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Ask an Expert: Coping With Tension in the Family [video]

They are the people you love most in the world, but living 24/7 under one roof with your family is stressful and tension filled. Even small things that never bothered you are major irritants now. And now you have the added tension of re-entry – with different family members having different ideas about what that should look like. How do you as a parent navigate all of this and support your family? Read more ›

Healing Together: CHC Virtual Breakfast [video]

We all have some degree of ‘re-entry anxiety’ — whether it’s going back to the workplace, sending our kids to school, or re-engaging with friends and family. The very thing we want the most — to re-enter the world — is causing unease and apprehension. This online gathering features an in-depth conversation with a blue ribbon panel of experts who will offer insights and important practical advice on re-engaging. Read more ›

Ask an Expert: Parenting Fatigue [video]

You’re a parent living through a pandemic, social unrest, economic uncertainty, wildfires and more. Life is unsettling right now, to say the least. Do you feel drained, overwhelmed and absolutely tired right down to your core?  How can you keep your head above water?

In this Ask An Expert session, our experts, Kendra Fraka, MSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Anna Ros, PhD, Postdoctoral Psychology Fellow both from CHC will share their insights and expertise in a conversation followed by a Q&A session with the Zoom audience. Read more ›

Teen Anxiety and Re-Entry [video]

Your Teen magazine talks with Dr. Abigail Stark of the Anxiety Mastery Program at McLean Hospital about how to help our kids navigating the return to “normal” life–whatever that means. Read more ›

Ask an Expert: Teaching Self-Compassion to Kids [video]

Research indicates that self-compassion is associated with greater emotional resilience, higher self-confidence, more caring behavior, and less reactive anger.

In this Ask An Expert session, Tony Cepeda, LMFT (Clinical Program Manager at CHC) and Adelyn Cohen, MS (Doctoral Psychology Intern at CHC) discuss strategies for teaching your kids how to build resilience through self-compassion. Read more ›

Ask an Expert: Returning to School [video]

We are excited about the possibility of our kids returning to school, yet understandably concerned about what that re-entry looks like. In this live Ask an Expert session, we are having a conversation with Chris Harris MEd, Chief Schools Officer at CHC. Read more ›

Starting the Conversation: College and Your Mental Health [downloadable] [video]

To help put a thoughtful plan into place should a mental health condition arise, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and The Jed Foundation have created a guide to help start the conversation. It offers both parents and students the opportunity to learn more about mental health, including what the privacy laws are and how mental health information can be shared. Read more ›

Face It! You’re Bad At Judging Physical Distance. Here’s How To Do It [video]

Keeping a physical distance from other humans is more critical than ever in the pandemic, with COVID-19 cases surging and more contagious variants spreading. Yet humans are not very good at it. Learn how to judge when you are at the right physical distance. Read more ›

Everything You Need to Know About Setting Up A School Sensory Path [video]

Sitting still is a challenge for lots of kids (and adults!). Schools and teachers are starting to realize that children are actually more focused on learning when they’re given a chance to wriggle, fidget, and move around. That’s why classroom yoga breaks, flexible seating, and fidget gadgets have become popular. A sensory path is another cool option for helping kids re-focus their energy throughout the day. Find out how they work and what you need to know to create your own. Read more ›

Sesame Street — Wear a Mask with Oscar [video]

Oscar the Grouch encourages kids to wear a mask in public in this humorous 30-second public service announcement. Read more ›

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