We’re blessed with a strong network of partners who are willing to share their wisdom and expertise with our students. Each month we receive a number of content-rich articles from these partners, and we’re proud to show them off on Our Blog Spot!

Interact Challenges Stereotypes in Teen Talk

By: Interact Hello, parents! Welcome back to another year of academia.  We at InterAct Youth Services are excited to educate our students, your children!  This month, we will be focusing on challenging stereotypes.  Questioning normative standards is an essential aspect of critical thinking, and high school is the perfect time to hone one’s skills.  By […]

Enhancing Wellness: Nurturing Your Coping Self

By: Vanessa Soleil A warm welcome back from the staff at the Community Counseling, Education, and Research Center (CCERC). As we resume counseling services after summer break and launch into another school year of partnership with the WELL, we’re continuing to explore wellness for all in our community. Our belief at CCERC is that counseling […]

What Parents Should Know About Mental Health Awareness Month

By: Kathleen Shumaker, BSW – Youth Education Services Specialist, Interact Hello WELL Parents! May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and even thought the month is almost over, it’s important for parents to know how to best care for their children. Teens can suffer from the same mental illnesses that affect adults, but they may look much […]

5 Components of Wellbeing — The Creative Self

By: Vanessa Soleil (CCERC) As the month of May comes to a close, the Community Counseling, Education, and Research Center (CCERC) prepares to take a break for the summer, bringing you the fourth piece in our ongoing series on the five components of well-being. In our previous articles on the Indivisible Self, we talked about the […]