Dr. Elaine Ducharme
According to the Institute of Medicine at least 100 million adults in the United States suffer from chronic pain, Pain actually serves an important purpose. It alerts us to injuries such as a sprained ankle […]
Hear Dr Ducharmes conversation with Mary and Allan and get links on who to call or text if considering suicide.
The first attributed use of this phrase in modern times is to Founding Father John Dickinson in his pre-Revolutionary War song “The Liberty Song”, first published in the Boston Gazette in July 1768. In the […]
With time and an enormous amount of effort and teamwork, step parenting can be an exciting, loving and very rewarding experience. While volumes can and have been be written on this subject, some basic guidelines may be helpful.
One in five children in America alone have a reading disability. This disability is called dyslexia. We now understand that it occurs on a continuum, which means that not everyone who has dyslexia is exactly alike.
As we try to understand what this change in demographics will mean for our society, the American Psychological Association has provided information about normal aging and a look at fact vs fiction. Here are a few to consider.
Psychologist Dr. Ducharme joined us for Free Therapy Thursday to discuss, Back to School Transitions. What to do Now to make the return to school less of a shock to your system and your child’s.
There are a number of things that assist kids in developing their emotional IQ. Here’s some highlights…
Be prepared and be safe!
In today’s digital age, it seems harder to know what to do and how to keep our kids safe, without keeping them in a bubble. Many years ago, I wrote a pamphlet on tips for successful parenting. I think they still are pretty basic but helpful tips.