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Worried that a teen or someone else you know may be contemplating suicide? In-school therapist Jill Hubble explains whether you should be worried, and some of the preliminary signs.
Spending time with extended family over the holidays brings its own special kind of stressors. Learn how to minimize them, and surivive psychologically, with these helpful strategies.
The recent tragic shootings in Connecticut and Oregon are hard to understand, let alone explain them to our children. Dr. Hal explains how to broach the subject in a way that eases fears.
An child chronically anxious about school may develop depression, grade problems and poor attendance. Learn what this looks like and what to do about it.
Why do we often ignore signs that someone we know has become dangerously unhinged? Intervention is the only way to stop violence, like the recent shooting in Colorado, from happening.
Great tips for social, emotional and academic success for your college freshman to be.
Learning or relearning to play and have fun is important for you and an essential life-skill for your children. Take the challenge to have more fun this summer!
An easy way to understand what chronic stress does to your body.
Some stress is normal, even healthy, but too much can shut parts of your brain down. Dr. Hal explores the "fight, flight or freeze" response, how it affects brain functioning and what to do about it.
Ten tips for understanding adolescent mental health and behavior.
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