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Teen Addictions Are Increasing During the Pandemic—And How Adults Can Help

By James J. Crist, Ph.D., author of What’s the Big Deal About Addictions? The effects of the pandemic have been steadily increasing since the start in March 2020. Most schools have resorted to online learning. Students and teachers alike find … Continue reading

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Self-Care for Educators at Home

By Stephanie Filio I am an existential counselor through and through. Like all existential counselors, I believe that the only way to cope with the anxiety of existence is to find meaning in our lives. I believe we find that … Continue reading

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Helping Children Cope with the COVID-19 Crisis

By Deborah Serani, Psy.D., author of Sometimes When I’m Sad It’s long been known that children react to stress by looking at how adults cope. During this uncertain time, here are ways you can help your children—and yourself—move through the … Continue reading

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Reducing Student Anxiety in the Midst of COVID-19

By Stephanie Filio What. In. The. World. Coronavirus? A pandemic?! Every day I am getting closer and closer to being able to begin to process what is going on, but it is certainly slow going. First, there is my baseline: … Continue reading

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Helping Kids Cope with the Fear of Violence

By Stephanie Filio Every generation seems to have their own approach to protecting children against violence on TV. In the 1980s, parents were advised to keep their children from watching the news and MTV. In the ’90s, parent groups scolded … Continue reading

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