Author Archive | Katie Novick

Creating Routines for Children

Many young children struggle when they are asked to transition from one activity to another. This can often become most apparent during particular times in a child’s daily routine. For instance, getting ready for school in the morning, leaving activities they are enjoying, or getting ready for bed at night. Although there is never one […]

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Dr. Margaret Blaustein on Treating Traumatic Stress

Dr. Margaret Blaustein is the co-creator of the ARC Treatment Model, which focuses on Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency to foster resiliency in children and adolescents who have experienced complex or chronic traumatic stress.

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What is Internal Family Systems Therapy? An Interview With Dr. Richard C. Schwartz

An Introduction to Internal Family Systems Therapy   To learn more about Dr. Schwartz’s model of therapy, I attended a conference where he was presenting. I had the opportunity to hear him lecture as well as interview him about the theory, practice, and thought processes that helped him to create Internal Family Systems Therapy. In […]

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Boston in Fog

Through the Fog: Understanding Trauma

I recently had the privilege of attending the 22nd Annual International Trauma Conference, at the Seaport World Trade Center, in Boston, MA. After the conference on Saturday, I was sitting down by the Fort Point Channel, thinking about everything I had learned over the last three days. There was a heavy, moist, fog that had settled […]

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