Dr. Renee was interviewed by Betsy Karetnick, host of “Living at Home,” which airs on Martha Stewart Living Radio on SiriusXM Satellite Radio (Channel 110). During the interview, Dr. Renee talked about negotiating with your children. To hear the segment, click here: Dr. Renee Appears on Martha Stewart Living Radio
I grieve with all of you. I will try my best to offer some healing as we get more details about this horrific tragedy. Many have asked for tips on speaking to children. It is difficult when the pain is so raw and the emotions still so fresh. Please know that these tips are [...]
Dr. Renee Clauselle has been nominated for Best Psychotherapist in the Long Island Press’ “Best of LI 2013.” Click on the link here, scroll down to Psychotherapist and vote for Dr. Renee Clauselle. Vote as many times as you like. Voting ends December 15.
As someone who uses Nannies often, Dr. Renee knows that it is important to set boundaries right away; especially with a live-in nanny. Because a nanny can become like part of the family, it is important to negotiate and navigate some important relationship rules – both with your immediate family, extended family, in-laws, and friends [...]
Children are naturally physically active and love to move it, move it. However, did you know that climbing to the top of a slide or swinging on the monkey bars can help kids start a lifetime habit of staying active. Here are a few things to consider when you are encouraging kids to be and stay [...]
For families, there are some things that are universally desirable. These include health care, good schools, and plentiful, well-kept recreational opportunities. When all the factors are weighed into consideration, there are more choices of family-friendly cities than you may realize. [...]
Breaks from school are a fantastic time to activate the imagination. Nothing beats the comfort and excitement of snuggling up to a great book. Alternatively, create a memory book or journal. Writing is an excellent way to preserve family memories and get kids to explore with their imaginations. [...]