Individuals in distress; depression, anxiety, young adults, autonomy/identity issues, self -esteem and confidence issues.
Couples in distress or facing divorce, those coping with infidelity or alcohol abuse or addiction and other various issues.
Families facing divorce, or blended families, blended family adjustment, families navigating post-divorce boundaries, co-parenting post-divorce, and other issues alike.
Group therapy and support for individuals in distress who prefer a setting with others who are experiencing similar challenges.
Christina Jones is a licensed clinical social worker with 20 years’ experience helping clients to be their best in every area of their lives. She is a highly experienced and skilled clinician with a unique.
The Adventures of Flippity Flip Girl
Imani Angela-Ruth Jones is Flippity Flip Girl. She recently flipped out of kindergarten and flipped into first grade. She likes to flip onto her scooter, flip into the pool to swim, flip to the park to climb trees, flip to the ice-rink to ice-skate. She flips on the bed while watching her favorite mermaid show. She flips while hanging out with her brothers and flips from country to country while visiting her sister in Europe. This is Imani's first children's book.
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It is perched on our shoulders, that our daughters learn to fly. Her Mother’s Daughter – A guest post
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