Recognizing Signs of Self-Harm

If you suspect a loved one of self-harm, here are possible warning signs to look for and encouraging steps you can take to help.

Making New Friends

In normal circumstances, making new friends as an adult can be a daunting task. Throw in a global pandemic and limited in-person options. The odds feel downright insurmountable.

Holding Hope in 2021

Hope is easy to operationalize – a goal, a pathway, and agency. The more we use hope, the better we become at staying hopeful.

A Better Version of Yourself

A better version of yourself might be the best gift you can give yourself, particularly in these days of COVID.

After-School Meltdowns

An after-school meltdown may be your child releasing their pent up mental, physical and emotional energy after a full day of needing to exercise a lot of self-control.

Supporting our Teachers

Simple acknowledgement and encouragement can go a long way and can help our teachers understand that we empathize with and appreciate their role.

Thriving in Times of Crisis

This year has brought on many surprising challenges from various forms of crisis. Between COVID, economic hardships, and racial tension, many have been negatively impacted by the shift in our cultural norms.