Feature in MEND Newsletter

I wrote an article on parents’ conflicts and effects on children for this month’s MEND Newsletter, run by Kathy Gonzales, Executive Director of JANUS Conflict Management Services. Services are offered in Florida and Trinidad & Tobago. Here’s what Kathy had to say:

For those of you with children, I do hope you are enjoying the school vacation. Sometimes though, having your children at home all day can be challenging on a number of different levels. For instance, what do you do as a parent when conflict erupts between you and your partner and your children are looking on?

Traci Williams, M.S., a Trinbagonian completing a doctorate in clinical psychology at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA, has some words of advice for you in the “GUEST CHECK IN”.

You can check out my article here!


About Traci S. Williams-Nurse

Dr. Traci Williams-Nurse is a licensed psychologist who specialized in child, adolescent and family psychology. Her interests include child development, family functioning, video games and food. She was born and raised in Trinidad & Tobago and currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
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