Childhood Temper Dysregulation

January 21, 2013By jdelamotteChildren and Teens No Comments

Within the past several years, I have noticed more young children, adolescents, and teenagers with difficulty managing their emotions.  This behavior quite often takes place when they are tired, stressed out, overwhelmed, frustrated, or told to do something they don’t want to do.  Somewhat like the “perfect storm,” when all this comes together at once, … Read More

Tribute to Grandparents

December 3, 2012By jdelamotteChildren and Teens, Healthy living No Comments

Recently I am seeing more and more grandchildren being raised by their grandparents.  For the vast majority of these grandparents, I am very impressed by their commitment and love toward their grandchild, or grandchildren.  It certainly raises new issues which weren’t quite so obvious just  10 years ago.  The grandparents do their best, but the … Read More

Counseling Children and Teenagers

July 12, 2010By jdelamotteChildren and Teens No Comments

In counseling children and teenagers, it can be quite difficult to properly diagnose their particular problem without improperly putting a label on them. Over the years I continue to see kids with numerous behavioral, emotional, spiritual, and neurological problems. Some of the more prominent issues currently observed in children are: depression, anxiety, fatigue, behavioral disorders, … Read More