I’m going to give you a mini lesson on the brain, so that you can understand your children just a little bit more, and how you can really help them when they’re struggling, by understanding what’s happening in their brains. It turns out, humans have three brains. Two that are really ancient, and one […]
Marna Lynn MSW, LCSW spoke at Comprehensive Women’s Care of Paramus last week. Marna shared her methods of merging Love, Psychology and Science to raise thriving babies in the 21st century. Based on epigenetics and secure bonding, her Marna-Methods teach why “Skin to Skin is a Win/Win”, why babies “Held Now, are Happy Later”, and how to […]
Through cutting edge brain research, we now know the quality of the parent child relationship enables parents to have a tremendous amount of control over how their child’s brain develops!
Your Child’s Self-Esteem Evolves primarily through the quality of their relationship with you. Because they can’t see themselves directly, they know themselves by reflection, we are in effect, mirrors to our children.The way you see them and believe in them is primarily the way they see and believe (or don’t believe) in themselves. LEARN HOW […]
Acknowledge The feeling: “You feel like I don’t love you” Believe: Spend two moments empathizing “Awe, no matter how much I tell you I love you, when I’m nursing Zack you feel like I don’t love you. That must feel so horrible.” Cope: How do we make it better “What can we do so you […]
Bergen Family Therapy is a practice that is known for the commitment that each therapist makes with their patient. Those who know us are aware that we are not only ready to be there for our patients during our sessions, but between sessions as well. Bergen Family Therapy is also on the cutting edge of emotional […]
The words parents use, both positive and negative, can impact children in almost every aspect of their lives. Unfortunately, as a society we are quicker to say what’s wrong instead of what’s right. Without meaning to, we often do this to our children. Sometimes we say things to them because we want to protect them, […]