Mental Illness Awareness Week

COVID-19 has taken an enormous toll on the mental health of individuals across the nation. People have lost their loved ones, struggled with layoffs and unemployment, fought with loneliness, and battled the emotional and physical effects of the virus itself.  CDC...

Suicide Prevention

On September 10th we celebrate World Suicide Prevention Day organized by the International Association for Suicide Prevention. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. In 2018, there were approximately 1.4 million suicide attempts and 48,344...

Emotional Support Animals

  August 26th is National Dog Day! At Early Life Child Psychology and Education Center this is a day to celebrate our furry friends Max and Betty. Max is our veteran Emotional Support Animal and Betty is our ESA in training.  An Emotional Support Animal is a pet...

Newsletter February 2020

Self-love and Compassion Focus on mental health Self-esteem is one of the most important traits you can build as a child. Professor Baumeister of Florida State University, believes that the self-esteem we build in childhood serves as a baseline for our potential for...

Newsletter January 2020

FOCUS ON MENTAL HEALTH – SETTING GOALS By the time January comes around, people start to think about the resolutions they’ve made last year. As we remind ourselves of the commitment we swore not to give up this time, it can be overwhelming if we’ve only made it to...