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Doing it all – Academics, sports & extracurriculars

Research surveys indicate that over 80% of children and youth are involved in extracurricular activities. Research points to the benefits of participating in extracurricular activities. Among these, extracurricular activities helps youth to explore developing identities, gain mastery in particular area(s), and figure out what they’re good at or may be good at. …


Are they safe at home?

Children experiencing domestic violence live in perpetual fear. In fact, domestic violence and child abuse often go hand in hand. The repercussions of experiencing this can last for years, as children who are exposed to violence and are victims of violence are more likely to become bullies or engage in acts of violence and aggression themselves….


Help them stop stressing

The hope is that youth is a stress-free time of life. The truth is, it’s not. With the daily demands of school, activities, relationships with friends and family, romantic issues…it can all get overwhelming. In fact, in a survey by the American Psychological Association, adolescents reported stress levels similar to those of adults. …


Battle of the Brain

In adolescence, the same hormones that cause magnificent physiological changes during puberty, are also rewiring body parts we never see: the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. (Both in our heads.)…