Posts Tagged ‘stress’

Helping Students to Manage Stress

Posted on February 26th, 2018 by ProCare Therapy

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Stress can be overwhelming for adults - imagine how it feels for a teen student trying to find their way in the world. Teens today face a wide variety of items in their lives which adds stress to the mix. This includes things directly related to school like standardized testing, coursework, sports and club responsibilities, and decisions to make before graduating high school. In addition to this, many teens must work, don’t know where their next meal will be, have experienced trauma in their life, and much more.

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Using Mind and Body Therapy to Help Students

Posted on November 7th, 2016 by ProCare Therapy

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When adults are stressed, it is hard for them to concentrate. The same holds true for children. While adults are often able to cope with some stress, children are often unaware of what causes this in their life. They simply notice that they don't feel good, have a headache, or can't focus on work in school. Other times, teachers will note that there are new unwanted behaviors in students. These may be related to stresses happening in their life at home or within the academic day.

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Coping Strategies for Anxious Kids and Teens

Posted on December 23rd, 2013 by ProCare Therapy


Many children can often feel anxious about starting a new school, a new sports team, or participating in activities with other children. These children may experience symptoms of panic disorder, anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, or have a phobia of a certain event or object.

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