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Most every parent knows what it’s like for their children to act out. But dealing with challenging behavior entails more than just saying “No.” In this article Laurie explains some of the signs parents need to be aware of if their child is acting out at school at home and some tips to determine why the behavior is occurring and the appropriate response.
There is no one-size fits all strategy for therapy but Laurie was asked about a technique she uses effectively in this article by the major publication Forbes. Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, which falls under “talk therapy,” focuses on developing solutions to problems as opposed to just identifying the problem itself. This deep dive article zeroes on the many facets and techniques of this increasingly popular technique.
Feed Your Mind
Laurie interviewed with popular podcast host Mel Rapozo, who is also the Council Chairperson for the county of Kauai, HI, to explore her life, career and specific issues and solutions she frequently comes across in her practice.
In this wide-ranging video interview, Laurie discusses many of the common issues she sees in her practice, the thought process behind treatment and some real-life examples of what we can do when facing struggles.
The phrase “gaslighting” has taken on a different meaning from its original form. In this interview with VICE magazine, Laurie explains the true definition of the term, how it’s enacted to disrupt someone’s view of reality and the signs to be aware of if you notice the behavior in others.
While not listed as an official symptom of ADHD, “time blindness,” where diagnosed individuals easily lose track of time, is all too real. Laurie offers her thoughts on what time blindness is, its impact on those suffering from it and some tips on how to cope.
The Model Mindset
Laurie was interviewed by the popular podcast The Model Mindset and takes a deep dive in to her life, career and unique melding of Cognitive and Behavioral therapy techniques.
Laurie offers her thoughts on the varieties of therapies available to children and why dialectical behavior therapy can help children develop a standard set of skills they can carry with them as they grow.
Laurie shares her knowledge of the common condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) including why it happens, the physical and emotional stress sufferers face and steps individuals can take to help alleviate the symptoms.
Laurie discusses why those seeking mental health advice on TikTok need to be aware that treatment isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition and can actually be detrimental.
Along with other leading experts, Laurie spoke with Forbes to break down what talk therapy is, the different forms it takes, why it’s effective and what to consider when choosing a therapist specializing in talk therapy.
Laurie shares some thoughts on how to identify a friend or family member who may be struggling with anxiety and steps that can be taken to help.
It's a Wrap
Laurie discusses her career as a Behavioral Specialist and touches on a variety of mental health issues in this 30-minute podcast interview.
Laurie shares her thoughts on the mental health condition known as agorophobia – it’s causes, symptoms and steps to take for those dealing with the condition.
As a follow-up to a previous story on how to help children who are bullied, Laurie shares her advice for parents to determine if their own child is a bully and the steps to take to help them control the behavior.
Laurie shares her insight in to self-harm by children to help parents better understand what it is, the signs to be aware of and the steps to take if they feel a child is harming themselves.
Life Well Lived
Laurie sits down with host Omobola Stephens to discuss the intersection between Behavioral and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and why applying them in conjunction can better help those suffering from a wide variety of mental health issues.
Laurie shares her thoughts on a recent study that shows how Cogntive Behavorial Therapy can greatly increase positive outcomes when used in conjunction with individualized, medical care for issues related to chronic back pain.
Cell phones are everywhere and most children will invariably ask their parents for one. Laurie discusses the appropriate age for a child to receive a cell phone, the responsibility that comes with it and what parents need to do to make sure their child is using the phone responsibly.
In this podcast, Laurie discusses her life and career and offers thoughts on how to be present in the moment, tools for coping in the face of adversity, changing bad habits, the grieving process and much more.
When kids head off to school or out with their friends the hope for parents is that their children will be safe, engaged and happy. But childhood bullying exists, both in-person and online. In this article, Laurie shares some of the physical and emotional warning signs a child is being bullied and how a parent can help them to cope and overcome the situation.
Rick Flynn Presents
Laurie discusses “You’re Not Crazy” and the day-to-day work of a therapist
Laurie talks about the triggers that can impact our mental health
Simple ways to boost your mental health
When & how should you talk to your kids about alcohol? Tip: Start early
A Local Affair
This week Kent talks with Laurie Singer, author of “You’re Not Crazy: Living with Anxiety, Obsessions and Fetishes”.
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Episode 122 | You’re Not Crazy with Laurie Singer
What happened to children’s emotional health in the pandemic?
Unpacking “Doorknob Confessions”: An Avoidance Tactic Our Brains Employ in Therapy
Episode 221 | You’re Not Crazy Living with Anxiety, Obsessions and Fetishes | Guest: Laurie Singer
When you’re overwhelmed by a million tasks and end up doing nothing — that’s what ADHD paralysis feels like.
Since losing her two-year-old son to cancer Laurie Singer has devoted her life to the field of mental health.
Laurie Singer on You’re Not Crazy: There is Hope for Those Experiencing Anxiety, Obsessions, or Fetishes
Children are using screens more than ever, and some experts are worried that the trend could lead to a form of digital addiction.
Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Wealth
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Blossom Your Awesome
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The trippiest sci-fi movie on Amazon Prime reveals a strange debate about the human brain
How to Tell if You Have a Bad Therapist
Giving starts with you
Anxieties and the steps to overcome them with Laurie Singer
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The Next Teen Epidemic
The Zack Ballinger Show
Career Advice with therapist Laurie Singer
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How to talk to your kids about Russia’s attack on Ukraine
The Millennial Source
What is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)?
Behavioral therapy can help your child learn tips and tricks to manage their ADHD every day.
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What is Relational Aggression?
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Why did this big challenge get worse in the pandemic — and will we recuperate?
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What are some of the biggest challenges you face as an author?
The 7 Best Sunrise Alarm Clocks for Seasonal Affective Disorder
8 signs that you’re dealing with an emotionally unavailable person, according to experts
The best post-apocalypse show on HBO Max reveals a strange societal truth
In Wildfire Country, PTSD is Dominating Burned-out Communities
Choose Your Struggle
From Heartbreak to Helping Others with Laurie Singer
The Invisible Wheelchair (Podcast)
Laurie Singer – Therapist and Author Interview
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Women In Wellness: Laurie Singer On The Five Lifestyle Tweaks That Will Help Support People’s Journey Towards Better Wellbeing
The Neutral Ground Podcast
Anxiety, Depression, and Obsession | An Important Conversation with Behavioral Therapist Laurie Singer
New book brings hope to those struggling with mental health
5 Ways to Cope With Existential Anxiety
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