Christopher Bergland

7 Early-Life Stressors May Impact Kids’ Future Mental Health

By |2019-05-10T01:07:04-07:00May 8th, 2019|Categories: cfgctips, Crisis, Diagnosis, Emotional Health, Exercise, Health Information, Information, Inspiration, Medication, Parenting Tips, Resources, Trauma, Youth Tips|Tags: , , |

7 Early-Life Stressors May Impact Kids’ Future Mental Health

Early-life adversity may trigger changes in a child’s epigenetic profile linked to future mental health, according to new findings from Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital.

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8 Eye-Opening Ways Kids Benefit from Experiences with Nature

By |2019-03-21T01:09:59-07:00March 20th, 2019|Categories: cfgctips, Diagnosis, Exercise, Health Information, Information, Inspiration, Medication, Parenting Tips, Resources, Trauma|Tags: , , |

8 Eye-Opening Ways Kids Benefit from Experiences with Nature

Even minuscule experiences with nature—such as seeing some trees and sky from a classroom window—can help students perform better academically, according to a new critical review.

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9 Warning Signs Your Child May Be Lost in Cyberspace

By |2017-12-05T08:23:30-07:00December 4th, 2017|Categories: cfgctips, Crisis, Diagnosis, Emotional Health, Exercise, Health Information, Information, Inspiration, Medication, Nutrition, Parenting Tips, Resources, Trauma|Tags: , |

9 Warning Signs Your Child May Be Lost in Cyberspace

For the first time, psychologists have created a nine-point checklist to help parents identify if their child may be suffering from what experts call “screen media addiction.”

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Walking in Natural Environments Nourishes Parent-Child Bonds

By |2017-11-28T21:20:23-07:00November 27th, 2017|Categories: Behavioral Health, cfgctips, Crisis, Diagnosis, Emotional Health, Exercise, Health Information, Information, Inspiration, Medication, Nutrition, Parenting Tips, Resources, Trauma|Tags: , |

Walking in Natural Environments Nourishes Parent-Child Bonds

Spending time together in nature increases family cohesion and parent-child bonds, according to a new study.

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