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Posted: November 8, 2022

Social Media: Altering Our Reality One Post at a Time

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One of my adolescent clients recently had an epiphany during our session: social media is not real. As we discussed all the ways she felt her peers were surpassing her academically and socially, she ...

Julia Osborne, MSW, LMSW

Posted: November 1, 2022

What is Addiction?

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“We are all going to depend on something!” “What is that giving you that you are not getting?” The former statement is one a colleague shared with me in a conversation years ago, the latter is ...

Bryan Duckham, Ph.D., MSW, LCSW

Posted: October 25, 2022

The Need for Human Connection

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I’ve been thinking recently about the last few years, especially 2020 and 2021. I’m grateful that I could not have foreseen a year where our office would be closed to in-person clients and we ...

Mary Fitzgibbons, Ph.D.

Posted: October 18, 2022

7 Strategies for Coping through Difficult Transitions

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Life changes are inherently stressful. Major disruption in our environments, relationships or routines throws us off balance, and we long for certainty and a sense of “normal” life. In this restless state, our brains seek ...

Amy Neu, MSW, LCSW

Posted: October 7, 2022

Adapting to Change through Collaborative Teaching and Learning

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School violence, book bans from school libraries, culture wars, the pandemic, hybrid learning, failing students, teacher shortages… it goes on and on. No, these are not the titles of the latest HBO Max ...

Carol Hall-Whittier, Ed.D.

Posted: August 9, 2022

Practical Strategies for Decreasing Children’s Back-to-School Anxiety

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Summer is drawing to a close and a new school year is about to begin. For many of us, this brings stress as we witness our children’s anxieties about school increasing. For our ...

Heather Hanvy, MA, CRC, LPC