Posts on ‘connection’

Summer Blues and Changing How We Think About Independence

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020

Independence Day is upon us and we are entering the heart of summer. However, we are still very much in the midst of a pandemic. This means that many of us are left grieving what COVID is taking from us during the short, sweet Colorado summer. What is normally a time to have fun, explore, […]

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Presentations, Groups, & Classes – Spring/Summer 2020

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

Due to COVID-19, our office is closed until further notice. Find out more here.
Now offering E-therapy! Check out our upcoming virtual groups!
Need some support during this time of isolation? Learn about our community support project.

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Increasing Parent/Child Connectivity

Monday, July 18th, 2016

By Leslie Larsen, LCSW Summertime is a great time to reconnect with your children! As I hit the trail for a quick jog I was engrossed in the beauty of Colorado at this time of year. For several moments I was flooded with visualizations of children and parents playing together. Suddenly I hear a boy […]

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Parenting: Building Secure and Connected Relationships with Your Children

Tuesday, July 21st, 2015

by Jessica Downs Parents occupy many roles, including entertainers, drivers, providers, playmates, teachers, guides, and protectors. Stretched with responsibilities, and hopeful for the future of their children, parents frequently ask, “What is the most important thing I can do for my child?” Of all the strategies available to parents, research indicates that a secure attachment […]

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