2020 has been a stressful year for parents, but there are a few things you can do to alleviate anxiety and help prepare yourself and your children for the upcoming school year.
2020 has been a stressful year to say the least. With what feels like one crisis after another, many individuals describe feeling like they are riding an out-of-control rollercoaster of emotions. Canopy offers tips to help you better manage these intense feelings.
Canopy CEO John Damon, Ph.D., speaks with Mississippi Today's Marshall Ramsey about navigating mental health in 2020 and how to help kids build resilience in times of adversity.
If you have spent most of your time at home during the coronavirus pandemic, the world can look different when you re-enter into daily life. Here are a few ways to help prepare yourself and your family.
Looking for something to do as a family? Canopy has what you need from storytime to crafts to self-care tips. Check it out here
Working from home has taken on a whole new definition in the midst of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. This new normal leaves many parents feeling overwhelmed and maybe even concerned about the future.
Practicing self-care is an important way of managing your stress levels, your overall mental health and well-being. Canopy team members share their self-care tips.
Considering letting your middle-school-aged child stay home alone this summer? Canopy provides you with insight on how to make the transition to more independence for your older child safe and successful.