Category Archives: Anxiety
Social-Emotional Learning – Resources for Parents (COVID-19)
The doctoral students and faculty members from the School Psychology Program have compiled various online resources that parents may find […]
Television: The Original Screen, Fears, and What’s Wrong with Me?
Numerous studies have demonstrated that children (and adolescents) experience fear and anxiety from content delivered through various media, and […]
Screen Time, Social Media Use, and Teen Well-Being
Smartphones have become ubiquitous; they are everywhere. According to the Pew Research Center, approximately 96% of adults report owning […]
Digital Media & ADHD: Not So Fast!
Numerous studies are published each month in the professional literature, and sometimes those studies get picked up by the […]
Meet the Faculty/Staff: Dr. Charles Galyon
Charles Galyon is a licensed psychologist who works part time with the KLASS Center. He received a BA in psychology from […]
In an earlier post, we talked about separation anxiety, what it looks like, and some basics as to how […]
The Preschool Drama: Separation Anxiety
A popular topic among parents with preschool-age children, separation anxiety, is a normal part of development for most younger […]