child development

oppositional defiant disorder

Oppositional Defiant Disorder – Everything You Need To Know

It is perfectly natural for children to be rebellious and disobey parents from time to time. It is a normal part of development and also just a normal part of life – children can show a bit of attitude when they are hungry, tired, or stressed. However, a child who is constantly angry and defiant towards parents and authority figures to the point that it interferes with their daily life may have Oppositional Defiant Disorder. 

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A child scared of interaction: Social Anxiety Disorder in Children

Social Anxiety Disorder – Everything You Need To Know

Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is a mental health condition where social interactions cause irrational anxiety, fear, or embarrassment. A child suffering from social anxiety disorder has an irrational level of fear that they will humiliate or embarrass themselves, or that they are being watched and judged for their actions. This fear is so high that it interferes with their daily interactions and activities.

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Renew & Revive Spiritual Group Sign Up

This Renew & Revive (R&R) group is a program established by the team at Fully Health to provide a comprehensive approach to address all our needs – physical, mental, and spiritual. Through attending these complimentary group sessions, you will learn about the good news of Jesus Christ and how God will intervene during our journey toward achieving healing and greatest potential.

All individuals 18+ are welcome to attend! You do not need to be a Fully Health client or patient to attend. This service is free of charge. Please note, these sessions are not a clinical service. You may come and go as you like. We would be happy to have you whenever you may be available to join!

Wednesdays 7:30 – 8:30 pm on Zoom

What to expect from R&R
– To deeply understand, believe, and enjoy the Gospel, and know who I am
– To be able to have any question answered without judgment. For example, “Why am I struggling so much even though I have faith?” and “If I seek psychiatric treatment, does that mean my faith is small?”
– To experience the ability to fight the spiritual battle in life, especially regarding mental health struggles around me
– If Jesus is the Christ who solved my fundamental spiritual problem that led to all the “bad fruits” of life, then He is the answer to any other problem (mental and/or physical) that I may face on this earth.