A Tool to Ease Worries

I had the honor recently of contributing to the blog of an inspiring company, Slumberkins, co-founded by a therapist colleague whom I met in graduate school and worked alongside in school-based mental health for a number of years. Her dream was to create a cuddly creature that supports children in building a variety of skills…Read more »

Back to School with Grief

The beginning of a new school year can be an abrupt transition for people of all ages. It often blends both hope and loss: Parents and caregivers may feel ready to return to a more structured and consistent daily routine, but sad to say goodbye to the family time and special outings summer often brings. Kiddos may…Read more »