by Marisa Columbi, MHC Intern
If you find yourself asking this question, the answer more frequently than not is YES! The truth is everyone can benefit from therapy, but when is it time to seek professional help? Everyone experiences some kind of emotional distress or difficulty dealing with tough situations at some point in their life, and I can guarantee it won’t happen just once. Life throws obstacles at you at any age, whether it be work stress, problems with your relationships, loss, financial issues and so much more. In some cases, you can work through these difficulties without outside help, and at other times you may need a little support.
If you are experiencing one or more of the following criteria, you may want to consider reaching out to a therapist:
by Jessica Satkunasingham, LMSW
In today's digital age, technology has significantly impacted the way students learn and interact with the world. One of the latest advancements in artificial intelligence is ChatGPT, a powerful language model that can generate human-like text responses. While ChatGPT has many potential benefits, such as assisting with homework and answering questions, it also poses dangers that can hinder high school students' success. In this blog, we will explore these dangers and discuss how students, parents, and educators can mitigate the negative impacts.