Equine Assisted Learning for Troubled Teens
14June

Equine Assisted Learning for Troubled Teens

Troubled teens, for those who are unfamiliar with the term, is a behavioral classification that is used to describe adolescents who chronically display out-of-control and self-destructive behaviors. Who Are Troubled Teens?  Teenage b

Animal Assisted Therapy for Teens Suffering From Bipolar Disorder
14June

Animal Assisted Therapy for Teens Suffering From Bipolar...

Animal Assisted Therapy for Bipolar-afflicted Teens According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), rates of bipolar symptoms - which were previously thought to only affect those 18 or older as soon as one decade ago - are now

Therapeutic Interventions for Teens with ADHD
13June

Therapeutic Interventions for Teens with ADHD

What is ADHD? John was one of my 7th-grade middle school English students. He was a very intelligent 12-year old. He had a great sense of humor. And he always seemed so happy. Except when I had to tell him to stay at his desk or to not tal

The Contour of Hope in Trauma
12April

The Contour of Hope in Trauma

By Craig Rogers

Hope Always Remains “Nothing is hopeless; we must hope for everything.”― Euripides   Recently I was invited to provide an afternoon keynote at a conference examining community trauma and human violence. The morning

Decision Making and Education Policy Making
12April

Decision Making and Education Policy Making

By Brad Matheson, MBA

Education Policy is an Instrument for Social-Cultural Change "How do education policymakers make their decisions, and how might educational psychologists best engage with education policymakers to influence their decision-making process?

ADHD and Jumping Right In
12April

ADHD and Jumping Right In

By Gretchen Bartlett

To read the original article by "The ADHD Man" Kelly Babcock and published on PsychCentral.com, click here. Diving into waiting it out … I have ADHD, I’ve mentioned that, right? And I’ve told you all about instant grat