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January: It’s OK to Be Different Month

The end-of-year and holiday rush is over. Life is settling back into a routine for most of us, but there is still a lot to celebrate. January is filled with long lists of “awareness month” proclamations. You might choose to … Continue reading

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Inclusion Lesson—Leaves of Acceptance

By Wendy L. Moss, Ph.D., ABPP, FAASP, and Susan A. Taddonio, D.P.T., M.A., P.T. Inclusive Schools Week is December 2–6. This is a great time for educators to focus some of their lessons specifically on the topics of stereotyping, acceptance, … Continue reading

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Counselor’s Corner: Spring Fever

Spring has officially sprung, but in some areas it still feels a lot like winter. Where I live, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, it’s still in the 30s! If you’re sick of cold weather and ready to celebrate spring, this post is … Continue reading

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