Root Psychology Calgary
Help for Caregivers Affected by Eating Disorders
This information seminar was created to help parents or anyone who has a child, family member or friend that’s struggling with an eating disorder. The seminar will educate viewers and provide strategies to help someone with their eating disorder.
Kids and COVID: Anxiety Amped, How to Help – A TALK FROM “GIRL POWER HOUR 2020”
Girl Power Hour Calgary is an annual luncheon in support of adolescent mental health and the Lionheart Foundation. The 2020 event was held virtually on November 5th with more than 900 registrants. In my talk I offer guidance on parenting during COVID that may not be intuitive as anxiety levels are amped.
How To Help Your Kids Manage Anxiety – A Talk From “Girl Power Hour 2017”
Girl Power Hour Calgary is an annual luncheon in support of adolescent mental health and the Lionheart Foundation. The 2017 event was held on October 11th at the Calgary Telus Convention Centre and was attended by 650 people. The panel of presenters provided best parenting practices to help with the issues facing our girls today including: anxiety, eating disorders and self harm.
Famosa Restaurant Accidently Promotes Brain Health
Famosa restaurant has got it right. I looked around the restaurant on a recent visit and didn’t see any kids with glowing faces - softly illuminated by their phones or iPads. Instead, I saw kids flipping, kneading and enjoying their idle time playing with a small slab...
Preparing to Launch
We all know of those movies where an adult child is still living in their parent's basement: eating their food, borrowing money for gas, attempting to date. Nobody wants that. The child themselves, the potential mate, and of course... the parents. To prevent the above...
A Brain Under Construction
Teenagers can really seem crazy at times. They aren’t. They can appear to wig-out, not make sense or lose-it over the simplest of things. But they aren’t crazy. They are going through some serious brain reconstruction, reconfiguring and refurbishing. It used to be...