“Overly Intensive Parenting”: Why there are downsides for parents and kids

“Overly Intensive Parenting”: Why there are downsides for parents and kids

Generally speaking, sociologists have found that parents today are more involved in their children’s lives than the previous parental generation. But more may not always be better. “Intensive parenting,” as researchers call it, may not be beneficial for parents or...
MindStories Video – Polyamory: Individual, Relational and Social Implications | Dr. Sandy Peace, PsyD

MindStories Video – Polyamory: Individual, Relational and Social Implications | Dr. Sandy Peace, PsyD

Sandy Peace, PsyD, is a California licensed psychologist in private practice. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, CA where she focused on multicultural diversity. She is a trained sex educator, speaker,...
MindStories Video – Moving From Expectations to Appreciation in Parenting | Allison Lee Burgess, LMFT

MindStories Video – Moving From Expectations to Appreciation in Parenting | Allison Lee Burgess, LMFT

Allison Lee Burgess, LMFT is a Licensed Psychotherapist, Professional Speaker, and Parent Coach. She recently presented her TEDx talk, “Re-imagining Parenting: Transforming Expectations to Appreciation of Neurodiversity.” For nearly a decade she has specialized in...

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