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In part three of our six-part series on Anxiety in Schools, David Jacobi, PhD, Lead Psychologist, Child and Adolescent CBT Services at Rogers Behavioral Health, discusses accommodation: what it is, why people accommodate, and the long-term implications on a student, their family and the school.
In part two of our six-part series on Anxiety in Schools, Stephanie Eken, MD, regional medical director at Rogers Behavioral Health, discusses what anxiety looks like, how it interferes with learning, and tips to help address anxiety in the classroom.
In part one of our six-part series on Anxiety in Schools, Stephanie Eken, MD, regional medical director at Rogers Behavioral Health, discusses what anxiety really is, when it becomes a disorder, and what are the different types of anxiety disorders.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death in young people today—more than homicide, more than overdoses, more than cancer. In today’s blog we discuss the alarming rise of suicide among this age group and how we can help prevent it.
Growing up, Dylan seemed to be on the right track with good grades and lots of friends, but by the end of middle school, he was already in engaged in drinking alcohol, and smoking cigarettes and marijuana. The downward spiral continued for several years, even after he became a father. It turned out that addiction wasn't the only hurdle he had to overcome.
What qualifies as panic disorder? Does having a panic attack mean you have panic disorder? What does a panic attack feel like?
The drive for success is affecting children at an increasingly early age with young people feeling the pressure to achieve better grades, excel on standardized college admission tests, and outperform their peers, whether it be in academics or athletics. All that can add up to stress and anxiety, even for high-performing students.
Snapchat. Instagram. Facebook. There are endless ways for today’s teens to stay connected. Ask any parent and they’ll tell you social media plays a huge role in their teens’ lives.
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