With the ongoing global effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, parents are left wondering how they should talk to their children about the impacts of the virus, while being both honest and reassuring.

Studies have frequently suggested that by the age of three, children have fully formed their self-concept and Identity. They have already determined if they are “good” or “bad.”

With the ongoing COVID-19 global crisis, there are a myriad of setbacks that children and adolescents could experience as a result of stay-at-home and social distancing measures. 

“Being empathetic connects you to others and in the process, you understand them more. Understanding others and what drives them will inevitably help you in your professional career, no matter which career path you choose.”

While the world’s nations act in unison to end the fight against COVID-19, hidden consequences resulting from these strategies continue to change children’s lives in profound ways.

According to a report by the NHS, one out of eight children in England has a mental health disorder. Even more alarmingly, the Mental Health Foundation claims that 70 percent of children and young …

Traditionally, parents anticipate having to have a variety of awkward and sometimes difficult conversations with their young children. However, none likely compare to what millions of parents across England and around the world are facing in …

The reopening of schools around the world amid the coronavirus pandemic has been the subject of on-going debate. In early spring, schools across the UK shutdown to slow the spread of the virus—with some exceptions—essential workers’ children and vulnerable pupils …

David Kalmanovitch was recently featured in an article for Healthiack and touched upon various ways that children in the UK are being impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Areas he spoke about include online learning, child protection, immunization, mental health problems, and nutrition.

Really, it’s just about building a list of clients and building those relationships so that it translates to more clients through referrals. Sometimes it truly is all about who you know.

While I liked working for the local hospitals, there were too many procedures to go through with too much red tape. A hospital environment is more strict with a lot of protocols. I wanted my own practice to set my own office hours and free myself up for teaching positions and mentorship opportunities.