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Supporting Your Child When the World Feels Scary

March 1, 2022  |  Behavioral Health, Parenting  |  By Megan Walsh, MSW, LICSW

With everything going on in the world, parents often wonder how and when to talk to their kids about difficult topics such as war, racism, violence, public health concerns, etc.  Whether kids are in the classroom or playing at the park with their neighborhood peers, they are likely to hear things that parents don’t know […]

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Reclaiming the Holiday Spirit Amidst A Pandemic

December 22, 2020  |  Behavioral Health  |  By Megan Walsh, MSW, LICSW

This time of year can be a challenging one for kids and parents- even on a more typical year than 2020. The challenges may be different this year but they are still in full effect. As parents, we want our kids to have memories filled with magic and joy, and love. Many times, those high […]

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Words Matter: Breaking down the term “red flags”

September 14, 2020  |  Uncategorized  |  By Encompass

Words Matter:  Breaking down the term “red flags” [1]  Maya Angelou said, “When you know better, you do better.” This is a guiding principle for us at Encompass Pediatric Therapy- as we learn new information from research, societal development, and current events, we are dedicated to doing better. In an effort to do better, it’s […]

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Anti-Racism Resources for Children and Families

June 5, 2020  |  Parenting, Community  |  By Encompass

As an agency whose whole reason for being is to contribute to a community where ALL children thrive, we wanted to provide our families with some resources to help facilitate vital conversations, important shifts to dynamics, and healthy self-assessment and a path forward. We feel strongly that information is empowering. Below you will find resources, […]

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