*Please note that this event has been cancelled due to the coronavirus situation. We are currently planning another event for families with young children for later in the year, so stay tuned to our Facebook page and Events page for
An important part of engaging in healthy communication is understanding and processing your emotions. When you are able to regulate your emotions, you can convey your thoughts and feelings calmly and clearly.
By Evette Horton, Ph.D., NCC, LPCS, RPT-S Children need happy, healthy, and safe relationships with the primary grown-ups in their lives to help them grow and develop in to happy and healthy adults. Researchers have followed infants and children over time
By Rachel S. Hutto, MS, Ed.S, LPC There are many definitions of trauma that are used by counselors. Some are super technical and others a bit more understandable. All have their value. The definition that often makes the most sense
Traumatic experiences are a big deal…but Big Bird’s got a big spirit, a big heart, and big dreams! By Kama Einhorn, Senior Content Manager for Sesame Workshop’s U.S. Social Impact Group As a child, I lit up when Big Bird
By Christine Murray, HRI Director Our mission at HRI is to promote happy, healthy, and safe relationships of all kinds in Guilford County. As we’ve described before, these terms “happy, healthy, and safe” have a special meaning to us at
Today’s Find Help Friday features Guilford County Schools Exceptional Children! The mission of the Exceptional Children Division is to ensure that students with disabilities develop intellectually, physically, emotionally, and vocationally through the provision of an appropriate individualized education program in
By Pamela Harris, HRI Guest Blogger I totally get it. You as a parent or caregiver have a TON on your plate. Not only are you expected to make sure your child wakes up on time, eats a nutritional diet