Camp Constitution has a number of sponsors that help support our mission. Thanks to our supporters, Camp Constitution, an all-volunteer organization, has never turned down a worthy youngster or family due to a lack of funds. One of our newest
We Started On A Firm Foundation On July 4, 1776, America declared independence, setting the stage for George Washington to became the father of a new nation, founded on Biblical morality. The people, who primarily were Christians leading this quest,
Camp Constitution Holds 6th Annual Family Camp in Rindge, NH July 13-20 Camp Constitution will hold its 6th annual family camp at the Toah Nipi Christian Retreat Center in Rindge, NH from Sunday July 13 to Sunday July 20. The
Most parents think they have rules but instead have a loosely organized set of expectations for their children. A rule is a very technical thing. It consists of an expectation plus a consequence or reason for doing the right thing.
A primer for parents to help them establish meaningful rules for their children. Continue reading
Behavior, school, and social problems are the Big Three when parents are asked to rank concerns about their children. I addressed behavior and school problems here previously and now will tackle some social difficulties. To make this manageable, I will
Parents are naturally concerned when children struggle in school. Professionals studying school and learning problems distinguish between “high severity” and “low severity” learning differences. High severity learning differences include mental retardation, delayed language development, speech problems, blindness, deafness, etc. These
Camp Constitution wishes to share the article “The Real Jesus of Nazareth.” May all of our readers and supporters have a very Merry Christmas.
Parent-child relationships are pleasant and harmonious in many families. They are not in many others and family harmony is disrupted by minor behavior problems that are significant to parents. Even though the problems are not considered serious, they lead to
Many issues make parenting difficult; here are a few. First, some children have difficult personalities or temperaments. They are naturally difficult to manage and have what has been called an “irritable-active” temperament. They are busy, inattentive, distractible, etc., and these
I am Dr. Victor M. Dmitruk (Ph.D), a Licensed Pediatric and Family Psychologist in private practice in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA. As suggested by the name of my Blog and my website, www.parentsastherapists.com, I provide help to families, parents, and children
Camp Constitution Press Releases New Book “American’s Dynamic Duo: Morality and Freedom…Camp Constitution’s Dynamic Duo: Rev Garrett Lear and Rev. Steve Craft
Camp Constitution Press just released “America’s Dynamic Duo: Morality and Freedom…Camp Constitution’s Dynamic Duo: Rev Garrett Lear and Rev. Steve Craft.” This book contains information about the Black Robe Regiment, The Heroes of Liberty, America’s Christian Heritage, how we lost