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Prioritizing Children’s Mental Health While Co-Parenting – by Conor White Social workers know that familial separation can inflict stress on all family members. However, children can be especially impacted as they navigate new situations and new feelings. Luckily, great resources are available to the public to help make these transitions easier. Fordham GSS Master of Social Work (MSW) alumni Marcus Stallworth, GSS ’05 and adjunct instructor, is supplying such resources. Stallworth currently works as the director of training and implementation at the Child Welfare League of America. He has collaborated with Relias, a company that offers healthcare training platforms, to educate the public about how to navigate familial…

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CBC News And Welcome 2 Reality: Social media safety course in La Ronge aimed at helping prevent youth suicides

As the anniversary of six youths’ suicides approaches in northern Saskatchewan, the Lac La Ronge Indian Band is working on strategies to prevent it from happening again. One of them is an effort to educate mental health workers, teachers, parents, and youth on the dangerous side of social media. A Connecticut company, Welcome 2 Reality, has begun to hold monthly sessions in La Ronge on how social media influences today’s youth as well as providing tips to help children critically analyze the media they consume.

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Fordham GSS News

Prioritizing Children’s Mental Health While Co-Parenting – by Conor White Social workers know that familial separation can inflict stress on all family members. However, children can be especially impacted as they navigate new situations and new feelings. Luckily, great resources are available to the public to help make these transitions easier. Fordham GSS Master of Social Work (MSW) alumni Marcus Stallworth, GSS ’05 and adjunct instructor, is supplying such resources. Stallworth currently works as the director of training and implementation at the Child Welfare League of America. He has collaborated with Relias, a company that offers healthcare training platforms, to educate the public about how to navigate familial…

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CBC News And Welcome 2 Reality: Social media safety course in La Ronge aimed at helping prevent youth suicides

As the anniversary of six youths’ suicides approaches in northern Saskatchewan, the Lac La Ronge Indian Band is working on strategies to prevent it from happening again. One of them is an effort to educate mental health workers, teachers, parents, and youth on the dangerous side of social media. A Connecticut company, Welcome 2 Reality, has begun to hold monthly sessions in La Ronge on how social media influences today’s youth as well as providing tips to help children critically analyze the media they consume.

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