Families Can Support Kids’ Mental Health Whether They’re Learning Remotely or at School – Here’s How

By Dr. Erika Bockneck, Ph.D.9 min read The choice between in-person learning, where available, and remote learning is a fraught one for parents. Children experience joy and connection when they learn alongside other kids, but they risk being exposed to the coronavirus. Remote learning at home can protect kids from COVID-19, but does it set back their social-emotional development? It may feel like a stark … Continue reading Families Can Support Kids’ Mental Health Whether They’re Learning Remotely or at School – Here’s How

The Four Levels of Change

By Shannon Thomas5 min read People are unique and strangely similar all at the same time. By this, I mean that although no two people are identical, the way that individuals handle certain aspects of life are very similar to other people. There seem to be patterns and clusters of ways people respond to life. I especially see this with personal growth. Having been working … Continue reading The Four Levels of Change

Holiday Travel – Stop Trippin’

By Ali Behar, LCSW8 min read So many of life’s major stressors are experiences that we actually choose— like getting married, starting a new job, starting a family, and travel! Why is that and how can we manage those feelings? While travel is usually undertaken with a positive goal in mind—like pleasure, adventure, or reconnecting with family, travel disrupts our routine by nature. While the … Continue reading Holiday Travel – Stop Trippin’