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How College Freshmen Can Still Make New Friends During Covid

Many college freshmen are out there right now wondering how they are supposed to make friends during COVID-19 when many classes are taking place online rather than in person.  This is called ‘blended learning’ and while it is going to keep faculty safe and stop the spread of the virus, it presents new challenges for all - especially those just...[ read more ]

How Seniors in high school can make the best of going to school virtually their last year in high school

The last year of high school and graduation is a rite of passage that some may not get to experience this year in the same way so many others have before. The uncertainty of what will happen with COVID over the course of the school year and how that will impact your experience, may be causing you a lot of...[ read more ]

When To Refer Your Patients For Mental Health Help

Knowing when to refer a patient for mental health help can be tough, but it’s crucial to understand what to look out for. Suicide is preventable, and mental health issues that go unchecked can end up spiraling and leading to it. On-going and unmitigated depression and anxiety can prolong one’s suffering as well as make it more difficult to effectively...[ read more ]

Creative ways to build connections during covid

Possibly one of the hardest things about having to deal with the pandemic and staying at home, is the loss of human connection. Humans are social creatures, and even introverts are starting to feel the effects of the last few months we’ve had to deal with. Staying connected to people and building new connections is so important - not only...[ read more ]

How To Deal With The Stress of Teaching Virtually

Many teachers have found themselves scrambling to support students from afar multiple times already this year, often with a few days or even a few hours notice. Balancing working, parenting, and teaching from home can seem like an impossible task, but making a few changes to your routine and vowing to take good care of yourself the rest of the...[ read more ]

How To Deal With Stress Of Missing Friends And Events

As a parent, you want the best for your kids and to avoid having them feel sad or disappointed. You love them and want to see them happy and joyful. Unfortunately, with the spread of COVID-19, the world has been turned upside down. Life is different now, and the reality is that many people are missing out on friends and...[ read more ]

How You Can Cope With The Stress Of Working From Home

If you are finding it difficult to manage the stress of working from home, then you are not alone. So many people are in the same situation that you are in right now, but if you take the time to focus on your mental health as well as developing a lifestyle that supports it, then you will soon find that...[ read more ]

College Toolkit- How to Deal with Being Stuck on Campus

If there’s one thing that can be said in life during COVID-19, it’s that things rarely go as planned. You may have once had this vision of how college life was going to be, but in reality, when it all comes down to it, it’s different. You may start to feel as though things are not working in your favor...[ read more ]

How To Deal With the Stress of Teaching Children in the COVID World

With children returning to schools across the world, it’s become apparent that teachers need to start focusing on their mental health and stress levels that could lead to burnout. These unprecedented times can be incredibly stressful for educators, so here are a couple of tips to help you deal with the stress.   Don’t hesitate to use online resources when...[ read more ]

Are Your Kids Stressed About Starting This School Year?

  It’s very normal for our children to feel anxious about returning to school after a long summer break. Some may find it difficult to return to their school schedule after a long period of holiday, and some children might find themselves nervous about starting at a new school and meeting new children.   Whatever the case is, it’s up...[ read more ]



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