Children & Teens Counseling

Anxiety of Teens Going Back to In-Person Learning

Supporting Your Teen. Is your teen struggling with the anxiety of going back to school in person after almost two years of remote learning? Oftentimes, change can lead to anxiety as it involves adjustments, throwing people off their usual balance. Adolescents already go through a lot of changes physically and mentally and to add school […]

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Challenge and Change Your Negative Thoughts

By Melanie Brosnan, LCPC Negative Thinking. Negative thinking is fairly common as all individuals will likely go through times of feeling sad, insecure, uncertain, or stressed. However, negative thinking, if not kept in check, can snowball into mental and physical health issues. How do you put a stop to negative thinking? In our counseling process, […]

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Helping Children Adjust To E-Learning

By Leanna Alonso, LSW Virtual Learning & Covid.​ School has always been a major part of children’s and adolescent’s lives. Going to school provided the family with structure, expectations, routine and socialization. Since COVID, e-learning has now become the new norm for elementary, middle and high schoolers. Adding to the stress of the disruption in […]

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