Angela Bissada talks with Dr. Ilene Claudius about tips to pass on to parents in term of recognizing, preventing and dealing with adolescent depression and other issues. Listen to The Beautiful Podcast on Connecting with Depressed Teens here: https://www.hippoed.com/peds/rap/episode/pedsrapmay2018/suicide Angela Bissada, Psy.D. (818) 489-9820 firstname.lastname@example.org
According to the Webster Dictionary FORGIVENESS is: to pardon; to cease to bear resentment against, to cancel (as a debt). “Hanging on to resentment lets someone you have problems with live rent free in your head” (anonymous) For most people it is difficult to forgive someone for something that has been done which has hurt… [Read More]
Angela Bissada,Psy.D. I often receive calls from parents or family law attorneys asking that I see a child and a parent for “reunification,” “reconciliation,” or “facilitative” therapy. The caller usually describes a situation in which, following a divorce, a child has refused to see one parent and expresses a clear preference for the other. The… [Read More]
In Collaborative Divorce, the attorney’s job is not to undermine opposing counsel, their clients, or their positions. Rather, the lawyer tries to empower his or her own client and foster an environment where everyone including the other spouse can express themselves and reach a settlement in a healthy way.
Avoid Self-Justification For A Smoother Divorce by Dr. James E. Walton, Ph.D., LMFT PeacefulDivorceLA.com, North Hollywood, California The majority of couples who end up getting divorced experience a gradual drift away from each other over the course of their relationship. It usually comes on slowly and gradually through a pattern of blaming the other and… [Read More]