Dr. Elaine Ducharme
It is hard to believe, especially since I still have a bit of snow on my back porch, but summer is quickly approaching. With so many families having two parents working outside the home many families are looking at summer camps for their kids.
Why do siblings fight?
Dr. Elaine Ducharme joined Allan,Mike & Mary in the the WRCH studio. She discussed Postpartum Depression and some valuable information for new Moms.
Many of you know that as a psychologist I have devoted much of my career dealing with issues related to trauma and abuse. I have worked with both victims and perpetrators. Clearly, keeping children safe [...]
A breakup can be compared to the death of someone or something important to us. It is the death of a relationship. As such, people generally go through a period of grief.
Dr. Elaine Ducharme joined Allan,Mike & Mary in the the WRCH studio. She discussed some valuable bounce back strategies for kids to help with everyday problems.
Did you know that at least 100 million adults in the United States suffer from chronic pain, according to the Institute of Medicine. Pain actually serves an important purpose.
Okay, I admit it. I am so done with winter. Actually I think this is one thing that pretty much everyone on the east coast and midwest can agree one…no matter which political party. We are all ready for spring.
Stress in America …Teens Struggling with Stress American teens report experiences with stress that follow a similar pattern as adults, according to a new survey released last week by the American Psychological Association (APA). In [...]
Have you ever been in a yelling match with someone? People who yell when they are angry and are trying to make a point, generally end up feeling frustrated and unheard. That is because, when two people are shouting at each other, no one is actually listening to the other.