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Hearing about the coronavirus can be triggering for people with OCD or anxiety. Professionals, such as Guilford author J...
03/13/2020
How to Deal With Coronavirus If You Have OCD or Anxiety

Hearing about the coronavirus can be triggering for people with OCD or anxiety. Professionals, such as Guilford author Jonathan Abramowitz, offer advice on how to handle the anxiety. (Via VICE)

Coronavirus news stories and prevention guidelines can trigger bouts of intense anxiety and compulsive behavior.

A lovely, thoughtful piece from The Greater Good Science Center including 4 tips we can all put into practice today. "Cr...
03/13/2020
How to Keep the Greater Good in Mind During the Coronavirus Outbreak

A lovely, thoughtful piece from The Greater Good Science Center including 4 tips we can all put into practice today.

"Creating a cycle of altruism is helpful when we are faced with a challenge that affects us all, helping to foster trust in each other and care for each other’s plight."

In the midst of our panic around COVID-19, we must look to each other to help us get through it.

“Sponsor groups are one way that I, as an educator and parent of a teenager, have seen that help schools give kids what ...
03/12/2020
Every Teen Needs a Champion

“Sponsor groups are one way that I, as an educator and parent of a teenager, have seen that help schools give kids what they need most: a real connection with a ’champion’ at school.” (Via ASCD)

"Every child deserves a champion: an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection, and insists they become the best they can possibly be." — Rita Pierson

With concerns over the coronavirus, many people are working from home for the first time. Here are some tips on how to s...
03/11/2020
How to Work From Home Without Losing Your Mind

With concerns over the coronavirus, many people are working from home for the first time. Here are some tips on how to set boundaries. (Via WIRED)

Coronavirus concerns have some businesses urging employees to work from home. If you’re telecommuting, for public health reasons or otherwise, remember: Boundaries are your friend.

03/11/2020
Unboxing of The Clinician's Guide to CBT Using Mind Over Mood

We love when authors get their books in the mail! 😍 Check out Christine Padesky, co-author of Mind Over Mood, as she opens her surprise package. For more info about "The Clinician's Guide to CBT Using Mind Over Mood," click here: https://www.padesky.com/

Unboxing of the all new, Second Edition of The Clinician's Guide to CBT Using Mind Over Mood. Authored by Christine A. Padesky, PhD with Dennis Greenberger, ...

March is National Nutrition Month. To show our support, we're offering a free sample chapter from our bestselling book, ...
03/11/2020

March is National Nutrition Month. To show our support, we're offering a free sample chapter from our bestselling book, "Motivational Interviewing in Nutrition and Fitness." Read it now! http://bit.ly/2XPV5F6

Originally designed as an outlet for play and creativity, kindergarten has since transformed into something that most ch...
03/10/2020
Play Is Disappearing From Kindergarten. It’s Hurting Kids. - EdSurge News

Originally designed as an outlet for play and creativity, kindergarten has since transformed into something that most children aren’t yet ready for developmentally. (Via EdSurge)

I still remember the first time a student refused to step into my classroom. Initially ecstatic to start school, Truman was now red in the face from ...

Implementing mindfulness in schools can be beneficial to students. But can it help the teachers? (Via NPR)
03/09/2020
Schools Are Embracing Mindfulness, But Practice Doesn't Always Make Perfect

Implementing mindfulness in schools can be beneficial to students. But can it help the teachers? (Via NPR)

One in 5 American children struggles with anxiety. To help students cope, more and more schools are turning to mindfulness — but the explosion of interest has some researchers advising caution.

03/08/2020

For all the hardworking and inspiring women across the world; for those who have fought for fairness and respect; for those whose achievements have led to progress and continue to inspire and make the world a better place: Happy International Women's Day! #InternationalWomensDay2020

A sports psychologist explains how mindfulness can benefit athletes.
03/08/2020
Why Mindfulness is the Next Frontier in Sports Performance

A sports psychologist explains how mindfulness can benefit athletes.

Sports psychologist Michael Gervais says elite coaches and athletes increasingly rely on mental strength for a competitive advantage. Here's why—and how you can master your mind, too.

Available Now! "Attachment in Religion and Spirituality," from Pehr Granqvist, explores the psychology of religion and s...
03/07/2020

Available Now! "Attachment in Religion and Spirituality," from Pehr Granqvist, explores the psychology of religion and spirituality through an innovative attachment lens. Get your copy today: http://bit.ly/2PJehBU

How can we help keep adolescents calm about the coronavirus? The New York Times offers some tips.
03/06/2020
Talking to Teens and Tweens About Coronavirus

How can we help keep adolescents calm about the coronavirus? The New York Times offers some tips.

Experts offer advice on how parents can help adolescents get the facts straight and be prepared.

“We have an obligation to assure [English learners] have access to a high-quality, standards-based curriculum and access...
03/05/2020
Diversity ≠ Inclusion: Avoiding Segregative Practices With ELs

“We have an obligation to assure [English learners] have access to a high-quality, standards-based curriculum and access to all school-wide events and programs.” (Via TESOL International Association)

Sometimes, it's necessary to separate English learners from other students in a school, but sometimes that separation turns to segregation—and that's a problem.

There is a lot of information & misinformation surrounding the coronavirus outbreak. How could the virus impact our ment...
03/04/2020
How COVID-19 May Impact Mental Health

There is a lot of information & misinformation surrounding the coronavirus outbreak. How could the virus impact our mental health? (Va Psychology Today)

When anxiety about the coronavirus becomes a problem.

🚨 Free Journal Article Alert — "Against the backdrop of the recent global rise of anti-Semitism, white supremacy, and vi...
03/04/2020

🚨 Free Journal Article Alert — "Against the backdrop of the recent global rise of anti-Semitism, white supremacy, and violence in the name of religion, this essay reviews a collection of nine fresh perspectives on Freud’s text in 'Freud and Monotheism' by authors from a cross section of the humanities." ➡ Read the article for free until the end of March. http://bit.ly/39nHPNo

What should kids know about the coronavirus? A cute comic on NPR can help teachers and parents explain to their children...
03/04/2020
Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus

What should kids know about the coronavirus? A cute comic on NPR can help teachers and parents explain to their children about the disease.

You may have heard the word "coronavirus" online or on TV. You probably have a lot of questions. Check out our comic to get some answers — and print out a zine version at home.

English learners and students of immigrant or low-income families are especially vulnerable to bullying as news of coron...
03/03/2020
Coronavirus: Multilingual Resources for Schools

English learners and students of immigrant or low-income families are especially vulnerable to bullying as news of coronavirus continues to spread. Here is a list of resources to help prepare yourself and your school. (Via Colorín Colorado)

Coronavirus: Multilingual Resources for Schools It's important that schools share accurate information about coronavirus with all school staff and families, including families of English learners. These resources include multilingual fact sheets and infographics. We'll update this page as new resour...

Our Author of the Month for March is Christine Padesky, Author of "The Clinician's Guide to CBT Using Mind Over Mood: Se...
03/03/2020
Author of the Month - March 2020

Our Author of the Month for March is Christine Padesky, Author of "The Clinician's Guide to CBT Using Mind Over Mood: Second Edition."

Check out our exclusive Q&A to learn more about Dr. Padesky and her groundbreaking resource "Mind Over Mood, Second Edition" (coauthored with Dennis Greenberg), and how clinicians can use Mind Over Mood to help patients find relief from anxiety disorders, depression, anger, guilt, shame, and relationship problems. Mind Over Mood

Check out a Q&A with our March Author of the Month, Christine A. Padesky!

Our "egocentric bias" means that we don't realize exactly how much pressure we exert on others. (Via NPR)
03/02/2020
The Influence You Have: Why We're Blind To Our Power Over Others

Our "egocentric bias" means that we don't realize exactly how much pressure we exert on others. (Via NPR)

Think about the last time you asked someone for something. Maybe you were nervous or worried about what the person would think of you. Chances are that you didn't stop to think about the pressure you were exerting on that person. This week, we explore a phenomenon that psychologists refer to as "ego...

Check out the latest edition of the All Autism Talk podcast featuring Geraldine Dawson, coauthor of "What Science Tells ...
03/02/2020
Wisconsin Early Autism Project

Check out the latest edition of the All Autism Talk podcast featuring Geraldine Dawson, coauthor of "What Science Tells Us about Autism Spectrum Disorder!" Wisconsin Early Autism Project

New Podcast!🎙🎧 Check out our latest conversation with Dr. Geraldine Dawson. She shares great insights for parents seeking support with identifying developmental delays, autism diagnosis, and treatment options.

You can listen to us and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to podcasts! #podcast #allautismtalk #autismpodcast #earlydetection #treatment #autism #news

How can we combat the "Sunday Scaries"? Featuring some advice from Guilford author Jonathan Abramowitz. (Via The Atlanti...
02/29/2020
Why People Get the ‘Sunday Scaries’

How can we combat the "Sunday Scaries"? Featuring some advice from Guilford author Jonathan Abramowitz. (Via The Atlantic)

The end of a weekend has always been unpleasant, but there is something distinctly modern about the anxiety many people feel on the eve of a workweek.

How do you learn about new books in the field? 🤔One easy way is to sign up for Guilford e-alerts. Customize notification...
02/28/2020
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Congratulations to Marsha Linehan on the publication of her new memoir, "Building a Life Worth Living"! From the Psychia...
02/28/2020

Congratulations to Marsha Linehan on the publication of her new memoir, "Building a Life Worth Living"!

From the Psychiatric Times: "Reading Marsha Linehan's memoir is a refreshing reminder that a different kind of psychiatry is possible, that we can approach individuals in psychiatric distress in innovative ways that are more humanistic and more effective at the same time."

https://www.psychiatrictimes.com/article/reading-linehan-age-critical-psychiatry

How does our unconscious work? Guilford author Joel Weinberger explains. (Via Psychology Today)
02/27/2020
How the Unconscious Works

How does our unconscious work? Guilford author Joel Weinberger explains. (Via Psychology Today)

Basic principles of unconscious processes explain much of our functioning.

"Trauma-focused therapies promote resilience by enabling complex trauma survivors to make a fundamental shift from trapp...
02/26/2020
A New Resource for Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders

"Trauma-focused therapies promote resilience by enabling complex trauma survivors to make a fundamental shift from trapped in post-traumatic survival mode to meaning-making troubling memories. This restores the innate ability to move forward with a sense of confidence, hope, and security in themselves and core relationships. "

Check out this great interview on the Psychology Today "Hope + Resilience" blog with Julian Ford, coauthor of "Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders in Adults, Second Edition."

Dr. Julian Ford on complex trauma.

"Children gain a package of social and emotional learning in their interactions with their fathers that they can apply t...
02/24/2020
How Do Kids Learn How to Make Friends?

"Children gain a package of social and emotional learning in their interactions with their fathers that they can apply to a variety of situations." (Via Fatherly)

Hint: They look to dad.

Guilford author Zindel Segal was lead author on a study that looked at how Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy might hel...
02/23/2020
Mindfulness-Based Online Therapy Could Fill Gap in Depression Treatment

Guilford author Zindel Segal was lead author on a study that looked at how Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy might help relieve depression symptoms. (Via PsychCentral.com)

An online therapy program designed to reduce the lingering symptoms of depression, such as poor sleep and low energy, can offer additional benefits for patients receiving mental health care, according

A new study suggests that even light exercise can help reduce the risk of a child becoming depressed during adolescence....
02/22/2020
Keep your teen moving to reduce risk of depression

A new study suggests that even light exercise can help reduce the risk of a child becoming depressed during adolescence. (Via CNN)

Getting your child off the couch and moving appears to lessen the chance they will be depressed later, a new study says.

New Book! This user-friendly manual presents a tested treatment protocol for children and adolescents struggling with OC...
02/21/2020

New Book! This user-friendly manual presents a tested treatment protocol for children and adolescents struggling with OCD. "OCD in Children and Adolescents" give clinicians tools for engaging kids and their parents and implementing successful CBT strategies. Get it today! http://bit.ly/2U5Hji2

"Early adolescence is an extraordinary opportunity for long-lasting positive learning and development, if approached in ...
02/21/2020
Making Middle School a National Priority

"Early adolescence is an extraordinary opportunity for long-lasting positive learning and development, if approached in the right time and in the right way." (via Association for Middle Level Education)

Many people have ambivalent to negative memories of their own middle school years, although there are exceptions. One of the authors of this article was in an "experimental cluster" within a traditional junior high, as it was called then. Her experience was one of hands-on and cross-subject learning...

The ways in which the brain and body adapt to survive trauma are amazing...Problems arise when a person's brain and body...
02/20/2020
Author of the Month - February 2020

The ways in which the brain and body adapt to survive trauma are amazing...Problems arise when a person's brain and body go into 'survival mode' and they (of course) don't have a user's manual to reset them. Therapy gives people that user's manual, and the tools and support they need to help their brains and bodies stop reliving the trauma. I find that so fascinating and inspiring."

Read our exclusive Q&A with Author of the Month Julian D. Ford, co-editor of "Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders in Adults."

Check out a Q&A with our February Author of the Month, Julian D. Ford!

We're at the National Association of School Psychologists conference in Baltimore, MD, this week! Stop by booth #320 for...
02/19/2020

We're at the National Association of School Psychologists conference in Baltimore, MD, this week! Stop by booth #320 for 20% off plus free shipping! #NASP2020

New Release: "Principle-Guided Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents" presents a fresh approach to child and adoles...
02/19/2020

New Release: "Principle-Guided Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents" presents a fresh approach to child and adolescent therapy by identifying five principles at the heart of the most potent evidence-based treatments. Get it now: http://bit.ly/2RVWnw1

Discover creative ways to integrate civics lessons into classes—from preschool to high school—as we approach the 2020 US...
02/19/2020
Civics for 2020: This Is How to Engage Future Voters | Getting Smart

Discover creative ways to integrate civics lessons into classes—from preschool to high school—as we approach the 2020 US Presidential Election. (via Getting Smart)

By. K. Thorson et al. From preK-12, these age-appropriate ideas for a more engaging civics education help ensure the health of our political institutions.

Can motivational interviewing help people stick to the resolutions? (Via The New York Times)
02/15/2020
Resolving to Be Coached

Can motivational interviewing help people stick to the resolutions? (Via The New York Times)

The secret to sticking with your resolutions may be having a coach to help strategize and cheer you on.

Why wait for Valentine's Day to show love to your children? Here are 8 ways to share love every day. (Via U.S. News and ...
02/14/2020
8 Ways to Make Every Day a Valentine For Your Kids

Why wait for Valentine's Day to show love to your children? Here are 8 ways to share love every day. (Via U.S. News and World Report)

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"Unless students feel safe and known in school, they do not learn." Discover ways to help students impacted by adverse c...
02/13/2020
Supporting Students Affected by Trauma

"Unless students feel safe and known in school, they do not learn." Discover ways to help students impacted by adverse childhood experiences. (Via Edutopia)

Just as students with learning challenges need academic accommodations, students who have adverse childhood experiences may benefit from social and emotional accommodations.

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