From bitten nails and stomachaches to all-night study sessions, kids display their anxiety in a variety of ways. However, not all anxiety is bad. Join us at our next Circle of Knowledge as Dr. Danielle Black, Director of our Child & Adolescent Services, offers tips to ease some of your worry about all the worry.
Though most teens won’t be leaving for college for a handful of months, they are likely deciding (or have decided) where they are actually going to attend college. Though the actual transition will not likely occur for another 5 months, the emotions (positive and negative) and anxieties around the transition can begin percolating at this time. Read more about the transition to college on TFI Talks, where Staff Therapist Amy Drucker offers insight to handling and discussing this important stage in life.
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. Developmental Disabilities covers a variety of chronic conditions that include impairments in mental and/or physical abilities. Program Fellow Lesley Cohen, MSMFT, offers four pieces of information to understand more about developmental disabilities on our blog, TFI Talks.