Monthly Archives: December 2017

4 Tips for Helping Kids Cope with Wildfires

By Melissa J. Johnson, PH.D. Founder & CEO Licensed Psychologist (PSY 13102) As we speak with parents, teachers, and kids this week, wildfire related stress is a common theme. The saturated news coverage, school closures, and smoky air all add to the stress for kids. We want to share some curated resources for families, educators, and others who

What’s a Pause Button?

By Melissa J. Johnson, PH.D. Founder & CEO Licensed Psychologist (PSY 13102) Last week we had a blast hosting a workshop for a group of second grade girls. One of their fun projects was to create a Pause Button Bracelet – colorful string and buttons to wear around their wrists. What does one do with a Pause

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