I’m sure you know sleep is important to help you get through your day, be active, and help your body recover. But did you know that sleep is also important for your mental health? Sleep (or lack of) can affect how we cope
Many kids experience anxiety at some point in their life. Transition in school is one of those times. Whether you have an up and coming Kindergartner, a just entering middle schooler, a new high schooler, or a recent graduate, they may have some anxiety over the change.
Today, we have a guest counselor who has written a post. Katy Rader is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Indianapolis and she is the owner of Beacon of Change Counseling. Here, she gives us some suggestions to help
Did you know April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month? This month is dedicated to understanding and bringing awareness to this devastating problem in our world. Here are some haunting statistics: 1 in 5 women will
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and National Child Abuse Prevention Month. It is important that we are informed about sexual assault as we can all take a role in preventing it. This includes talking to and educating children. As uncomfortable as it is to think about, sexual assault is not just an adult problem. Children can also be abused. It can be uncomfortable for parents to talk to their children about sex, but even more so about sexual abuse/assault. Here are some suggestions for how to talk to your