Posts Tagged parenting

Golden Rules of Teen Family Parenting

by Frank C. Sacco, Ph.D., CSI President, Scholar in Residence Real Estate has a famous quote: 3 key ingredients to a good real estate property: location, location, and location.  In teen psychotherapy, the 3 key ingredients are: safety, safety, and safety.  Parents become obsessed with being correct.  There is never a question about the parent […]

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Difficult Child Behavior

by Frank C. Sacco, Ph.D., CSI President, Scholar in Residence Reaching the Difficult Child Part One: Digital Pressures Urban kids in a digital era are exposed to a constant barrage of stimulation through broadcast or social media.  Everything is now available IMMEDIATELY.  Have a question? Google it.  Need a social group, start creeping on Facebook.  […]

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Curiosity is a helpful mindset for therapists

by Frank C. Sacco, Ph.D., CSI President, Scholar in Residence The origins of psychotherapy lie in the pioneering work of the of the late 19thcentury theorists like Freud, Jung, Rank, Lacan, Anna Freud, Melanie Kline, Bettelheim, Aichorn and Karl Menninger.   They were examining personal experiences and asking the question “why.”  They all developed different concepts, […]

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