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‘Tis the Season to be Stressed

In a perfect world, the holiday season would sparkle with harmony and joy for all. However, in the real world, the holidays are the most stressful time of the year for just about everyone to some degree. The American Psychological Association reports that stress is on...

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School Accommodations for Anxious Children (Part 2)

This is a continuation of the School Accommodations for Anxious Children (Part 1) article that discusses the struggles children with anxiety disorders face at school. While Part 1 has recommendations for modifications that can be made within the classroom, this...

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School Accommodations for Anxious Children (Part 1)

Children with anxiety disorders frequently struggle academically and socially at school. They may worry about being called on in class to give an impromptu answer that would cause them to stutter and stammer much to their extreme embarrassment. Or, even worse, asked...

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Is Your Child Too Anxious?

In today’s world, there are lots of scary things for kids to be worried about like the first day of school, getting invited to a birthday party, or monsters under the bed. Mild forms of anxiety are considered normal and every child suffers from it at different phases...

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College Students and Mental Health Concerns

Caryn is a mom of two freshman and junior students who are getting ready to go off to college. Her kids are not the only ones getting an education because she is also learning how to prepare these young adults to live independently and handle life’s daily challenges....

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