Good Afternoon!

Halloween is upon us and this can be a stressful time for many parents! With spooky decorations everywhere and gory horror movies on every channel, it seems like the scare factor gets raised higher and higher each year. But the scariest thing of all to some parents can be deciding whether or not to expose their young child to such scary things.

Is there a way to make Halloween fun and not so scary? 

YES! From tamer costumes, trick 'r' treating in groups and even fun parties, there are some great ways that this holiday can be a pleasant and even exciting experience for your child!

In this week's blog post, "Halloween Jitters: 5 Tips for Parents to Make October 31st Fun and Not Scary”, Rice Psychology Group will share some creative and fun ways to make October 31st more enjoyable for your entire family!

At Rice Psychology Group, we understand you'd do anything to keep your child safe and happy. We hope that our tips can help you make Halloween fun and provide your child with pleasant memories to last a lifetime. If you’d like some additional guidance or information on how to create a fun Halloween experience, then contact our licensed mental health counselors and psychologists in Tampa today!

*Coming soon! We are excited to share that Dr. Nikel Rogers-Wood will be starting two new groups at our Carrollwood office! 
Thursday morning group: Mothers and Motherhood. 
Thursday afternoons: High School Girls. 
Both groups begin November 29th and are limited to 6 participants. 

More information to follow or call or email us if you just can’t wait!!!

All my best...

About Rice Psychology Group

Rice Psychology Group works tirelessly to help clients of all ages identify, understand and overcome the issues they may be experiencing.

Whether you’re currently dealing with depression, are worried about your child, or are dealing with an issue you just can’t understand, know that our licensed psychologists and mental health counselors are here to help.

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