By Zenisha Shah, CEI Writer and Counselor at Innisfree House School and Margaret Bass, CEI Research Assistant Imagine how your life would be impacted if you had to, first, find a specialist to address your mental health concerns equitably—without bias our judgement? This is a reality, if you are a member of an ethnic, racial, religious, or gender group. Accessing quality mental health services has been a struggle for individuals who belong to these groups (Shushansky, 2017).
By Olivia Gawel, Center for Educational Improvement Trauma touches the lives of many across the world. Children residing in various countries have to deal with events that impact their lives, most of which are detrimental. Trauma is a force of destruction that is ready to sweep up anyone on its path - irrelevant of their geographical location. One relevant example is the current situation of Ukranian children and their families, who have fled their motherland in search of saf
The Getting Unstuck– Cultivating Curiosity Podcast series has yet again produced a captivating installment with an episode on curiosity and perspective with Jeff Ikler and Dr. Christine Mason. Leadership Coach and Author Jeff Ikler discusses how curiosity "naturally forces us to slow down, to take ourselves off the autopilot or cruise control mode that is daily life for most of us. Being curious encourages us to engage more meaningfully with others at work, at home, and schoo