Counseling is available for problems involving:
1. Individuals- Couples & Family. Parent-Child relationship
2. Pregnancy - uneasy feelings
During pregnancy, many women experience states of mind which are new to them.
There may be uneasy feelings, imaginings, and fears, and to talk about them is not always easy.
With the best intentions, friends will tell all kind of stories coloured with their own feelings. It is difficult for one not to get emotionally involved and develop all kind of frightening fantasies.
Spouses, family members, and friends can sometimes be helpful, but they lack the professional experience that may be needed. Pregnancy is and should be a time of joy and wonder. Your child deserves a happy mother, and you deserve a happy child.
But if for any reason this is not the case, proper counseling can help.3. Post partum blues & breast feeding
At some point after child birth or adoption you may have unwanted feelings,such as excessive tiredness,Confusion,Restlessness,Uncontrollable crying,Lack of interest in the baby,Fear of harming the baby or yourself.
Because for the first time in your life you are experiencing the difficult challenge of raising a child, you can easily panic and became despair. It is not easy to get out of this condition by yourself.[Mosquito’s mother can leave their larva’s and go away,you can not do that]
Problems you are unable solve will not dissolve by themselves. The right thing to do is to get professional advice, and you can do that in the comfort of your own home. You can see and talk to a counselor of your choice.4. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder(ADHD)
Medical science said that a hyperactive child is the result of a brain disorder, an electrical brain disease genetic defect, imbalance of brain chemicals like dopamine and serotonin, neurological damage, lead poisoning, thyroid problems….,many supposition with no validation
There are no tests or any other kind of evidence that support such a claim. In short, doctors don’t know what ADHD is.
"Brain disorder" is a confusing term that in no way contributes to clarification of the problem. This why also the diagnosing is a mess, and almost anyone can be enrolled in the ADHD list. But,if the diagnosis and the cause or the "disease" are problematic, the treatment is always clear: Ritalin. If you and your child are satisfied in the long term with the results of this kind of "instant solution", go ahead.
But if you hear from your child "I don’t want to take it any more,"listen to him/her and try to find an alternative solution.5. Second opinion on so-called "Minimal Brain Damage": Ritalin treatment and behavioral problems
Ritalin, the preferred treatment in ADHD and Minimal Brain Damage, and dextroamphetamine ["speed" in popular terms] are nearly identical. Ritalin works on children in the same way that related stimulants work on adults — sharpening the short-term attention span when the drug kicks in, and producing equally predictable valleys ("coming down," in the old street parlance; "rebounding," in Ritalin language) when the effect wears off.
Ritalin acts like an amphetamine, and is abused like an amphetamine.
In the long run, the effects are deleterious.
Because traditional neurology has no other answer than "the pill&[Ritalin], you as a parent, with the help of an expert, will have to find an alternative solution to your child’s problem.6. Emotional triggers for epilepsy: for people suffering from Idiopathic* Epilepsy and their families
Seizures can be triggered by emotional reactions and stressful situations. In idiopathic and psychogenic epilepsy, stressful experiences, memories, thoughts and feelings become triggers. Epilepsy is a neurological process, but seizures do not occur in a psychological vacuum. But, what activates the “focus epilepticus”, located in the brain, to emit electric waves that end up causing dramatic tremors? Usually unresolved psychological issues and the patient’s emotional responses to them, tend to be the stimulus that overloads the patient’s coping mechanism which results in a seizure. The epileptic person is unable to cope with the stressful experience that has become an emotional trigger for her/his seizures. Antiepileptic drugs alone will not solve that problem. The family and the epileptic person need to understand and work out the emotional background. No one can do this work by himself. You need professional advice *Idiopathic, term use by doctors when they don’t know what the cause is.7. Senior citizens' issues:
For Families in need for advice for their parents. Note for senior citizens or individuals lacking sufficient computer skills to install and use Skype: This is not a difficult computer process and there may be people you know who can help you set it up: family members, neighbors, young people ? Frustation from computers.? !! Don't give up!! You can do it with a little help.
Professional-to-professional assistance is also available for: Psychologist. Family doctors Social Workers Psychotherapists Gerontologist