Ellen Schrier

Ellen Schrier

Ellen W. Schrier, LCSW, is a family therapist and the mother of three adolescent/young adult kids.

The Super Agent Parent – Could YOU Be at Risk?

The Super Agent Parent – Could YOU Be at Risk?

Over the last few years there’s been a lot written about the overly close parenting style that’s become increasingly common. You probably know the type – the moms and dads who habitually over manage and overprotect their kids to the point of being ridiculous – and potentially damaging. One particular strain of this “disease” shows […]

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Stressed Out?

Stressed Out?

When stress becomes chronic it can wreak havoc on our bodies. Find out how to calm things down!

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How to get them to talk – to YOU!

How to get them to talk – to YOU!

They talk to their friends, they talk to their friends’ parents. Why don’t they talk to you? And how can you change that?

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Does Your Child Have “Affluenza?” Uh Oh.

Does Your Child Have “Affluenza?” Uh Oh.

A recent study finds that teens today are 5 times more likely to be suffering from anxiety or depression than they were during the Great Depression! But why, and is yours at risk?

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What’s For Dinner?

What’s For Dinner?

Did you know that dinnertime can act as a vaccine against teenage drug and alcohol abuse?

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Tug-Of-War At Christmastime

My ex in-laws invited my kids for Christmas but I wanted to spend the day with them. What should I do??

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Peer Pressure – It’s Not Just For Kids

The experts talk a lot about the power of peer pressure and how to help kids resist its pull as they enter adolescence. We are taught that the peer group has a remarkable and sometimes frightening ability to sway our kids away from the path they know to be right – the one we work […]

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A Sneaky Way To Get Them To Listen

A Sneaky Way To Get Them To Listen

Here’s a great way to save your breath (and sanity) even as you get your message across. It works and your kids may never know what hit them!

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Will Compliments Make Her Conceited?

Depending on how you use it, praise can either boost self esteem and encourage great behavior or backfire completely! Get schooled here.

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