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As some local schools reopen for in-person learning March 1, UNLV professor Katherine Lee examines the impact of the COVID pandemic on children’s mental health and the professionals helping them weather it.
Nevada Institute on Teaching and Educator Preparation finds home at UNLV and in the community.
Mental health expert Dr. Michelle Paul provides strategies on fighting off anxieties as people return to work, outside activities.
The PRACTICE Mental Health Clinic responds to outbreak, offers all services to existing patients virtually.
UNLV College of Education professor explains trauma symptoms of children versus adults, and offers strategies and resources to help overcome them.
In the days after the Oct. 1 tragedy, UNLV mental health experts helped hundreds deal with the trauma. Three of them share their insights.
Counselor Education, School Psychology, and Human Services In The News
By now, with the COVID-19 pandemic approaching the one-year mark, the impacts of extended quarantine on all ways of life have been well documented.
After months of back and forth about when students will return to in-person learning, the Clark County School District announced Wednesday that students pre-K through third grade will return to school starting March 1.
Back-to-school season is usually an upbeat time, but as students begin distance learning this year, some professionals are concerned about the mental aspects of being stuck at home in isolation.
Violence, guns on campus, suicides, these are realities at many of our schools.
Teen suicide is rising in Nevada and mental health care in the state is ranked the lowest in the country.
The sixth-grade class was back in session at Del Webb Middle School Tuesday after an 11-year-old student brought a gun to campus Monday.