Dr. Cheryl Lane

Dr. Cheryl Lane obtained her doctorate from George Fox University in 1996. She spent the first few years of her career working with children and adolescents, and then later transitioned to working with adults. She has worked in a variety of settings, including inpatient psychiatric, community mental health, and private practice. She also spent several years working in a large hospital ER, where she evaluated psychiatric patients as a consult to the ER physicians.

Dr. Cheryl Lane obtained her doctorate from George Fox University in 1996. She spent the first few years of her career working with children and adolescents, and then later transitioned to working with adults. She has worked in a variety of settings, including inpatient psychiatric, community mental health, and private practice. She also spent several years working in a large hospital ER, where she evaluated psychiatric patients as a consult to the ER physicians.

Parenting is the toughest job in the world, even for those who came from healthy backgrounds. But if one or both of your parents were abusive, it will impact how you view parenting and possibly make appropriate parenting especially difficult for you. What you consider to be "normal" will be skewed. For ...

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Pregnancy can be an incredibly wonderful time in your life, as well as a very scary time in your life. ...

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Divorce is difficult for children of all ages, but it can be especially confusing for very young children. Even infants can be significantly affected by the stress, emotional upheaval, and changes that inevitably occur during this difficult time. As a parent going through a divorce, you may feel uncertain as ...

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Blended families are becoming more and more common. Recent statistics indicate that nearly 33 percent of marriages in the U.S. form a stepfamily. In fact, each day there are 1,300 new, blended families formed. Unfortunately, blended families can be particularly stressful for both the ...

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Many adults assume that children, from birth to five years of age, aren't really affected by divorce. Because they don't understand it, then it must not be a big deal. Sadly, this couldn't be farther from the truth. If you have an infant, toddler, or preschooler, and you are going ...

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Young children, just like adults, can go through periods of significant stress. It may be due to a variety of things, such as changes in the home, conflict or chaos in their environment, physical illness, or a recent loss (e.g. a divorce or death). As a parent, it's ...

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As a parent, it's normal to observe your child's playtime behavior and dialogue. You may wonder at times if what you see and hear is normal, or cause for concern. If your little girl always pulls the heads off her dolls, or is frequently aggressive with her playmates, should you be rushing to the phone ...

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There is nothing easy about raising children; but, it gets much more complicated and difficult when the other parent behaves badly, or screws up. While most people agree that parents should be good role models, some parents really drop the ball. Unfortunately, you're usually the one who has to explain the ...

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Parenting very young children can be stressful, especially if it’s your first time. Every sniffle, cough, and fever can have you frantically wondering if your child needs to see a doctor as soon as possible. Medical problems, unfortunately, aren’t the only health issues that can plague infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. ...

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If you're parenting a toddler, there are probably many times you feel completely baffled by his/her behavior. One minute he's loving and compliant, and the next minute he's terrorizing the entire household (or supermarket!). Needless to say, it can be overwhelming. The good news is that ...

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