Understanding Celebrity Death by Suicide By Lynette Dixon, PhD, LPC, NCC Suicide is a difficult thing to understand. It often comes as a shock to all who hear of it, and when the person is rich, [...]
Training available for the staff of your school or district Suicide among adolescents and young adults continues to increase every year and is now the second leading cause of death in individuals [...]
Care Team 2.0 Revitalizing Your School’s Response to Today’s Generation of High-Risk Students When Monday, June 4, 2018 at 9:00 AM CDT -to- Friday, June 8, 2018 at 4:00 PM CDT [...]
Tony Tramelli, MA, LPC Every generation of adults looks to the next generation with some sense of trepidation. Beliefs and values within a society change over time. Although it may seem that [...]
We are all aware of the alarming increases in teen depression and anxiety, the opioid epidemic that is affecting so many families, and concerns about how technology is shaping our youth’s [...]
Participation in sports is one of the healthiest, most beneficial activities our children can experience. Through athletics, our children learn much needed social skills. Athletes must employ [...]
By Amy Neu, MSW, LCSW “I think he just wants to disagree with me, no matter the subject. The only safe thing to talk about is the weather…but wait – he argues about that too! [...]
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