Family Routines to Take You Into the Fall Season

Kids crave routines because they are consistent. When families are consistent, children feel safe, secure, and loved. We’ve all heard that kids need routines from a variety of sources like the pediatrician, teachers, other parents, child care providers, and even your mother-in-law. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, healthy routines make for healthy families […]

5 Tips for those Family-Friendly Road Trips

Summer is racing towards us, which means that many families are gearing up for the proverbial road trip. We all remember the Griswolds driving their way towards ‘Wally World’ like in the old National Lampoon movie. It spoofs the pitfalls and pit stops that can plague any family trip; however, there is some honest truth […]

4 Tips to Quell Test Anxiety:

It’s that time of year when public schools are busy with standardized testing and colleges and universities are in the midst of giving final exams. While every student feels a certain level of anxiety about testing, there are some things that parents can do to help quell test anxiety and reinforce realistic expectations. According […]

5 Secrets for Successful Cooking with Kids

Cooking with kids is a great way to have fun and learn about math and science. When kids are in the kitchen with you, it creates a sense of closeness and also helps in using their math and science skills to do something the entire family can enjoy. These tips should help you with including […]

3 Fun Things for Families to do Together

Staying healthy as a family means making the time to connect. In our fast-paced Web 2.0 world, connecting and re-connecting can seem monumental. It is not! When you start finding the joy in everyday living and make a way to connect, everyone’s mental health and outlook improves. Here are 3 fun things for families to […]

Reduce your stress and worry: Cook together with curry!

Is your family isolated from each other, focused on Internet surfing, texting, or interacting more in the virtual world than the real world? Cooking together is not only a nourishing way to feed the family, it can also be an opportunity to reconnect and spend some quality time together. Cooking together creates opportunities for conversations, […]

Dr Renee Clauselle Discusses How Children Can Exercise Their Brains Through Imagination

Dr. Renee Clauselle of Child & Family Psychology appeared on ABC’s Eyewitness News First at 4 to talk about how children can exercise their brains through imagination and unstructured playtime. Watch the segment here!

Dr. Renee to Appear on Eyewitness News First at 4

Dr. Renee loves Pump It Up for kids and she will talk about it today on “Eyewitness News First at 4.” Don’t forget to tune in!

Dr. Renee Talks about Materialism and the Holidays

Dr. Renee Clauselle appeared on ABCNews.com to offer tips on how to avoid spoiling your child this holiday season.

Dr. Renee Appeared on ABC News.com’s “Healthy Living”

Dr. Renee Clauselle recently appeared on ABC News.com’s “Healthy Living” segment to discuss ways parents can deal with their child’s temper tantrums. She also showed parents how they can understand and control their child’s emotions.