March Snapshots – Children and Anxiety and Managing Family Conflict

Anxiety is one of the most common mental health concerns for children and adults, affecting upwards of 20% of children and adolescents over their lifespan. Sadly, untreated anxiety can lead to depression, missed opportunities in career and relationships, increased substance use, and a decreased quality of life.  Read more…. Early Learning and Elementary Children and Anxiety

Conflict is a natural part of family relationships and the goal of this snapshot is to assist you in navigating challenges with helpful communication strategies.
Read more… Middle Managing Family Conflict

The COVID-19 pandemic and the public health response to this crisis requires us to spend more time together in our homes, and has limited important social connections and recreational outlets for teens and families.  As these limitations drag into year 2, families may experience even greater levels of stress, anxiety, and social isolation, which, in turn, can increase conflicts between family members. Read more… Secondary Managing Family Conflict