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Wynns Family Psychology specializes in child psychologist, therapist, counselor, therapy, counseling

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Wynns Family Psychology is passionate about improving mental health for children, teens, parents, and families!

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Wynns Family Psychology is passionate about improving mental health for children, teens, parents, and families!

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Comment if there are other ways you have found to help your child or teen feel calmer in times of stress or work through their a...

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Comment if there are other ways you have found to help your child or teen feel calmer in times of stress or work through their anxious feelings.

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Wynns Family Psychology offers a variety of services that promote development for both children and parents!

5/7/2024 5:15:05 PM +00:00

Wynns Family Psychology offers a variety of services that promote development for both children and parents! Some of our services include: Individual Therapy, Parent Coaching, Family Therapy, and Social Skills groups for children and teens! Comment below with your strategies for improving your child’s emotional and mental health!

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Are you frustrated and at the end of your rope when it comes to parenting? Parents are invited to join the revolution and restore the proper balance of power and authority in the home!

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No Wimpy Parenting goes to the beach!

8/10/2017 8:26:28 PM +00:00

It’s that time of year! Facebook and Instagram are overloaded with pics of adorable tan children frolicking in the surf or digging in the sand. Vacations are supposed to be a wonderful respite from “real life,” but are often surprisingly … Continue reading

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The “Softer side” of No Wimpy Parenting

3/17/2017 6:38:42 PM +00:00

This is the year I’m writing the No Wimpy Parenting book, and so I’m going to write more regular blogs again. Promise! If you have been a fan of No Wimpy Parenting for a while, you know we are usually … Continue reading

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A Kid’s Perspective: Choosing Bullying; Choosing Kindness

10/23/2014 4:31:00 PM +00:00

Guest blog by Heather Leah, preschool and school-age teacher in Raleigh, NC. As a teacher, I have the benefit of seeing the “Bullying Conversation” from both sides. Yes, I read the articles about the bullying pandemic, but I also see … Continue reading

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Ask Dr. Wynns Give-A-Way Contest!

10/21/2014 6:54:19 PM +00:00

You want to be a No Wimpy Parent, but you need some guidance. Never fear! Dr. Wynns is here to put you back on the path to better parenting.  Get expert advice, as she answers your burning questions—no parenting issue … Continue reading

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Is There a Difference Between Teasing and Bullying?

10/20/2014 4:50:25 PM +00:00

When you hear the word “bully,” what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? A scene from The Karate Kid where Johnny and his merciless gang of Cobra Kai’s pummel the vulnerable “new kid,” Daniel?  Or do you think … Continue reading

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No Wimpy Parenting™: 5 Steps To Taking Back Your Power

10/16/2014 3:13:15 PM +00:00

It’s time to start a revolution in America – a parenting revolution! Bit by bit, day by day, parents are slowly giving away their power. To whom you ask? To their children! There seems to be an epidemic of kids … Continue reading

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Don’t blink

9/24/2017 1:47:37 AM +00:00

Tonight I realized something with a giant thud in my heart. My kids never need (or want) me to read out loud to them anymore. The last book was read who knows when. But no one warned me to read slowly, savoring the snuggled bodies tucked in next to me, because it was the last […]

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Teens get a bad rap

4/29/2017 11:38:41 PM +00:00

We’ve all seen the images of self-absorbed teens, taking selfies and laughing with an air of “We are way too cool to make eye contact with you.” Even before “selfies” were a thing, teens had a reputation for having an attitude, thriving on “drama” and being only slightly more self-obsessed than toddlers. Well, I just […]

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How to talk to your kids about the Orlando shooting, or should you?

6/14/2016 2:24:21 AM +00:00

I’ve done a few interviews today for radio and tv news to give tips about how to discuss the Orlando shooting with your kids. The most common question asked is, “What do you say to kids when they hear about or see news about this terrible incident?” I have found most people assume there is […]

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Why I will NEVER be a “normal mother” [Letter to my 12 year old]

6/6/2016 9:05:23 PM +00:00

  Dear Beloved “Tween” of Mine, You recently sighed and mumbled, “I just wish you could be a normal mom.” This was on the heels of your dad and I deciding to opt you out of a 9/11 video at school (you were the “only” kid in the entire 7th grade who had to visit […]

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Harmless teasing, joking, or bullying? What’s a parent to do?

1/20/2014 3:57:33 AM +00:00

Is There a Difference Between Teasing and Bullying? When you hear the word “bully,” what’s the first thing that comes to your mind?—A scene from The Karate Kid where Johnny and his merciless gang of Cobra Kai’s pummel the vulnerable “new kid,” Daniel?  Or do you think about tweens being emotionally and psychologically degraded through […]

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Sibling Strife

8/20/2013 2:38:34 PM +00:00

“But she started it!,” comes the whine from the backseat. If these are familiar words (and I know they are), you’re not alone. Most parents have kids with at least one thing in common: sibling fighting. Unless your children are far apart in age (or they’re benevolent aliens from another planet), they’re going to fight. […]

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Wynns Family Psychology specializes in child psychologist, therapist, counselor, therapy, counseling, testing, assessment & evaluation services in Cary NC.

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We have summer camps! Virtual and in person for social skills! And Boys to Men for boys who need a little help in improving atti...

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RT @WynnsPsychology: 2 weeks until our 2nd annual FREE Kindergarten Fair in Cary! Free kindergarten screenings, food, and booths...

3/15/2019 8:04:46 PM +00:00

RT @WynnsPsychology: 2 weeks until our 2nd annual FREE Kindergarten Fair in Cary! Free kindergarten screenings, food, and booths of local family friendly businesses! Tix here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-annual-kindergarten-fair-tickets-54980131052

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We are a child/adolescent psychology practice. We specialize in providing therapy, psychological and psychoeducational evaluations, and custody services for children, adolescents, and their families. We also work with couples and parents. We enjoy community partnerships such as advising for parenting articles, doing podcasts, and giving on-air advice for radio programs.

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If you're sick of your kids running your hous and feeling like you have no power, you've come to the right place. No Wimpy Parenting is a resource for ALL parents!

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Get In Touch - Information & Scheduling

Call 919-467-7777 or email Info@WynnsFamilyPsychology.com to schedule an appointment or to learn more about our therapy services, testing services, social skills groups, custody services, and team of psychologists and therapists. You can also complete our new client inquiry form to get started.

Most new clients are scheduled for their first full appointment at the Cary, Raleigh, or Greensboro, NC office locations within one to two weeks of calling. We also offer telehealth for those who prefer to have virtual sessions from home, school, or the office.

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