During National Counseling Awareness Month, Canopy asked our licensed professional counselors to give advice to fellow counselors and parents.
Getting back into a routine after the holidays can be difficult for all of us, but especially difficult for children transitioning back to school in person after participating in virtual learning since last March.
Creating normalcy for kids is important so Canopy staff helped to make Halloween 2020 feel a little more routine with fun costumes, festive activities, decorations and trunkless treating!
Many parents feel caught between only bad choices for going back to school, leading to overwhelming anxiety and stress. Canopy leads the discussion on how to handle that anxiety and making the best choice for a safe and happy school year.
This March, as part of Self-Injury Awareness Month, it is important that parents educate themselves on self-harm and ways to help children who are struggling emotionally.
A child’s behavior isn’t always easy to handle, but that does not mean he meets the requirements for an official diagnosis. As a parent and your child’s biggest advocate, it's important to know the difference.
Canopy Children’s Solutions welcomes psychiatric nurse practitioner Hart Wylie, PMHNP-BC, as she joins the Behavioral Health Clinic at the Center of Excellence.
Canopy Children’s Solutions welcomes psychiatric nurse practitioner Leah Rigney, M.Ed., MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC as she joins the Behavioral Health Clinic at the Center of Excellence.