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How Sage Thrive Therapeutic Services Can Help Your School

Sage Day has 20 years of dedicated experience in operating private therapeutic schools in NJ for young adolescents. Sage Thrive takes that same therapeutic model as practiced in our four schools and bring them on-site to your public or charter school. On average, one Sage Certified Clinician™ will work with 12-15 students and of the […]

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Helping Your Child Cope with Divorce

It’s no secret that many married couples get divorced while their children are still young. Parents may decide to get divorced for a variety of reasons, but ultimately the decision is made with the well-being of the entire family in mind. While parents are coping with divorce themselves, it can be hard to grasp just […]

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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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Discussing Body Image with Your Child

Being bombarded with images of beauty standards is an unhealthy aspect of modern society. According to the National Eating Disorders Association, 40-60 percent of girls ages 6-12 are concerned about becoming “too fat” or gaining weight. This issue is not gender specific however, 25 percent of individuals who suffer from anorexia nervosa are male. Discussing […]

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Supporting Students Who Self-Harm

  We all have ways of trying to manage the stressors in our lives. Some are constructive in nature, such as working out, meditation, and talking with qualified professionals, while others can be destructive in nature, including drinking, drug abuse, and self-harm. One of the most disconcerting things we can witness in the classroom includes […]