Hillside Blog - Anxiety

Best Ways to Deal With Anxiety

Best Ways to Deal With Anxiety

By Sarah / December 7, 2021

Anxiety is a natural human reaction that involves the mind and the body. Anxiety can happen at any time and for any reason. Growing up…

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Top Reasons Children Act Out

Top Reasons Children Act Out

By Sarah / July 8, 2020

Kids have rough days. Children can display less-than-perfect behaviors for a variety of reasons. Maybe they’re tired, disappointed, or frustrated. Perhaps they’ve eaten too much sugar…

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The Importance of SEL in Therapy

The Importance of SEL in Therapy

By Sarah / April 2, 2020

Our highly stressful world requires children and adolescents to cope with a wide array of negative emotions, and not everyone has the tools to do…

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February Newsletter

By Sarah / January 28, 2020

Love is in the air and the shops are full of cards and candy. Valentine’s Day can be fun, but it can also be a…

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Ways to Help Reduce Your Child’s Holiday Stress

By Sarah / December 12, 2019

We can often feel pressurized to make the holiday season perfect. Finding the perfect gift, throwing the perfect party, making the perfect meal. All of…

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The Link Between Physical and Mental Health

By Sarah / March 7, 2019

Staying healthy is a central goal in many people’s lives, and parents want to promote good health for their children in any way they can.…

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder vs. Major Depressive Disorder

By Sarah / December 6, 2017

Understanding your diagnosis is an important part of getting the right treatment. Anxiety and depression are two common mental illnesses that often co-occur, meaning that many people may suffer from both disorders! Continue Reading

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How to Help Your Teenager Deal with Their Anxiety

By Sarah / August 8, 2017

Parenting a teenager can be a frustrating experience. You try to understand what they are going through, but at this confusing stage of development, many teens don’t know themselves or what is happening in their brains. It is common for teens to feel anxious from time to time and supportive parenting can ease the tensions of growing into adulthood. Read More Here

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