Generation Z and Anxiety

By Mary C. Stockton | January 22, 2020

Article By Western Governors University Members of Generation Z, kids and young adults born starting in 1997, are coming of age in a society unlike…

TEDx Talk – Neuroscience of Device Zombies

By Angela Earley | November 20, 2019

TEDx Talk Speaker Kathryn Berkett In this TEDx Talk video “Neuroscience of Device Zombies,” certified Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics Practitioner, Kathryn Berkett, explains how the new…

Secondary Traumatic Stress for Educators: Understanding and Mitigating the Effects

By Angela Earley | October 21, 2019

Article by Jessica Lander The article “Secondary Traumatic Stress for Educators: Understanding and Mitigating the Effects,” explains how American school children, whom have experienced trauma,…

How Childhood Trauma Could Be Mistaken for ADHD

By Angela Earley | September 10, 2019

Article by Rebecca Ruiz In the article “How Childhood Trauma Could Be Mistaken for ADHD,” Dr. Nicole Brown discusses how her residency at Johns Hopkins…

Screen Time Linked with Depression

By Mary C. Stockton | August 17, 2019

Article By Markham Heid   In the article “There’s Worrying New Research About Kids’ Screen Time and Their Mental Health,” Markham Heid discusses recent research…

Being the Right Person in Marriage

By Laurence Kendrick | July 29, 2019

  I recently read an article at Apple News by Mandy Len Catron, in which the author offered the following hypothetical for the reader’s consideration,…

The Experience of Marriage Told by Marriage Therapists

By chrysalis | June 18, 2019

The Gottman Institute Marriage Therapists, Dr. Julie Schwartz Gottman, 68, and Dr. John Gottman, 77, are the founders of the Gottman Institute. The Institute uses…

Mindfulness: A Tool for Well-Being and Coping with Stress

By chrysalis | May 14, 2019

Stress and Bouncing Thoughts We often get lost in thoughts bouncing from past and future when under stress. This can be exhausting and create clouded…

Study Finds Children Going to ER for Suicidal Thoughts and Attempts has Doubled

By chrysalis | April 15, 2019

The Study Researchers used public US CDC administered data from approximately 30,000 visits to 300 emergency rooms. They tracked the diagnosis of suicidal ideation or…

Parent and Baby Bonding

By chrysalis | March 13, 2019

The Science of Early Bonding Research shows, bonding with your infant is important for emotional, social, and cognitive development. Positive and loving experiences create pathways…

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