California educators convene to address student mental health

California educators convene to address student mental health

At Core Connectivity, we believe that every human being has been granted a spirit of power and love and sound mind, and that this power must be defended one heart and mind, one family and one community at a time. To that end, cyber connectivity has created a power...
How to get your teen to really connect with you about their troubles

How to get your teen to really connect with you about their troubles

Dr. Susan Landes is the founder of the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Centers in Auburn and Davis. She works with adolescents and children who suffer from anxiety, depression and behavioral health disorders (cutting, drug use, aggression, suicidal thoughts and...
Trauma-informed parenting & forgiveness

Trauma-informed parenting & forgiveness

It is my passion to inform and inspire parents today about connecting with their tech-savvy youth. The primary objective of my research and training development is to strengthen and restore family bonds essential to creating a secure and peaceful society in a...

A post-Christmas message about family & forgiveness

For many people, Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are very stressful times. Many families can feel like a war-zone, where it is not a safe place to celebrate the goodness of life or the bad memories of abuse and condemnation take on new life. Our guest blogger, Dr....
Teaching teens in crisis about resilience

Teaching teens in crisis about resilience

Last October, Core Connectivity produced a symposium on The purpose and power of suffering, at Azure Acres Treatment Center (Intensive Outpatient Treatment) in Sacramento. Attending this symposium on suffering and behavioral health issues was Pastor Clay Rojas, the...
Spike in youth suicide rates begs the question: Does your middle school child know they are loved?

Spike in youth suicide rates begs the question: Does your middle school child know they are loved?

A recent study indicates that the suicide rates for youth aged 10 to 11 years has spiked, making it more likely that a child will die from suicide than traffic accidents. According to the New York Times article by Sabrina Tavernise, featuring this Center for Disease...