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What is it Our Brains Need Most?

Posted on March 8, 2013 in brain category

How Do We Know When Trauma Survivors are Ready to Fly on Their Own?

Posted by Jean West on December 3, 2012 in adolescents, Cherie L. Spehar category

In working with survivors of trauma, there has always been one difficult question: How do we know when they are ready to fly on their own?

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Adoption Awareness: Avoiding Adoption Disruption

Posted on November 7, 2012 in adoption, family category

TLC Guest Blogger: Annette Miner, CWY, CTC-S, CYC

“We have given our child everything; so much love, a great home, everything she could ever want, but it doesn’t seem to matter. We have done everything we can think of. We have read every book on child rearing, tried everything to get this behavior under control, and nothing has worked. We don’t know what else to do! We love her, but we don’t know how much longer we can do this.”

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The Brain Science Behind Bullying

Posted on October 12, 2012 in adolescents category

Suicide

Posted on September 17, 2012 in adolescents, suicide, survivor category

TLC GUEST BLOGGER: Barb Dorrington, MEd

Suicide. As a school social worker, the sound of the word catches my attention immediately. When I learn that a student has died by suicide, my thoughts turn to worries for the contagion effect in a school building. Research statistics suggest at least one in 10 students have had serious thoughts about suicide or made an attempt.

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