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Posts filed under: Mental Health

Find out more about learning how to harness the power of positive thinking to stay motivated when studying and making progress....
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Alex What do you think the future of education looks like for students with anxiety? And how has the global pandemic sort of changed that?  Ellen It’s really hard for me to know exactly how the global pandemic has changed...
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Alex Now, you mentioned there the kids with sort of slower processing speeds and results of anxiety with that, and then the kids with higher processing speeds and different forms of anxiety with that. What are the treatments look like?...
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Alex So your other book, Straight Talk About Psychological Testing for Kids, does a deep dive on how psychological testing works and how parents can use it to help their kids. Could you talk about this a little bit? Specifically,...
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Alex When our children are struggling with anxiety or managing learning disabilities, it can feel instinctual as parents and caregivers to jump in and fix it, to tell them it’s fine, and to use the skills we have as adults...
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Alex Of the skills you teach now, which do you think are going to be most applicable to college students in five to ten years from now?  Dale Well, I’m all about time management and planner, so I think that’s...
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Alex What do you think makes transition into higher education so difficult? And do you notice any patterns with kids that struggle to make it okay? Dale  I think it really starts at home. I think the way that we’ve...
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Dale So my first actual meeting with the student, I give them a survey that kind of lets me know where they are now with their habits and helps me figure out what I really need to focus on. Because...
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Leaving your home and going to college can be overwhelming. We'll let you in on a secret - dorm life is not as difficult as you might think....
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Ethan arrived on campus that September only a shade over 100 pounds, watery-eyed, trying gamely to pull off the insouciance he read in classmates’  faces.  He gave away the game, though.  He was nervous and uncertain, although his last name...
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