• Call Now: 405.341.3554
  • Connect

Edmond Family Counseling Articles

Articles by the Counselors at Edmond Family Counseling


Wednesday, October 28, 2015
By Belinda Crosier It seems there’s never an end to what people will try, in order to take the effects of a mind-altering substance to the next level. Something we’ve been hearing  Read More

A Movie to see With your Teen? Yes!

Wednesday, October 28, 2015
By Quinton Ellis, LPC When the internet pulled me aside to tell me that several Americans who went to see The Martian thought it was based on a true story I had two thoughts simultaneousl Read More

Being a Chronic Procrastinator

Thursday, August 13, 2015
By Sheila Stinnett As the last days of summer are upon us, I would like to discuss a behavior which continually haunts me, is unproductive and generally just makes me feel bad, my urge to  Read More

Heroin Crisis

Thursday, July 23, 2015
By Darcy McConnell The United States Drug Enforcement Agency figures show a four-fold increase in heroin seizures along the southwest border since 2008: 4,653 pounds of heroin was confiscate Read More

The BeEdmond App: Connecting Teens to Support Close to Home

Sunday, July 05, 2015
If you know a teen or a tween, you know that there is only one thing more vital than oxygen, the essential, ever-present, possibly broken screened cell phone. It has become the primary mode of com Read More

Family Roles

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
By John Goetz, LPC Families come in all shapes and sizes. They are unique systems that deserve respect and reverence. As systems, families have multiple levels of interactions and dynamics. The Read More

In The Good Ol’ Summertime

Friday, May 08, 2015
By Belinda Crosier, LPC, LADC Oh, those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer! They’re almost here, & with them, come expectations by parents & children about what those days will re Read More

Teens and Smartphones

Thursday, April 23, 2015
By Quinton Ellis Hey. Remember that societal conversation we never had about whether kids should be given that exact same technology as their parents simply because they all want it? Well, we  Read More

“Prevention is Key: Let’s Start with the Man in The Mirror.”

Wednesday, April 01, 2015
By Chad McCoy, M.A. Just like in any disease or illness: Early Prevention is key. From cancer to depression, the earlier problems are identified, the more adept we can be in treating and addr Read More

What is the “right” way to parent?

Monday, March 09, 2015
By Amanda Percival, M.A., LPC Candidate Parenting can be a controversial topic. What is the “right” way to parent? Haven’t we all been quick to judge another parent at the  Read More

Recent Posts


Changing Problem Behavior fads Co-Parenting Ben Carson Holiday stress David Feldman Impact of Suicide College Age Children 13 Reasons Why NOT Heroin in the Suburbs Early Treatment of Depression Jay Asher Disciplining Teens Will counseling work quickly Depression and social media Grounded Hope Summer Plans for Teens Communication The Butterfly Circus Reading James Dobson School Anxiety How long should counseling take Prom Setting Boundaries for Your Teen Annie Sullivan Self-Esteem Procrastination ADA Edmond Character Council Teenage perception of drug use Sanjay Gupta GirlStrong Limitations of counseling 5 Love Languages Happiness Political bias Seniors Bullying Domestic violence resources Discipline Drinking in high school Holidays Young Adults Suicide Prevention for Teens Decision-Making Teenagers Darcy McConnell Isolation in teens Strong Willed Child Divorce Teens Use of Technology spring Food Allergies Family Theory Community Suicide Prevention Programs Normalcy Emotions Belinda Crosier Facebook Choices Disability Self Image Anger Affluenza Newsletter Teen Suicide Supersurvivors non-verbal communication Prevention Teen Drug Use Learning Twenty Somethings Presidential debate College Campus National Drug Threat Assessment Summary Negative Thinking Positive Thinking Parenting HB 2249 Conflict Consequences Relationships How many sessions do I need Oklahoma Department of Human Services Eating Disorder World Health Organization gadgets Positive Reinforcement Teenage Boys Childhood depression Divorce School Managing substance abuse Positive Illusions Dr. Rhonda Patrick Child Abuse Oklahoma Statute on Marijuana Teens and Smartphones Panic Emotional Development parenting college age kids Suicide Terrorism and children Parenting with purpose Independent Living Role Models Feldman and Kravetz Snapchat Oklahoma drug use Divorce with minor children Dr. Ben Carson Elizabeth Loftus The Golden Years Drug Abuse Edmond drug use Communicating with your child Speaker Listener Technique DIY Marriage counseling Developmentally appropriate strategies for grief counseling Opiods Helen Keller Political Correctness What to do when you are laid off Chores for Teens How do children process trauma What Matters Most Program Depression Grandparents as parents Dating Teen Parenting Gun violence and mental health Spanking Teen Jobs Quinton Ellis Scapegoating Schedule 1 Drug How prevalent is domestic violence Personality Test Retirement Disasters high school Micro-aggression Anxiety Edmond Municipal Court Death Butane Honey Oil Social Media School How to recognize domestic violence HK pen Risk taking Exercise treatment for depression History Ridley Scott Aggregated News for Teens Marijuana Back to School goals Communication techniques for couples Communicating with your teen Underage Drinking Mental Health Waxing New year’s resolution Tumblr Boundaries How to manage anxiety Teens and cell phones Twitter What is domestic violence Peers ADHD Instagram Michael Jackson list Organization 710 Summer time parenting Time Management Andy Weir What Really Matters self-sabotage Links between unemployment and depression Joshua and Rebecca Weigel AARP Call of Duty Girl Strong United States Drug Enforcement Agency Amanda Percival Prescription Drugs Help for panic and anxiety Al McCormick Marriage counseling Golden Child Teens and Time Management Teen Safety Legalization of Marijuana Heroin Crisis Edmond Family Counseling When Teens Should Get a Cell Phone Drug Use John Goetz Bias and memory College Transitions Butane Hask Oil Family Roles 13 Reasons Why Jackie Shaw Edmond Substance Abuse Alcohol Brain Research Cell Phones Marriage Parent peer pressure Detox Diet Grandparenting Parenting through Divorce Apps for Teens Bong The Amazing Race Teenage Development How to control panic attacks Co-Parenting Class Fidget Spinners Culture Sheila Stinnett Working Parents Children Donald Miller Lee Daniel Kravetz Great Depression Why did the system fail Freshman Year Social anxiety Enabling Adult Children Funding Prom safety Parkland Shooter Entitlement Syndrome Adult Children Siblings in Conflict Therapy Technology Prom guidelines for teens Self Investment Misconceptions of Smoking Marijuana Tetra-Amelia Syndrome Retirement Planning Gender Roles Suicide Prevention Recommendations Is therapy forever Drugs personal growth Panic attacks Parenting and Cell Phones Fear bucket list Hanna Baker Unemployment and depression How to detect signs of depression Parenting Teenagers Character Development Grandparent Initiative Americans with Disabilities Act Support Group Chad McCoy Medical Use of Marijuana in Oklahoma Captain of Your Ship Addiction Mayme White Miller How to talk to your kids about terrorism Nutrition and stress Codependency Unemployment Setting Boundaries with Adult Children Summer The Martian Movie Trauma Wax Stress Child Development Millenials The Martian Book College How common are panic attacks Mild-Depression Microagression Audrey Woods Panic Disorder Family Systems Theory Goal Setting Movies for Teens Sexual Abuse Confidentiality Learning Disabilites The Miracle Worker


Call Us Now!