Technology & Your Kids: How to Set Appropriate Boundaries

by Carolyn Knarr, MSW, LCSW, Director of Children’s Therapeutic Services

Technology is a reality which is not going to go away. It’s imperative to teach children to make good decisions about technology, limit the frequency of its usage, and keep access to appropriate and safe content.

If parents see technology as the enemy, they will set themselves up for years of frustration and struggle with their children. Rather than viewing it as the devil incarnate, parents need …

2015 Greater St Louis Area Home Educators Expo

March 19th – 21st

Agape’s Director of Children’s Therapeutic Services, Carolyn Knarr, will be a speaker at the Home Educators Expo this year.  We will also have a table at the event, so please stop by to meet Carolyn and our other child therapists! 

The purpose of the Greater St. Louis Area Home Educators Expo (GSLAHE) is to equip and encourage parents as they seek to raise and educate their children. The GSLAHE organization was created to provide the community…

Advice from the Therapist Vlog: Perfectionism

September 2014 Vlog, Advice from the Therapist: Perfectionism

This month, Therapist Zachary Sander, MA, LPC, CADC speaks on perfectionism and how affects our mental health and well being. Be on the look out each month for new installments of ‘Advice from the Therapist’ each month pertaining to guidance, services, and more!

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Hi this is Zachary Sander with Agape Christian Counseling Services with another installment of “Advice from the Therapist”.…

Advice from the Therapist Vlog: Types of Resentment

August 2014 Vlog, Advice from the Therapist: Types of Resentment

Therapist Zachary Sander, MA, LPC, CADC speaks on different types of resentment and how to deal with it in order to resolve past conflict within relationships. Be on the look out for new installments of ‘Advice from the Therapist’ each month pertaining to guidance, services, and more!

Transcription:

On today’s installment, I will be talking about the types of resentment one would need to deal …