Asking teachers for help

By Mia Gold-Rosenberg, LMSW A new school year means a new classroom, new teachers, and new friends. Getting into the routine of a new school year can be intimidating, causing kids to feel anxious and become fearful to ask for help. When kids are afraid to ask for help, they can start to fall behind

Inclusive and Kind

Here we are at the end of August. Summer vacation is winding down and the kids are getting ready to go back to school. For some, this is a time of excitement. Getting to see old friends, starting a new adventure in an older grade, and getting ready to take new classes. But for some

Cool Kids

Remember that time, at school, when all the cool kids were sitting together? Talking and laughing? When you desperately wanted to join in, but were left out of the fun? Remember how painful it was? Maybe something similar is happening to your child right now. Maybe something like that is happening to you? Here are

Time management

Time management is difficult to accomplish in our every day lives. You live. You work. And you love your family. But where do you find the time? How can you keep sane when obligations threaten to overwhelm you? Here are 9 tips to keep things sane while juggling your family and career.  1. Optimize your schedule It

Anxiety

When you think about the causes of anxiety, it always seems to be things that are dealt with in the world of an adult. It may seem odd to some that children could have any reason to be experiencing anxiety. They don’t have to worry about bills, their jobs, providing for a family, or whatever

Anxiety is one of the most common mental health problems today. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America 40 million adults in the United States have identified as experiencing Anxiety. Anxiety disorders affect one in eight children. This can lead to higher risk of performing poorly in school, missing out on important social

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