Don’t Overdo It! Making School Projects Manageable

Your child has just come home with a list of choices for a project due in two weeks, and you begin to feel that sense of dread because the last project had the whole family up until 2 a.m. the night before it was due, hot gluing and arguing. How can you avoid this from […]

Dr. Renee Clauselle’s Back to School Tips in PBS’s Article “Back-to-School Time: Transitioning Your Family From Summer to School”

Dr. Renee Clauselle was recently quoted in PBS’s article, “Back-to-School Time: Trainsition Your Family from Summer to School.” Read the article here for valuable back to school tips!

How To Talk to Your Children About 9/11

With the ten-year anniversary of the September 11th tragedy just around the corner, many are struggling. Those who were very close to the event continue to deal with feelings of trauma, anger, depression, and loss. Many have even been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in relation to 9/11 and its after effects.

We have […]

Help! My child won’t do their homework: Homework stations made easy

Homework stations are structured workspaces for your child to complete their homework. They can look different in each household, but there are three key steps in creating a supportive work environment for your child.

The first step in planning a homework station is to talk to your child’s teachers.

• Discuss their expectations for homework.

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Coping With 9/11: Making A Better Future

The ten-year anniversary of 9/11 is almost upon us, which makes it a time of reflection and memorial for all Americans, even those not directly affected by the attacks. The memorial will be a solemn and patriotic affair, but the fact of the matter is that, even a decade after the attacks, many people are […]