Every student who aims to become a high-achiever will experience exam stress. It’s an unavoidable part of student life and everyone will face it at some point in their lives. How can you cope? What can parents do to help?
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW joins Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron to give some advice.
Toxic stress response can occur when a child experiences strong, frequent, and/or prolonged adversity—such as physical or emotional abuse, chronic neglect, caregiver substance abuse or mental illness, exposure to violence, and/or the accumulated burdens of family economic hardship—without adequate adult support.
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW speak with Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron
Sure, you love the holiday season–but just not so much of it! This year, you’re hoping to cut the stress out of Christmas: to trim the celebration back to one that is sustainable and calm. It’s not always easy this time of year to get along when the season is oh so BUSY BUSY BUSY. Times are even more trying when there are family members you may not always get along with.
Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron speak with Dr Julie Gowthorpe, RSW this morning on Mix 97 to chat about how to have a CALM CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY.
If you’re feeling sad or lonely this holiday season, take some comfort in the knowledge that you’re in good company. Then, consider the following salves to soothe your December melancholy. Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW joins Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron of the Mix Morning Show to talk and share some help for us all.
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW provides individual (adults, teens and children), couple therapy, and family therapy for a wide range of issues. In addition to counselling services, she, along with her associates, offers custody assessment, mediation services, parenting capacity assessment and parenting plans. 613-962-1852
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW speaks with Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron of Mix97 about Divorce and Distance. How to cope and manage the transition better and with respect for each other and most importantly the children.
How toLive in the Moment. Living in the momentis not always easy. Sometimes our thoughts are overwhelmed by regrets about past event or anxiety about the future, which can make it hard to enjoy the present.
Dr Julie Gowthorpe, RSW speak with Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron on MIX97 about Living in the moment HERE