More and more, our kids are anxious, afraid to make mistakes, and deeply shame-filled when they do. Our kids are refusing to try, and shutting down when things feel hard. What’s a parent to do? I’m pleased to host fellow Chief and resiliency specialist Talia Kovacs to the podcast to discuss her work and her […]
“He’s so smart, but he’s no longer interested in school—or any ‘offline’ activities.” “She used to love sports, but now she just mopes around.” “My kid has turned into such a slacker!” If this sounds like your child, you need to listen to this episode! This week, my friend @Dr. Ellen Braaten shares insights from […]
Meet Liz – one of Signet’s rockstar academic coaches. In today’s episode, Liz shares her approach to coaching, what kinds of challenges coaching can help with, and how to tell if your child is ready for coaching or not. Learn about how a coach puts students at the center of identifying and solving their own […]
How can parents best support their students’ mental health this winter? Start by using Signet’s Mental Health Checklist. Learn more about this valuable tool.
Are you familiar with the Wheel of Life exercise? Get a closer look at how this exercise works and the immense value it provides for students who need support.
Would your student benefit most from academic support, emotional support, or perhaps a holistic combination of both? Learn the differences between tutoring, therapy, and academic coaching.
If your student is showing signs of struggling with their executive functions, it’s always best to act early. Find out how to support your student.
Is your teen struggling to recharge their batteries this summer? Discover helpful tips for managing stress effectively.
Does your child freeze, fumble, or flip out when confronted with high-stakes testing? They may be experiencing test anxiety. Learn how to help them prepare for testing.
Complex teens deserve a customized method for making crucial decisions about their future. Learn more about Signet’s secret-sauce framework.
Many teens are struggling right now and need all the support they can get. Discover strategies for improving mental health in high school.
Final exams are just around the corner, and for many students, test anxiety is rearing its ugly head. Discover 4 tips for managing test anxiety.
How do you teach complex kids to become more independent? The change you want for your kids starts with you. Learn how to move forward in our latest blog.
Explore our top recommendations to help families maintain physical, emotional, and mental health during the high school years.
With so many changes in personal and intellectual development underway, students can find themselves fighting to keep their heads above water.
We provide an overview of the common mental health challenges that high schoolers face, along with tools and resources for getting help.
Mindfulness is an incredible practice for reducing stress, staying focused, and even improving academic performance!
Academic coaching for high school students is often a helpful bridge between tutoring and therapy.
What is a neuropsychology assessment, and which students might benefit from taking one?
Test anxiety can negatively impact your performance–our tips will help you manage and prevent anxiety around exams.
Learn about the underlying causes of stress in high school and how students can manage stress effectively.
A psychiatrist a shares his perspective on how to improve mental health among students.
When is the last time you had a discussion with your peers and family about mental health?
As educators, we can help students and families work through issues about student stress and anxiety. But it’s our colleagues in psychology who have the best perspective on and tools to address these challenges. Read our interview between Jay Bacrania, Signet’s CEO, and Dr. Angela Currie, a psychologist at NESCA.
Typically, the most accessible mentors in your life are teachers, but potential mentors also include coaches, religious leaders, and club advisors.
A brief guide to some of the most common mental health challenges your student might be facing.