Is Empathy a Teachable Feeling?
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who shows the most empathy of all? For many of us, empathy is an intuitive reaction to someone else’s emotional state. For example, when you watch your… [Read More]
April 2019 marks the 33rd anniversary of Alcohol Awareness Month, sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. Educating children and families about treatment and prevention of alcohol addiction is one of… [Read More]
Calm Down! Pay Attention! Stop! Focus! These demands are often made of children across school, home, and community environments. While adults may have good intentions by providing response prompts to help kids… [Read More]
On Friday, October 19, 2018, The Bridge Way School, Pennsylvania’s first and only Recovery High School, officially opened its doors to the community at a brand new location, 7360 Jackson Street, with… [Read More]
October happens to be National Depression Awareness Month. Depression is often thought of as an adult illness and not always recognized when it affects children. However, depression does occur fairly often in young… [Read More]