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Author: Bethany Hardy

Bethany received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Southeastern University in Florida (2013) and received her Master of Science degree in Professional Counseling from Southeastern University (2014). Bethany is a licensed professional counselor and board-certified supervisor in Virginia and in New Hampshire. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families for both individual and group counseling. Bethany has experience working with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, grief, severe mental illnesses, substance use, abuse, domestic violence, co-dependency, parenting and family issues and issues related to faith.For hobbies Bethany enjoys spending time with her husband and two toddlers. Bethany enjoys sports and any outdoor activities. Bethany loves basketball and soccer and has coached basketball for several years. Bethany also is a professor at Southeastern University teaching online courses in Psychology.
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Promoting Positive Emotional Health in Our Children

Are you wanting to promote positive emotional health in your children, but are not sure where to begin? A great starting place is to read the books by Daniel Siegel, No-Drama Discipline and The Whole Brain Child. Also, check out the women’s ministry YouTube page to watch the videos I recorded with the Women’s Ministry

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How Do I Respond and Not React?

There are many situations in which we react to situations and people instead of responding to them? For example, if your teenager comes to you and tells you they crashed your brand-new car and totaled it, would you react or would you be able to respond? If you get to work and you see someone

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Coping With Seasonal Depression

Ten million Americans struggle with seasonal depression. As actor Stewart Stafford said “January is the calendar’s ingrown hair.” Winter can be a very difficult time of year for people, especially in areas that have a lot of snow and cold temperatures. January seems to be an especially difficult month after the ups and downs from

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