It’s impossible for kids to block everything that might be triggering or unsafe, says Rachel Fortune, MD, Newport’s Consulting Physician and Eating Disorder Specialist.
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By Danielle Roeske, PsyD, Vice President of Residential Services, Newport Healthcare It starts creeping up on us in early August — a sense of discomfort bordering on dread, a coldness in the pit of your stomach despite the heat. For both parents and kids, back-to-school anxiety is familiar and age-old; it’s built into the experience of…
Suicide is a leading cause of death among children and adults, but spotting risk factors and warning signs isn’t easy. Newport’s Michael Roeske, PsyD, describes the most common behavioral, verbal and emotional signs and risk factors you should pay attention to.
Ryan Fedoroff, Newport’s VP of Learning and Development, offers tools for parents to support kids going back to in-person learning.