Adolescents

The Confidence Gap for Girls: 5 tips for parents of tween and teen girls

2019-01-04T14:38:34-05:00

The time between the ages of 8 and 14 can be a difficult period for any child. Puberty is a chaotic experience for both boys and girls. Tween and teen girls are forced to cope with the added challenge of their confidence taking a plunge during these years. Girls this age experience an extremely significant [...]

The Confidence Gap for Girls: 5 tips for parents of tween and teen girls2019-01-04T14:38:34-05:00

Helping Wake County Schools with Resiliency Training

2017-07-12T11:11:30-04:00

As part of Aspire’s move toward being a resiliency-focused counseling group, we are helping to train professionals in the Wake County Public School System in the Community Resiliency Model (CRM). CRM is a skills-based model that helps people bring their nervous system back into balance after periods of chronic stress or a traumatic event. What’s [...]

Helping Wake County Schools with Resiliency Training2017-07-12T11:11:30-04:00

The decline of resiliency and what it means for your kids (and you)

2017-07-12T11:16:28-04:00

Time magazine recently ran a cover story titled “Anxiety, Depression and the American Adolescent: Why the Kids Are Not Alright,” which indicated 30% of girls and 20% of boys have had an anxiety disorder — that’s 6.3 million kids. Another three million have had a major depressive episode in the past year. The article asserts “adolescents [...]

The decline of resiliency and what it means for your kids (and you)2017-07-12T11:16:28-04:00
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