Remote Schooling Ends, Summer Is Upon Us
Summer is almost here and hopefully its arrival will mark the permanent end of remote schooling. Some kids did fine academically, but many others did not. Teachers, struggling with their own anxieties, sicknesses, and family stresses (and having no personal connections to their students) gave everything they had despite the odds being stacked against them. […]
Anxiety Education Series with Gaggle
Dr. Lisa joins the educators at Gaggle to speak on the topic of Anxiety and how it impacts our students everyday. She shares valuable tips on how to cope with stress, steps to take to reduce anxiety, and some warning signs when individuals start to spiral. Please take the time to listen to the full webinar […]
Eating Disorders Education Series with Gaggle
Dr. Lisa joined the Gaggle community again to speak about the sensitive topic of Eating Disorders and how they affect our students. Some helpful tips on warning signs and action steps to take when a child is suffering were shared during this webinar. Please take the time to listen to the full webinar here.
Cutting Education Series with Gaggle
Dr. Lisa was pleased to join the educational leaders of Gaggle to speak on the topic of Cutting. There was a lot of valuable information shared about signs of cutting as well as what to do when you suspect a child or student is engaging in the act of cutting. Please take the time to listen to […]
Holiday Blues Education Series with Gaggle
Dr. Lisa joined the Gaggle community to speak about The Holiday Blues and ways to stay healthy and positive this holiday season. They covered some easy and helpful tips on what to lookout for in terms of mental health around the holidays. You can join the conversation and listen to the full webinar here!
What is Your Child Watching Online?
It was an honor to present recently on- What is Your Child Watching Online in collaboration with Mountain Youth Community. To view the entire presentation- CLICK HERE! I discuss how technology can lead to gaming addiction, depression, and anxiety. Dr. Lisa Strohman
Sometimes the only way to truly appreciate something is to immerse yourself in it. It was like that with me and law enforcement. Sure I always had a respect for it, but I did not truly learn its value, and the value of those in the law enforcement community, until I worked with the FBI. […]
Happy, Not App-y Valentine’s Day!
Happy Valentine’s Day (almost)! No matter how you plan on celebrating, or not celebrating at all, there is no doubt that Valentine’s Day brings a lot of emotions for people of all ages and stages in life. It calls to mind that there is an undeniable expectation in today’s culture to make sure every one […]
Disconnect to Destress
It is hard to believe that we are already into the second month of 2020. This time, as with any election year, the political and social stress that has come with it has created a new burden for everyone. It is a matter of fact that stress is all around us and invades our lives […]
Digital Detox 2020
It is hard to believe that 2020 already has one week under its belt and it is that time of year when it seems like everyone around us is talking about the diet they are embarking on or the goals they are setting for themselves and their families. A popular New Year’s resolution has been […]