Educators learning to connect mental health with student success

Educators learning to connect mental health with student success

Last Monday, over 600 educators from across the state convened at William Jessup University in Rocklin to address the mental health and wellness needs of modern youth as a critical success factor for their profession. Organized by Wellness Together, a  non-profit...
The ‘two-percent solution’ to parenting tech-savvy youth

The ‘two-percent solution’ to parenting tech-savvy youth

Michael Anne Conley, LMFT, is an expert on helping people make positive changes to become better versions of themselves by overcoming limiting habits, such as addiction, anxiety and procrastination. She understands intimately how to perceive and process the connection...
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...
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...
How suffering can open the door to hope in responding the behavioral issues of loved ones

How suffering can open the door to hope in responding the behavioral issues of loved ones

Suffering is manifest today as behavioral health issues including addictions, sexual abuse, and bullying which cause pain in families and in our communities. And yet, we live in a society that features avoidance of suffering. Join us to explore how our understanding...