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Children and Mindfulness—A gift for Life

Teaching and practicing mindfulness with your child can be an extraordinary experience for bonding and providing your child with a gift that will have long-lasting effects. Mindfulness is the practice of “intentional attention”, to internal and external experiences without judgment.  It’s a journey inward, an opportunity to experience the fullness of the moment and a …

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Toxic Stress and Development in Children

What is the toxic stress reaction? The Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, defines the toxic stress response as—“ occurring when a child experiences strong, frequent, and/or prolonged adversity—such as physical or emotional abuse, chronic neglect, caregiver substance abuse or mental illness, exposure to violence, and/or the accumulated burdens of family economic hardship—without …

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We’re back!

We’re back in school and without missing a beat, I am super busy. There were two mental health crises greeting me when I walked into the school. Additionally, I’ve begun reconnecting with students who have previously received services. Some of them were seen over the summer, but others decided to take a break and resume …

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I practice in schools and five compelling reasons why you should too!

Social workers have long been proponents of community based work. However, as private practice opportunities increased, the desire to make more money, and complications imposed by insurance companies, social workers have found comfort and stability by adapting to the traditional medical model of practice. However, I challenge social workers to retreat back to our original …

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