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Raising a Child on the Autism Spectrum: Insights from parents to parents
By: Mallory Griffith and Rachel Bedard
Have you recently received an autism diagnosis for your child or loved one?
how to be you
Stop trying to be someone else and start living your life
By Jeffrey Marsh (2016)
You may have seen Jeffrey Marsh on social media- if you don’t already follow them,
Autism, Adversity, and the Will to Succeed
By Tyler McNamer (2013)
I just finished a great book written in by 18yo Tyler McNamer. His descriptions on how he
Over a billion people spend 30+ minutes a day on Instagram.
But how do social media platforms affect mental health?
Research shows us that…
It’s ADDICTIVE. It continually serves content…you just keep scrolling!
In recent years, the American Psychological Association (APA) has been working towards addressing societal issues regarding racial equality…including examining the racism the plagued the field’s history. In October 2021, the
(Taken from “Framing Strategies to Shape Parent and Adolescent Understandings of Development” by Kendall-Taylor and Ginsburg, Pediatrics, September 2021, Volume 148, Number 3)
Here are some tips for talking about the difficult,
The title caught my eye a few weeks ago as I was scrolling through social media. “Demystifying Disability”?? Yes, please! Emily Ladau, a disability activist, writes about everything from ableism
How do you find meaning after a loss?
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross’s 1969 book On Death and Dying identified five stages of grieving: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance (who remembers these from
I ran across two interesting abstracts for recently published articles!
Student-Teacher Relationships and Adult Health:
Jinho Kim (2021) found a strong positive relationship between good student-teacher relationships and adult health, even accounting
ACEs are potentially traumatic events that occur during childhood. They can include experiencing violence, abuse, neglect, growing up in a household with substance abuse or mental health issues, or having