Posts Tagged ‘mental health’

Finding A Therapist In 2021

Finding A Therapist

By: Elizabeth Koth, Client Care Coordinator With the importance of mental health being brought to the spotlight by a number of notable athletes and actors, combined with the world still trying to climb out of the pandemic, therapists are seeing record numbers of clients of all ages and from all walks of life.  If you,…

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Friday 5: Kids & Teens

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

Check out what we’ve been reading to support your/your child’s mental health: The further behind a student falls in their assignments, the less likely they are to feel they can catch up. This is how to help a teen out of a homework hole. (The New York Times) Parents are sometimes conflicted about the weight…

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Friday 5: Kids & Teens

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

Check out what we’ve been reading to support your child’s mental health: During the adolescent years, the brain becomes activated in new ways and neurochemicals can make tweens obsessed with their social world. Knowing what’s “normal” can reduce the stress of peer expectations and interactions. Reference this article to help your middle schooler understand their…

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Riding The Wave Of Grief

Elevate Counseling: Riding The Wave Of Grief

By: Lorena Quinones, Clinical Intern Let’s face it, 2020 was a doozy! At this point, it’s safe to say we’ve all experienced some form of grief and loss. Grief is what we think and feel after a sudden or unexpected loss. For instance, a death in the family, the passing of a family pet, losing…

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Friday 5: Kids & Teens

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

Check out what we’ve been reading to support your child’s mental health: I love this “Ask the Expert” article about helping teens develop the ability to share their political opinions respectfully while not disrespecting others’ viewpoints; a skill even many adults don’t master. As parenting coach, Meghan Leahy puts it, “there is a line between interest…

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