Let’s face it, asking a young person to sit still for extended periods of time is tough for students, educators and parents! Focus and behavior difficulties are sure to arise. The issue is when these difficulties interfere with learning and/or distract others. Some individuals are just fidgety, while others may need clinical assistance. According to … [Read more…]
Hello, I read an article yesterday in the July/August edition of the American Psychological Association’s Monitor in Psychology magazine. It had some interesting and important information concerning what parents post about their family social media. I thought you may like to read it as well. It can be found here.
Do you ever feel stuck or buried under too much emotional “stuff”? I once worked with a student who told me when he was frustrated or depressed his uncle would tell him this story of The Little Goat. The student encouraged me to share it with others in hopes that it would help them too. There … [Read more…]