By Marcy Marklay, LPCC, Adolescent Therapist, Lindner Center of HOPE Technology has changed the way people bully each other. Cyberbullying via text messages and use of social media, as well as the more traditional forms of bullying,can occur in childhood, adolescence and into adulthood, even in college and in the workplace. Bullying is far from […]
BY: Elizabeth Wassenaar, MS, MD, Lindner Center of HOPE, Staff Psychiatrist and Medical Director of Williams House Life can be overwhelming and we all would like to take a day off every once in a while. Likely, as helping professionals, we don’t take mental health days as often as we could actually benefit from […]
On October 28, 2015, Dr. Elizabeth Wassenaar, Lindner Center of HOPE Psychiatrist and Williams House Medical Director, joined Lon Woodbury on the Woodbury Report radio show. Their discussion focused on outlining the benefits of a residential assessment for mental health concerns in adolescents. Click here to listen.
Everyone’s talking about bullying these days – on the playground, in cyberspace – and, yes, even in the workplace. Bullying among adults? Is the term just being overused, or does bullying in the workplace really exist? The answer is, unfortunately, yes. According to one survey, as many as 40% or more of workers have experienced […]
An estimated one third of all children are bullied at some time, and with the advent of online or cyber-bullying, that percentage will only rise. Parents can take action to both help prevent bullying and help children cope with abusive behavior when it does occur. Follow these ten tips to make a difference in your […]
For many young people today, a huge threat to their safety and wellbeing is hidden in their laptops and cell phones. Parents are often oblivious to this menace or how they can help. What is this hidden threat? It’s the 21st century social media phenomenon of cyber bullying. The Nature of Cyber Bullying Cyber bullying […]