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Blog, school avoidance, School Refusal, therapeutic education

Becoming a Trauma-Informed School Community

Many of our students have undergone traumatic experiences, and having a community of educators, clinicians, and parents who are educated on how to best respond to students’ needs is essential to Sage Day. Becoming a trauma-informed school community empowers our educators and clinicians to help children who have experienced trauma succeed in school and in […]

Supporting Trauma Informed School Communities Through Trauma Systems Therapy
Webinars & Workshops

Workshop: Supporting Trauma Informed School Communities Through Trauma Systems Therapy

On Thursday, January 17th at 10AM, join us for a workshop at Sage Day Rochelle Park on Supporting Trauma Informed School Communities Through Trauma Systems Therapy. This complimentary workshop will train professionals on how to work with children and young adolescents experiencing trauma. The workshop’s presenter, David Strauss, Ph.D., LCSW and a Sage Certified Clinician™ […]

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Sage Day Holds Workshop Series To Proactively Address Supporting Students Experiencing Trauma

In response to the mental health crisis, Sage Day Schools is holding a workshop series to advise educators on cultivating Trauma Informed School Communities. The workshops will culminate January 17th at the Sage Day Rochelle Park school. ROCHELLE PARK, N.J. – Sage Day is holding a series of workshops for educators, clinicians, and parents throughout […]

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Resource Center, teen anxiety, therapeutic education

Looking for the Needs Beneath the Behavior

Emotional outbursts and inappropriate behavior that aims to derail time in the classroom always comes from a deeper place than just “attention seeking” as some teachers may write it off as. Conflicts that arise in these situations usually have little to no connection to the real issues lingering beneath the surface. For the person who […]

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ADHD, Blog, teen anxiety, teen depression

5 Important Facts About Adolescent Mental Health Issues

Understanding mental health issues in adolescents is important for their futures, and the future of our youth as a whole. To best help an adolescent struggling with mental health issues, you must first understand what they are going through and how common mental health issues really are. 1. Most Common Mental Illnesses The most common […]

Blog, teen anxiety, teen depression, therapeutic education

Warning Signs of Mental Health Issues

As part of our efforts to give educators and parents the resources they need to support teens who struggle with mental illness, we’re sharing our experiences on what hard to identify warning issues look like. Recognizing warning signs of potential mental health issues is important—parents and educators should also be aware of the differences between […]