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Positive thinking for teens

Teenagers are often overwhelmed and stressed. Social media can exacerbate these feelings. In her new book, Boston College alumna Katie Hurley, a child and adolescent psychotherapist and parenting expert, provides teens with ways to transform their anxious thought patterns and … Continue reading

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A ghostwriter revealed

Author Amy Boesky, a professor of English at Boston College, recently revealed a secret to The Kenyon Review: she was a ghostwriter of more than 50 books in the popular teen book series┬áSweet Valley High. While a graduate student studying … Continue reading

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The video gamer and the therapist

A new book by Graduate School of Social Work adjunct faculty member and licensed independent clinical social worker Mike Langlois challenges healthcare providers to rethink how they understand and work with patients who play video games. In Reset: Video Games … Continue reading

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