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Helping adolescents deal with anger and other emotions effectively
Raychelle Cassada Lohmann MS, LPCS
Heartfelt words of wisdom to help you throughout the peaks and valleys of life.
Helping teens establish strong sleep habits early can help them make healthier choices — and a well-rested teen is a happier one.
The average teen spends about nine hours a day online creating an opportunity to make a poor decision that may have irreversible consequences.
E-cigarettes and vaporizers are changing the way teens smoke.
How many youth work hard to become who we want them to be, rather than becoming who they want to be...
Teens can easily access the darknet and if they do they risk entering into a world of porn, drugs, fake ids, guns, and many other hidden dangers.
Many childhood sexual trauma survivors suffer from mental-health issues and use drugs as a means of coping.
It only takes one person to make a difference - just think of what thousands can do.
For decades teens have been notorious for having a unique vocabulary. Oftentimes, they cleverly create words, and other times they recycle words and give them a whole new meaning.
With several states legalizing marijuana, teens are receiving mixed messages about using the drug.
Teens may be one step ahead when it comes to technology, but that doesn’t mean parents have to be two steps behind.
Many teens know how to cover their tracks making it virtually impossible for parents to monitor their online activity.
Ten essential questions for youth to ask themselves to determine if they are in a healthy relationship.
Grieving is a process, or rather a difficult climb which requires strength, perseverance and endurance.
When a good friend dies, no words can fill the void in your life.
It’s time teens get the real story about what marijuana can do to their bodies, their brains, and their futures.
We need to change the way we recognize and understand depression.
Beyond the hype of prom, there are dangers that can turn one of the happiest nights into one of the scariest.
It’s that time that hundreds of thousands of college students across the nation look forward to.
How do we help stressed out teens? The answer doesn’t come from any academician, nor scholarly source. The answer is as simple as going back to the basics.
We’ve all done it – opened our mouth and blurted out something so incredibly insensitive and hurtful. Fortunately, because we all have suffered this debilitating condition, we know
When we help others we feel happy. There is a relationship between our well-being and giving our time, money or other resources to a cause that we are passionate about.
These five principles can boost resilience.
Teach your teens that you don’t have to drink to have a good time because one thing is certain, alcoholic consumption and adolescence is a cocktail for disaster.
We all need friends to help us get through life’s good and bad times.
When it comes to communication, few of us have a natural knack, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn to be effective in expressing ourselves with others.
Parents will often do anything to help their teen, even if it means unintentionally enabling a drug problem.
There comes a time in a teen’s life where he or she is faced with the decision to take a drug. The power of that one decision is oftentimes underestimated.
Have you ever wanted to ask a question or speak in front of a group of people, but couldn't get the words out? If so, then you are 100 percent completely normal.
Raychelle Cassada Lohmann, M.S., LPC, is the author of The Anger Workbook for Teens.