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|Comment||Thanks. I am careful when trying to get information from my son because I don't want to make him feel victimized. I don't over react or talk to my sister in law about this in front of him because I don't want him to think he is getting his cousin in trouble. I am currently discussing counseling options with my sister in law to get her son some help.|
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I am a parent of two, but also I'm a social worker with over 15 year experience working with children and families. I can provide many tips and techniques to help with child behavior, interventions for specific behavioral issues, ideas to help children through difficult times such as divorce or grief, hints on keeping the family running smoothly, and tips for developing confident, happy children.
I have a master's in social work and over 15 years experience working with children and families. I have worked in schools, public health, mental health and adoption agencies providing parent education courses and children's groups.
BA in Psychology and MSW.