Karen Garloch

August 4, 2014 12:05 PM

Doctor helps families find ‘still, quiet place’

When Dr. Amy Saltzman counsels parents and children about how to change self-destructive behavior, she suggests they learn to come to a “still, quiet place” before they react to challenging circumstances and conflicts.

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