How to Stop Overreacting in a Relationship

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Emotional Regulation | Interactions life skills Relationships 0 Comments

Relationships are hard, especially when you’re a teenager.  As a parent, it’s easy to forget that growing up is a stressful process. Fights with friends, planning for college, involvement in sports, and developing a personal identity can lead to some big breakdowns. When this happens, it can be hard to know how to stop overreacting in a relationship […]

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Teens and Money

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Parenting Teens | financial literacy life skills money management teens. parenting 0 Comments

Growing up, I was taught that it was impolite to talk about money. In retrospect, I realize that financial reticence is often less a matter of etiquette than of awkwardness. Until parents are comfortable discussing finances with each other, it can be tough (and counterproductive) to discuss the subject with children. But rich, educated, open conversations about money can save your children lots of future grief.

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Self Advocacy for Teens

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Academics | classroom education integrated curriculum life skills special education teaching 0 Comments

In a treatment setting, school is often the laboratory for practicing skills learned in therapy. One such skill—self advocacy—has has far-reaching implications for both emotional well being and academic success.

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