Supporting Children and Teenagers With ADHD

Recognizing and Understanding ADHDADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders. It must be diagnosed by a medical professional and is often diagnosed in an individual’s early childhood. It can affect their ability to regulate attention and control their impulsive behaviors, though it is typical for children to have difficulties

Counseling and Therapy for Teens

Understanding the Different Types of TherapyWhen considering therapy, it is essential to understand the different types and their characteristic in order to find the best fit for your teenager. Therapy sessions consist of collaborating with a licensed and trained professional, the content of each session can vary based on several factors such as the type

Supporting Neurodivergent Children

Understanding Neurodiversity in Young ChildrenNeurodiversity is primarily the idea that different people experience and react to things in different ways, emphasizing the fact there is not one set way of learning or behaving. It is typically used to refer to people with a range of neurological disorders, a few of them being ADHD, autism, dyslexia,

The Impact of Technology and Digital Media On Teenagers Mental Well-being

Understanding The Role of Digital Media and Technology on Teen’s LivesRecently, technology has become an integral part of teenagers’ lives, playing a role in their learning experiences, developing relationships with their peers, and forming their identities. The evolution of social media platforms, as well as technology in general, has forged new ways to connect with

Time Management and The Reduction of Stress In Teens

Understanding The Importance and Necessity Of Time Management SkillsAs children grow into teenagers and start experiencing more hectic schedules consisting of their academics, extracurricular activities, and more often leading to immense stress; the concept of time management is essential. It is important to note that there are various ways an individual can manage their time;

Understanding The Role Of Emotional Regulation In Mental Well-being

The Importance of Emotional RegulationEmotional regulation is defined as the ability to acknowledge, control, and respond to one’s emotions. Which does not necessarily mean repressing their feelings but instead developing a healthy relationship with them. Aiding teenagers and children understand how to use these skills is crucial, it allows them to establish healthy relationships with

Supporting A Teen Struggling With Academic Pressure

Understanding Academic PressureThroughout the duration of a teen’s high school/middle school career, they are bound to come head to head with the pressures that come along with academic and social expectations, extracurricular commitments, and their struggles through self-identity. These pressures are all grouped under the category of academic stress/pressure, which appertains to the stress and