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Aider son ado à bien choisir son premier emploi
Juin cogne à nos portes et voici le temps des emplois d’été pour nos adolescent(e)s. Une première expérience de travail ne sera pas sans conséquences sur leur bien-être psychologique, puisqu’ils et elles y feront leurs tout premiers pas dans le véritable monde adulte. Comment les parents peuvent-ils aider leur jeune …Read the article
Disappointing Report Card? It’s Not the End
You’re about to receive your child’s school report card. Whether it’s rewarding or rather alarming, one thing’s for sure: now is not the time to ease up. In fact, you need to maintain—and sometimes even increase—the pace. Here are some tips to end the year on a high note.Read the article
Who Are Introverted Students?
An introverted student can be an enigma for their teacher, and sometimes even for their parents. They talk less, so it is harder to know what is going on inside their head. Although we have to work a little harder to get to know them, this does not change the …Read the article
The News: A Source of Worry for Young People or Not?
Just in the last few months, words such as “pandemic”, “threat of World War III” and “inflation” have been heard repeatedly in news reports. Are these problems key concerns for young people? What news events contribute to their sense of insecurity or anxiety about the future?Read the article
$420 000 raised for the 18th edition of the Valentine's Day Ball
On Thursday, April 28th, 2022, the 18th edition of the Valentine’s Day Ball was held at Windsor Station in Montreal. On this occasion, the guests were invited to be carried away by the wave of love and the charm of Mykonos!Read the article
Eco-anxiety, a Phenomenon on the Rise Among Teens
Every time there’s a climate alert, does your child seem to fall apart and call their future into question? They may be subject to eco-anxiety, a new phenomenon that’s growing among teens. Here are some tips to help them better manage the situation.Read the article
Sports Anxiety: When Sport Becomes Unhealthy
How can we help our teens deal with emphasis on performance and not give in to anxiety? You will find the answers of Joëlle Carpentier, professor at UQÀM with a field of expertise in sports psychology.Read the article