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New Theravive Article by our Psychologist Hilda Huj Surviving a Crime - Coping 101 Crime   does   not   choose   who   its   next   victim   is. Anyone   can   be   a   victim   of   crime.   Therefore,   it   is   essential   for   all   of   us   to know   how   to   recognize   the   symptoms   of   trauma   associated   with   crime   and   learn   how   to   deal   with   it   in   a   healthy   way. Failure   to   do   the   latter   may   result   in   serious   maladjustment,   which   can   have   a   detrimental   effect   on   our   road   to   recovery from victimization
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New Theravive Article by our Psychologist Hilda Huj Parenting Tips: Talking about Death with Children Death   is   a   part   of   our   everyday   life,   however,   it   never   gets   easy   to   deal   with   it.   Actually,   death   represents   one   of   the greatest   emotional   challenges   we   will   face   during   our   lifetimes.   And,   despite   the   fact   that   it   happens   so   often,   we   will probably never get fully used to dealing with death. Especially, if it is a death of a person that is very close to us. Adults   struggle   significantly   with   the   concept   of   death,   whether   it   comes   to   how   to   cope   with   losing   the   people   closest   to us   or   how   to   contend   with   our   own   inevitable   demise.   But,   what   about   the   children?   When   we   know   how   much   of   an impact   death   has   on   us,   it   is   difficult   not   to   be   concerned   about   discussing   death   with   children,   particularly   with   very young ones
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ARCH Psychological Services KEEPING YOU  IN THE LOOP Here is where you are able to find the latest news about ARCH Psychological Services. We invite you to look around and contact us if you have any questions. CONTACT US
NEW ARCH WEBSITE With an intention to serve you better, we have redesigned our website to provide quick and efficient access to our information and services. It is now mobile friendly. To learn more about ARCH Psychological Services we invite you look around our website and to contact us if you have any questions.
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New Theravive Article by our Psychologist Hilda Huj Parenting Tips: Talking about Death with Children Death   is   a   part   of   our   everyday life,   however,   it   never   gets   easy   to deal      with      it.      Actually,      death represents    one    of    the    greatest emotional   challenges   we   will   face during our lifetimes.