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How to cope when your child leaves for college

It’s almost that time in August, when many young adults will start heading off to college for the first time. While the experience is filled with excitement, Gila Lux, a licensed clinical therapist with Squirrel Hill Psychological Services (SHPS), says … Continue reading

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Quest Camp combines summer camp with therapy for children with social and emotional challenges

Parents of children with Autism-related challenges or other diagnoses such as Attention Deficit Disorder or anxiety may hesitate when considering¬†summer camps. They may even forgo the idea altogether because many camps do not address their child’s unique needs. For children … Continue reading

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Are you a grandparent looking to nurture the Jewish identities of your interfaith grandchildren

For many interfaith couples, navigating the challenges of an interfaith relationship extends outside their immediate family unit, especially when children are involved. At Squirrel Hill Psychological Services (SHPS), Wendy Levin-Shaw works with individuals, couples and families on issues and challenges … Continue reading

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Bullying a common back-to-school concern

In preparing the entire family for a successful school year, one area¬† parents and children may be concerned about is bullying. For families or children concerned about this important topic, we suggest you take a look back at the summer … Continue reading

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