• Social-Emotional-Behavioral Resources


    Below you will find a file library, links to websites, and a series of articles on different social-emotional-behavioral topics to serve as resources to parents and caregivers.  

     

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  • Anxiety & Anxiety Disorders in Children: Information for Parents

    Anxiety & Anxiety Disorders in Children: Information for Parents

    Anxiety is one of the most common experiences of children and adults. It is a normal, adaptive reaction, as it creates a level of arousal and alertness to danger. The primary characteristic of anxiety is worry, which is fear that future events will have negative outcomes.

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  • Building Resiliency: Helping Children Learn to Weather Tough Times

    Building Resiliency: Helping Children Learn to Weather Tough Times

    Adversity is a natural part of life. At some point, we all face difficulties, such as family problems, serious illness, a personal crisis, or a painful loss. Being resilient is important to dealing with adversities like these. While most parents hope that their children never face extreme adversity, successfully facing tough situations can actually foster growth and give children the skills to be more resilient in the future.

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  • Preventing Youth Suicide: Tips for Parents & Educators

    Preventing Youth Suicide: Tips for Parents & Educators

    Suicide is the leading cause of death among school age youth. However, suicide is preventable. Youth who are contemplating suicide frequently give warning signs of their distress. Parents, teachers, and friends are in a key position to pick up on these signs and get help.

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