Posts Tagged ‘The Quest Project’
Helping Boys Navigate Adolescence
When the counseling department at Wydown Middle School reached out and invited me to participate in their “Speaker Series;” focused on boys navigating adolescence, you know my answer was yes!Read More
Parents Beware-New Nanny!
We’re all busy raising our kids; responsibilities include entertaining, educating, and guiding. Likely they have a phone and you’ve allowed the phone (who I refer to as the new nanny) to replace many of the roles a parent is responsible for. It’s a new reliable, relatively inexpensive nanny. Am I right?Read More
Back to School-Behavior Problems?
School is back to in-person classroom learning! Your kids are going to go through some adjustments. Your son likely had more freedom to be active over the past year; the transition back to class will likely be challenging.Read More
The Quest Project Online-Overview
Are you worried about your son? Here is an overview of Modules 1-10 of the The Quest Project Online where he will learn how to thrive and survive his adolescent years!Read More
The Quest Project Online-Conflict Resolution
In Module 7 of The Quest Project Online titled “Conflict Resolution,” participants learn conflict is part of life; most importantly they learn the best way to resolve it! Check out the sneak peek here.Read More
The Quest Project Online-Anger Work
In Module 5 of The Quest Project Online titled “Anger Work,” participants learn how to manage anger! Check out the sneak peek here.Read More
The Quest Project Online-Goal Setting
The Quest Project Online is made up of 10 modules. By watching this short video, a “sneak peek,” you’ll get insight into Module 2 which is titled Goal Setting!Read More
Happy Father’s Day!
On this special day, Father’s Day, I hope all the fathers out there remember they are the “conductors of the family train!” If you follow me, you know that another one of my favorite poems is by Rudyard Kipling “If.” My dear friend and United States Air Force buddy sent me this poem. Please enjoy!Read More
School’s Out-Now What?
Spring and summer are my favorite seasons; the days are longer, and the sun shines just a bit brighter! For many parents this time of year can be chaotic because SCHOOLS OUT! Where is my son, who is he with, and what is he doing!Read More
Attention Parents! Suicide Warning Signs
Today on the local news a young mother was grieving the loss of her 12 yr. old son; he committed suicide. In my profession we see the devastating effects of suicide far too often.Read More