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MindShift App Review

Mindshift is an app for iOS and Android that can help you with anxiety and depression symptoms. While an app is not a replacement for therapy, it can help between sessions to ease your...

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Judgement

JUDGEMENT  It’s a big word, and something no one wants to experience, especially from their health care provider. It might be even worse when it comes from your mental health care provider (e.g., therapist,...

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How to Help

  Sometimes we see our friends or family post about their feelings on social media. If you see that someone you care about is feeling upset, try sending them a nice message! Letting someone know...

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I Am A Witness

More than one in four children experience bullying in a year. And now the first ever emoji created for a social cause is trying to help prevent it.  The campaign – “I Am A...

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Instant comfort! In a box!

When you’re feeling blue, wouldn’t it be great to reach into your pocket and pull out a little comfort?  Well you’re in luck!  Try this little DIY “comfort box” craft. What you’ll need: A...

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Talking with your parents

Often as we get older our relationships begin to change, especially with our parents.  This can be very challenging.  For example, you might have been able to talk with your parents when you were...

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Meet Alyssa: Founder of ‘Inside Our Minds’

A member of the SOVA team recently had the great opportunity to meet and interview Alyssa Cypher.  Alyssa is the founder of ‘Inside Our Minds,’ which was previously featured on SOVA.  During this interview...

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Individualized Education Program

Recently we did a feature on Section 504.  However, a Section 504 Plan and an IEP, or Individualized Education Program, are mentioned together.  But what is an IEP?  Is it different from Section 504? First...