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Blog, coping, teen anxiety, teen depression

Self-Injury & Cutting: It’s Time to Get Help

Cutting, also known as self-Injury or self-mutilation have quickly become an unfortunate, dangerous trend among young people in America. In fact, a 2012 study found that 8 percent of children and teens who participated in the study self-injured. With celebrities and social media influencers talking about it (and sometimes even glorifying it), cutting has grown […]

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ADHD, Blog

3 Types of ADHD – Symptoms and Treatment

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a condition that can be discovered at any age, and can have an impact on a person’s behavior, emotions, and ability to learn. Generally, ADHD affects not only kids, but adults as well. School can become particularly difficult for someone with this medical condition, as ADHD can affect a […]

ADHD, Blog

ADHD: How to Manage Time at Home

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is difficult enough for your child to manage at school, and when they get home, it can be even harder to sit still and complete their homework. Time management, organizational skills and prioritization can be a challenge for children as a result of ADHD. As a parent, you can help them […]


Can Body Language Improve Your Mood?

The way you hold yourself can be an outward expression of how you feel. When you have your shoulders back, and head held high, you exude confidence to others. When you don’t feel quite so confident, you may hunch your shoulders, making yourself look smaller. These subtle physical expressions can show others how you feel, […]

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Suicide Attempt – Time To Get Help

By Executive Director, John Reilly, MSW, LCSW, PsyA. The possibility of a child’s suicide is one of the most frightening worries for a parent, and rightfully so. Suicide is one of the leading causes of death among adolescents, ranking only behind accidents/unintentional injury (Minino, 2010). There is widespread and very public support for families and […]