Help Teens Manage Stress Prior to School

by ParentCo. July 25, 2016

1. Talk about last year: Summer is a good time for parents to have conversations with their students about how teens managed stress last year to see what worked and didn't work, says Tim Gissal, a school psychologist with Sarasota County Schools in Florida who works with high schoolers, including those at the No. 7-ranked high school in the country, the Pine View School...
Source: Make a Plan for Teens to Manage Stress Before School Starts


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