Caroline Miller from the Child Mind Institute has written a good article for parents and teachers about how Anxiety Leads to Behaviours. An excerpt: Anxiety manifests in a surprising variety of ways in part because it is based on a
Some of Doctor Holloway‘s comments on Asperger’s disorder were published in the June 2017 edition of the journal of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy – Children and Young People. Lonely, isolated, unwanted, mocked, shunned, rejected, denigrated, despised, ostracized,
Congratulations Robin! Although we don’t know how he found the time to do it, given his busy practice, Dr. Robin Holloway has recently published an important book on the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of children with Asperger’s, a book which has grown out of his extensive experience with these children. As his colleagues at the Willow Centre, we have always been impressed by his dedication to these troubled, often painfully unhappy, youngsters and are delighted that he has distilled his clinical wisdom in this book. The book is entitled Asperger’s Children: Psychodynamics, Aetiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Once again, congratulations Robin, from your colleagues at The Willow Centre!
This book is now available:
The Willow Centre team is delighted by the news that our colleague, Dr. Tanya Cotler, gave birth on November 22nd to an adorable baby girl, Arya Eden. Congratulations to Tanya on this special addition to her family and we look
Six years ago, Tamara Libfeld helped out as a volunteer at our centre and seems to have caught the psychology bug. Now, after completing a Psy.D. at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and a year of post-doctoral training at
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Dr. Deb Parker. Deb passed away on May 2nd, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was an integral member of the team here at the Willow Centre, before
The Willow Centre is pleased to announce the introduction of a new program beginning January 2015 for parents with infants from birth to 18 months of age. Details on the Parent Infant Program are here. Please contact us to register.
Our nine-year-old daughter has developed a habit of storing food in her backpack. We’ve also found several bagels in her dresser. We’ve explained why it’s wrong to waste food and said that she should return uneaten items to the fridge, to no avail. She is otherwise a very kind, thoughtful child who helps choose her lunch each morning.
My preteen daughter was the victim of a sexual assault. No sex took place, but the man touched her. I am happy to say that the man who did this was arrested and will be tried. But how do I go about talking to her about this? Social workers and psychiatrists are not available in the isolated community where we live.