Category Archives: Psych

Pediatric Therapy Corner: 25 Organization Hacks for the Therapy Room

[Source:  The Inspired Treehouse] Many people cringe a little bit when they hear back-to-school talk at the end of the summer.  But we therapists have a little Type A place in our hearts that squeals with delight when we start to see those … Continue reading

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Playing Sports With Concussion Doubles Recovery Time

[Source Medical X-Press] Continuing to play despite a concussion doubles recovery time for teen athletes and leads to worse short-term mental function than in those immediately removed from action, a study found. It’s billed as the first to compare recovery … Continue reading

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My Self-Esteem Free Printable

[Source: Squarehead Teachers via We Are Teachers] It’s important that kids have positive self-esteem that encourages them to try new things, overcome challenges and be happy. I don’t think every kid needs a trophy for everything or that all kids … Continue reading

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School Psych Corner: Judgment Call: Maturity, Emotions and the Teenage Brain

[Source: School Psychologist Files] By Guest Blogger:  Amy Williams Working day in and day out with a primarily teenage crowd can be a bit of a daunting task. Throughout the school system there are countless positions, situations, and jobs, which … Continue reading

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Babies’ Spatial Reasoning Skills Predict Math Ability at Age 4

[Source: Psych Central] Spatial reasoning skills during infancy may predict math ability at age four, according to a new study published in the journal Psychological Science. The findings may help explain why some people embrace math while others fear and avoid … Continue reading

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