Posts Tagged ‘emotionally fragile teens’

Getting to “NO” You

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

by John Reilly, Executive Director “I never take NO for an answer,” is a statement said with pride, as it is associated with perseverance, success and strength. Those who cannot take no for an answer suffer greatly when they realize … Continue reading

Workshop Recap

Friday, November 11th, 2011

Adoption Through The Eyes Of A Child On Friday, October 21st the Mahwah campus of Sage Day Schools hosted a presentation for over 100 educators, mental health clinicians, parents and interested parties on adoption. Presenter Madeleine Krebs, LCSW-C: Clinical Coordinator … Continue reading

The Importance of Early Intervention

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

By John Reilly, MSW, LCSW Academic and social struggles in school are often the first signs of a potentially serious underlying problem for a child. Clinicians and educators are aware that certain problems are rarely just “outgrown.”   The school years … Continue reading