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My daughter is 13, was bullied at school and has become extremely disengaged. She is almost always alone in her room. After weeks of working with the school on a plan to ease her back in, she agreed to try going back to school for 2.5 hours. After I dropped her off, and made sure she would be okay, and she had a teacher supporting her, she ran away from school and called me. I wasn’t angry. We talked and she knows we are there for her. But I’m broken. What are some steps that we can take to help her heal so she can return to school and other activities she used to enjoy?

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Dr. Kevin Skinner

Dr. Kevin Skinner

Dr. Kevin Skinner is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has been helping individuals and families for over 20 years. He is the co-founder and Clinical Director of Path Wellness which owns Bloomforwomen.com, Pathformen.com, Addo Recovery, BrighterMornings.com and ParentGuidance.org. Along with co-founding Path Wellness, Dr. Kevin Skinner is a core faculty or IITAP (The International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals), training therapists around the world.

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