Friday 5: Article Links

Friday 5: Kids & Teens

Check out what we’ve been reading to support your child’s mental health: One of the most important things caregivers can do with their children is read with them. It promotes good bedtime habits, early literacy, and strong parent-child connection. Check out these tips: Why It’s Important To Read Aloud With Your Kids And How To Make…

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Friday 5: Mental Wellness

Friday Five: Elevate Counseling Links

Check out what we’ve been reading to support your mental health: If your idea of self-care is solely exercising until you are drenched in sweat or pushing yourself to the brink of exhaustion you could be at risk of burn-out. Check out this article about the art of, doing nothing, or what the Dutch call…

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Friday 5: Kids & Teens

Elevate Counseling: Supporting Kids and Teens Mental Health In The Greater Phoenix Area

Here’s What We’ve Been Reading To Support Your Family’s Mental Health I’ve yet to meet anyone who says that they’d love to return to their middle school years.  The awkward time of fighting for independence, while searching for acceptance is a lot to handle.  It’s even more difficult if you find yourself “on the outs”…

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Friday 5: Kids & Teens

Elevate Counseling: Supporting Kids and Teens Mental Health In The Greater Phoenix Area

Here’s some of what we’ve been reading at Elevate to support your family’s mental health! School can feel like a high-pressure, high-stakes game. Here’s what you can do, as a parent, to help promote LEARNING, GROWTH, & BALANCE with the young scholars in your home. (New York Times) When you learn to accept that being…

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Friday 5: Kids & Teens

Elevate Counseling: Supporting Kids and Teens Mental Health In The Greater Phoenix Area

Here’s What We’ve Been Reading To Support Your Family’s Mental Health To prevent — or cope with — frequent tantrums, it’s important to adjust your perspective on your child’s behavior. The cause may not be what you think. Check out school counselor and parent coach, Meghan Leahy’s, advice in the Washington Post: “Our 6-year-old’s meltdowns…

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