Actionable Resolutions for Your Mental Health

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Did you know that 80% of New Year’s resolutions don’t come to fruition? We all start the year with lofty goals, only to fall right back into old routines before the end of January. This year, we want to turn the focus away from failure by creating actionable resolutions for better mental health. Check out … Read more

Plan ahead for Your 2023 Mental Health Days

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Does your employer offer mental health days? If so, now is the perfect time to plan for them! Most people think of mental health days as time off to take when you feel overwhelmed, but you could actually use them as a tool to prevent mental health struggles before they happen. Check out these tips … Read more

How to Improve Your Child’s Critical Thinking Skills

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Oxford Languages defines critical thinking as “the objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgment.” It is the ability to interpret a question or situation and come up with the best-fitting solution. Children need critical thinking skills to interact with the world around them, but many children have experienced delayed … Read more

Mental Health Support for Foster Parents

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Being a foster parent is incredibly rewarding, but it can take a toll on your mental health. You must provide a positive environment for trauma-informed recovery while facing the general challenges that come with parenting. If you feel burnt out, overwhelmed, or stressed, know that you are not alone. Here are some mental health tips … Read more

Is Delayed Speech a Sign of Autism?

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Are you worried about your child’s speech development? Not sure if you should pursue an autism screening? Early diagnosis is always ideal because it allows for early intervention. Children who receive autism treatment at an early age are far better equipped to manage autism symptoms (Source). Let’s explore the correlation between speech delay and autism … Read more

Why Do I Get Sad in the Fall?

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Some people love the shift from summer to fall. The crisp breeze in the air ignites their fondest memories. For others, the fall is a dreaded time of year. This is when their depression peaks and they struggle to get through each passing day. If you’re in the latter category, know you’re not alone. This … Read more

Executive Function Coaching for Brain Fog

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Do you experience mental delays throughout the day? This could be anything from forgetting essential tasks to not remembering what you’re doing at the moment. Brain fog is prevalent in high-stress environments and can drastically influence your ability to function. This guide will explore how executive function coaching can alleviate brain fog symptoms. What Are … Read more

Dyslexia FAQs: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

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Dyslexia is the most prevalent learning disability among children and adults. It impacts school and daily life, often in unexpected ways. This comprehensive guide explains what dyslexia is, how its diagnosed, and how to pursue dyslexia treatment. What Is Dyslexia? Dyslexia is a learning disability that affects a person’s ability to read, interpret letters and … Read more

Stress Management Tips for Parents

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Parenting is a stressful job. You’re on call 24 hours a day, and you still have to manage the rest of your life around your kids’ needs. Approximately 7.5 million adults with depression have kids living with them at home, and 15 million children live with at least one depressed adult in the house. Stress, … Read more

Helping Your Child Handle School Anxiety

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School is back in session and so is school anxiety. Many students are transitioning to in-person schooling still with a mix of virtual learning. They have limited social skills, and they’re scared of the unknown. Can you blame them? School anxiety from the COVID era was inevitable, but it doesn’t have to be unbearable. There … Read more