2020 COVID 19 Articles and Resources
"Because of coronavirus, teenagers are missing out on major rites of passage. Offering compassion paves their way toward feeling better"
"When adolescents can’t see their peers in person, it seems only fair to loosen the rules on how much time they spend connecting online. But all bets aren’t off. Now, as always, rules are still in order to keep digital technology from undermining essential elements of healthy development. Sleep, productive learning, physical activity and face-to-face interactions (even if only with family members for now) should not be crowded out by life online."
Tips for Navigating the COVID-19, Crisis at Home with Teens, Young Adults:
Help Teens Remain Connected With Peers
While Staying at Home:
Supporting Teenagers and Young Adults
During the Coronavirus Crisis:
If You Smoke or Vape, COVID-19 Is Another Reason To Quit:
Video Resource- How to Talk to adolescence when someone dies of COVID-19 https://counselors.cmionline.com/
American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: