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  • Mental Health Matters Newsletter - Welcome Back to School 2022

    Welcome Back, Parenting Tweens, Simple Mindfulness Practices for Back to School, Power Struggling or Power Sharing, Guide to Getting Good Care, Working Together for Mental Wellness, and Other Resources.

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  • Mental Health Matters Summer 2022

    Talking to Children About Violence, Positive Family Communication, Spending Time Together, Healthy Tools for Parenting, Cultivating Your Child's Mind, Brain, & Education, and other resources

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  • Mental Health Matters March 2022

    Spring! Sunshine, Roses, and Mental Health, Spring Forward, Time Change, and Sleep, Building Resiliency, Parenting in Hard Times, Stress from Traumatic Current Events and Media Exposure, Test-Taking Tips, and Other Resources

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  • Mental Health Matters January 2022

    How Close Relationships Keep Us Healthy and Happy, Responsible Use of Social Media, 5 Ways to Make Dinnertime More Fun, The Practice of Gratitude to Dissipate Despair, It's OK to Be Selfish - Be Well to Care Well, Rising Above the Mood and Finding Joy in the Season, How Parents Can Help Teens Reach Out to the Crisis Text Line, and Other Resources

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  • Mental Health Matters – August 2021

    Back to School Anxiety, 5 Strategies to Manage Stress, Empathy & Compassion, Self- Care & Mindfulness, Obstacles to Happiness, Athletics & Mental Health, and Other Resources.

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  • Mental Health Matters Summer 2021

    Preparing to come back to school, Summer self-care tips, Overcoming guilt, Tips for communicating with your teen, Summer fun family photo scavenger hunt, Summer reading, and Other resources

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  • Mental Health Matters – Welcome Back 2020

    Building Relationships, Supporting Your Mental Health, Self-Care, R.A.I.N, Empathy vs. Sympathy, & Adaptability.

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  • Mental Health Matters - Winter 2019

    Supporting Homeless Students, Teen Dating Violence, Healthy Self-Esteem, Supporting Students with Disabilities in the Holiday Season, Self-Care, and Helping Others through Holiday Stress.

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  • Mental Health Matters - Fall 2019

    1st Edition of the Mental Health Matters Newsletter

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