30 Sep 13 Reasons Why – Talking Points
Do you know if your kids are watching the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” without supervision? Should you be concerned?
The series is important. It starts a dialogue and reveals the toxic nature of human behavior entangled with technology and its role in isolating and rejecting a person with a press of a button.
In response to 13 Reasons Why and in partnership with the Jed Foundation, SAVE (Suicide Awareness Voices of Education) drafted talking points. Taling points should encourage parents, teachers, and others to talk to adolescents about suicide as it narrates to the situational drama that unfolds in 13 Reasons Why.
From save.org, 13 Reasons Why – Talking Points:
About Choices Psychotherapy
Choice is the foundation for a change. Choice speaks to the reality that there is not one right answer for all. At Choices Psychotherapy, we are committed to empowering clients and their families to identify options while assisting in creating a personal roadmap toward health and recovery.
The Impact of Exercise on Depression and Anxiety
“To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not b...19 April, 2023
Symptoms of SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)
This infographic about symptoms of SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) was origina...22 January, 2023
8 Tips for overcoming holiday anxiety and stress
For most of us, the holidays are a time of celebration, family and friends reuni...02 December, 2022
Crisis on Campus: Student Suicides Infographics
The data on student suicides is shocking! 6 percent of undergraduates and 4 perc...22 September, 2022
How to help someone who is suicidal
Here is a practical guide to demonstrate the best ways to help someone who may b...10 September, 2022