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Checking in with Children during COVID

“Feeling stressed is not something experienced solely by adults; children have myriad responsibilities, pressures, and expectations that induce stress, and this past year, with the additional challenges of COVID, checking in with your child is more important than ever.” JCS Clinical Therapist, Shula Levin, shares 5 ways to address stressors in your child’s life.

JDAIM-Calm in the Storm

Transitioning youth and their loved ones are invited to share concerns and create connections with others who are adjusting to COVID reality and the inevitable shifts in daily life. Receive tips and tools for combatting stress under these unique circumstances. SIGN UP To see all upcoming Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month Celebration programs and …

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Let’s Talk About Money – First Thing’s First

Let’s talk about money.   Welcome to financial wellness.   This is the first blog in a series that we are really excited to introduce – for you, your family, and your future. It is part of a larger initiative here at Jewish Community Services to broaden the conversation about how we see ourselves, how we make choices, and how we can start or continue to enhance …

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Recognizing Stress Reactions: Why is My Child Acting Differently?

By Beth Land Hecht, LCSW-C Senior Manager, Community Engagement  This unique and challenging time of COVID 19, that we are all living through, is clearly stressful. As parents, everything in our lives has been turned upside down. We worry about how this change in our lives impacts our children. The good news is that our …

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Freshman Depression: Making Sure Your Child is Ready for College

Ilene Federman, LCSW-C “Can we screen you for Depression?” That’s the first question ten thousand incoming freshmen will be met with as they move into their dorms on the campus of UCLA later this summer.  In response to the skyrocketing number of cases involving depression in young people, UCLA has launched the Depression Grand Challenge, …

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Freshman Depression: Making Sure Your Child is Ready for College

“Can we screen you for Depression?”

That’s the first question ten thousand incoming freshmen will be met with as they move into their dorms on the campus of UCLA later this summer.

In response to the skyrocketing number of cases involving depression in young people, UCLA has launched the Depression Grand Challenge, an initiative that will help researchers study causes and treatments of this debilitating disease.

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