» Middle Age Stress May Be On the Rise
24/05/20 16:00 from Psych Central News
Even before the novel coronavirus started sweeping the globe, investigators found that life may be more stressful now than it was in the 1990s. Pennsylvania State University researchers found that...

» Meeting the Needs of Autistic Individuals During COVID-19 Pandemic
23/05/20 18:00 from Psych Central News
In a new paper, experts address the specific challenges patients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families might encounter during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as what healthcare providers...

» Survey: High Stress From Coronavirus Is New Normal for Parents
23/05/20 16:30 from Psych Central News
Nearly half of parents of children under age 18 say their stress levels related to the coronavirus pandemic are high, with managing their kids’ online learning the number one source...

» Family Environment Affects Teen Brain Development
23/05/20 16:00 from Psych Central News
Childhood environment and socioeconomic status appear to affect cognitive ability and brain development during adolescence, independently of genetic factors, according to a new study by a research team at Karolinska...

» About 10 Percent of Gamers Show Pathological Addiction
22/05/20 15:30 from Psych Central News
In a new six-year study, the longest ever conducted on video game addiction, researchers found that about 90% of gamers do not play in a way that is harmful or...

» Study Suggests Casting a Wider Net of Distress to Prevent Youth Suicide
21/05/20 21:14 from Psych Central News
A new study suggests the vast majority of young people who self-harm or experience suicidal thoughts appear to have only mild or moderate mental distress. Cambridge University researchers said young...

» Movement-Based Yoga Shown to Boost Mental Health
20/05/20 17:00 from Psych Central News
An Australian study finds the ancient practice of yoga may provide a sustainable exercise alternative for people isolating at home. Investigators from the University of South Australia (UniSA), discovered that...

» Recalling Childhood Abuse May Matter More for Mental Health Than Records
19/05/20 16:30 from Psych Central News
Recalling a personal account of childhood maltreatment is more closely linked to mental health problems than legal proof that the maltreatment occurred, according to a new study published in the...

» Study Probes Mental Illness Outcomes in Severe Coronavirus Cases
19/05/20 16:00 from Psych Central News
Based on previous epidemics, most people admitted to the hospital with severe COVID-19 should recover without developing mental illness, according to a recent meta-analysis published in The Lancet Psychiatry journal....

» In Co-Parenting, Spousal Presence Affects Brain Chemistry
18/05/20 09:37 from Psych Central News
A new study reveals how the physical presence of spouses who are co-parenting can alter one another’s brain activity. Researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) analyzed how the...

» Mental Health Family Stress
02/04/20 05:00 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
When we first become parents, the hopes and dreams we have for our children are boundless. These tiny little humans who we have sworn to nurture, protect and love without condition have a lifetime of opportunities awaiting them. But life...

» Families Come Together During COVID-19
17/03/20 21:42 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
As the world starts to grapple with the effects of the Coronavirus, everyday life has taken a dramatic shift. As parents, we are trying to understand what is going on and how long this will affect our lives. Schools are closed, people ar...

» St. Patrick’s Day with Family
10/03/20 04:44 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
Every year, for one day in March, people of any background get to celebrate the “Luck of the Irish!” St. Patrick’s Day is a great holiday for exploring new traditions and bringing extra joy to the ones you love. Here are some fun activit...

» Valentine’s Day Hearts and Cupid’s Arrow
10/02/20 08:26 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
In a conversation with two elementary-aged children, I asked them to share their thoughts with me about Valentine’s Day. Even though I know these young girls to be kind, conscientious, and incredibly respectful, I was surprised by some o...

» Handling Holidays When Your Child Has Special Needs
11/12/19 20:51 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
Holiday crowds, lights, noise, strangers, hugging, change in routine, and chaos. When your child has special needs, holidays could be a recipe for stress and sensory overload. As parents, we need to be flexible with our definition of wha...

» 5 Tips for Creating a Memorable Family Thanksgiving
18/11/19 07:00 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
Thanksgiving is a special holiday that has brought families together since Abraham Lincoln made it a national holiday to be celebrated every year on the last Thursday of November. While the times have changed, the message of a family Tha...

» Cooking with Your Children
11/11/19 18:01 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
In this modern age of social media, video games, TV programs, and movies dominating every waking moment of your kid’s life, it can seem tricky to spend some alone time together without having a screen between you. Cooking with your...

» A Mindful Halloween
28/10/19 06:09 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
A mindful Halloween means maximizing fun and reducing stress for kids, adults, and teachers. Personalize your Halloween experience by taking a moment to consider your child’s needs. You know your child best; if they do not do well ...

» My Child Hates School
22/10/19 17:18 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
Is going to school in the morning accompanied by tantrums and sulking from your kids? Many of us have been there, and if you are like me, it’s tough to know what to do. Realizing that my child hates school wasn’t a shocking revelat...

» Support Your Child’s Teacher
02/10/19 23:44 from Stress Free Kids » Articles about children and teens stress, anxiety and anger challenges. | Stress Free Kids
The teacher is one of your most important allies during the school year. They work incredibly hard to make sure all students achieve academic proficiency, gain crucial socio-emotional skills, and are prepared for a successful future both...

Powered by Feed Informer