Kids and Teens

A Letter To Students Coping With COVID-19

Elevate Counseling Megan Celestina

“Do you think we’ll still have prom?” Life in the COVID-19 pandemic I was hiking one weekend when I overheard a group of 4 teen girls talking about COVID-19 and prom. One of them asked, “do you think we’ll still have prom?” The others hesitantly chimed in, attempting to reassure their friend and themselves that…

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Mom’s Blog Contribution: Letting Go Of Mom Guilt

For many women, “Mom Guilt” could be its own DSM-V diagnosis. There are so many areas that guilt could take root. Important milestones you may miss because of work. Balancing other commitments that take time and energy. That quick stop at the drive-thru when you “should” be feeding your kids the newest, extraordinarily healthy diet…

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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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Mom’s Blog Contribution: Is Your Child Begging For A Cellphone?

Should My Child Get A Cell Phone

If your child doesn’t have a cellphone yet, he or she is sure to be starting a campaign for one in the upcoming years! How do you know when they are ready? Or maybe a better question would be, “How do you know when you are ready?” I’ve posed a few questions to consider on…

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