Tag Archives: COVID-19

Mental Health Televisits for Children & Teens: Everything You Need to Know

By James J. Crist, Ph.D., author of What’s the Big Deal About Addictions? Since the COVID-19 pandemic emerged in the United States in mid-March, most therapists have stopped seeing patients in their offices. Insurance companies allowed therapists to switch to … Continue reading

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How Trauma Impacts Learning

By Stephanie Filio, M.Ed., author of Responding to Student Trauma: A Toolkit for Schools in Times of Crisis Traumatic experiences are all-consuming. When people experience trauma, their minds and bodies replay the emotions felt in that moment over and over … Continue reading

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Meeting the Needs of Students with IEPs During the Coronavirus

By Benjamin Farrey-Latz, author of I Can Learn Social Skills! Poems About Getting Along, Being a Good Friend, and Growing Up Before last March, had you ever heard of Zoom? How about Seesaw or Google Classroom? We have all been … Continue reading

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13 Fun Ideas to Make Virtual Learning Special for Your Students

By Shannon Anderson, author of  Mindset Power: A Kid’s Guide to Growing Better Every Day Virtual learning isn’t what you signed up for when you earned your teaching degree, is it? This year is a record holder for how many times … Continue reading

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Responding to Trauma in Students—and Yourself

By Stephanie Filio, M.Ed., author of Responding to Student Trauma: A Toolkit for Schools in Times of Crisis, When you were a kid, you were a kid. Now, you are an adult . . . but you were still that … Continue reading

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