Many people are familiar with the senses of sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. Balance and body movement, and body awareness are...

Why I Think Summer is a great time to engage in Psychotherapy

As many of us are wrapping up our school year, our thoughts naturally turn to endless warm summer days, family trips, in-scheduled afternoons, and ice cream trucks (ok, maybe the last one is just me). However, I want to propose a somewhat unorthodox use of our...

ADHD Diagnosis – Why Does it Feel Like a Total Stab in the Dark?

ADHD Diagnosis – Why Does it Feel Like a Total Stab in the Dark?

For every child and adult who is correctly diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, there is another child and adult who is improperly diagnosed with ADHD (and potentially mis-medicated for it), and another child and adult who has ADHD who is not...

Life Coaching Vs. Psychotherapy

I am sometimes asked about life coaching versus psychotherapy. Coaching is at its source a technique of cognitive behavior therapy. Within the psychotherapy I practice, I often employ a certain amount of coaching with my clients, helping them achieve their life goals...

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