FamilyMental HealthSchool
October 18, 2018

Is Smart the New Average?

You’ve heard it from friends, family, relatives, neighbors, other parents, teachers and you’ve possible said it yourself: “My kid is smart.” But what does smart mean?  What is it? How do you quantify it?  Depending on the context in which it is used, Merriam–Webster defines smart as an adjective, verb, and a noun;…
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May 7, 2018

Is Your Teen Overwhelmed? Help Them Learn Stress Management

Did you know that 1 in 3 teens will meet the diagnosis criteria for Anxiety by the age of 18? Many teens are faced with trying to balance school expectations,  get into college, deal with pressures from family and friends, and plan for who they want to become as adults.…
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November 1, 2017

Is Your Teen Partying Too Much? When To Intervene

With homecoming parties and celebrations after football games going on throughout our area, the topic of teen drinking is very relevant this fall. As parents, we try to find balance in our parenting style. We want to let our kids have experiences that bring them happiness and fun. We sometimes…
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August 30, 2017

A Parent’s Thoughts About Back to School

So I left work early last week. I rushed home to be there in time for when my middle schooler got off the bus. I know she doesn’t like to be home alone. While catching my breath and eagerly waiting to hear how the first day went, I got a…
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December 13, 2016

Psychological Testing Explained

Perhaps your child has recently been having behavioral problems and their pediatrician suggested that a psychological assessment may be helpful. Or maybe you have been feeling overwhelmed and your therapist recommended that you have a psychological evaluation. You may have even seen psychological tests being administered in movies or television…
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November 1, 2016

Bullying is More Than Just Playground Fights

October is National Bullying Awareness Month. In the past, the main venue for bullying was on the playground or in the hall at school. Now, thanks to social media and instant access to the internet, victimization can happen 24/7 without any escape. I am sure many of us can think of our…
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August 14, 2016

School Stress Is More Than Just The Right Backpack

The last few weeks of summer are winding down and the beach toys are getting packed away.  Many parents are thinking about the craziness of back to school shopping and are ready to put our kids on the bus. Check off the list of school supplies.  Then think about the tools your…
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June 23, 2016

Welcome to the Insight Into Action blog!

Hello and welcome to the Insight Into Action blog!  I just finished reading Platform: Get Noticed In A Noisy World by Michael Hyatt.  This York Times Bestseller gives a step-by-step guide of how to communicate with a larger audience.  This nudged us to put our insights about Platform into action by developing this blog.  Our…
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