Dr. Elaine Ducharme
My husband Denny had his 50th Reunion for Pittsfield High School. He created a video for his classmates but anyone who has graduated and moved away from High School can relate to this trip down […]
The American Psychological Association notes that two to three centuries ago, fathers’ roles were primarily to serve as breadwinners and the conveyers of moral values and religious education to their children. However, with the advent […]
As we enter the spring and summer wedding season, brides-to-be will be busy planning every detail. Venue, Flower arrangements, honeymoon options and even the guest list become high priorities for everyone. Happy couples rarely think […]
Dr Elaine Ducharme’s “Therapy Thursday” June visit with Allan Mike and Mary was the challenging topic that it very prevalent in today’s news: Transgender.
Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Elaine Ducharme is Allan, Mike & Mary’s guest with a challenging topic that it very prevalent in today’s news: Transgender. To aid parents, kids and families, here are some links for important […]
Life is full of surprises. Some are good. And some, well, some are gut wrenching. And we never know what tomorrow will bring. We make plans with the hope that we will do all kinds […]
Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. The holiday, which is observed every year on the last Monday of […]
As we continue to honor the month of May as National Mental Health Awareness month this week’s blog is about bipolar disorders. Many people use the term bipolar to lightly describe friends or colleagues that […]
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month . I will be devoting my blogs to increasing awareness of mental health issues. Today I want to focus on getting kids to talk to their parents. Open communication is key in recognizing signs of developing emotional issues.
Sleep is really important for us. Did you know that insufficient sleep has been linked to car crashes, poor work performance, and problems with mood and relationships? Sleep deprivation also raises the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, depression and stroke.