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Wallace’s New Column Explores the Dangers Associated with America’s Ambivalence About Yoputh and Alcohol

Stephen’s new column, “America’s Ambivalence About Youth and Alcohol May Put Kids at Risk,” explores the prevalent dialogue surrounding underage drinking and how we may be putting young people at risk. It provides tips to parents (and other caring adults) as how best to talk with young people about alcohol and other drug use as …

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Wallace Speaks to “Grief Camps” in New Psychology Today Piece

Stephen’s new article for Psychology Today, Pitching Magic – When unresolved grief goes to summer camp, features the Experience Camps organization which offers free, one-week summer camp experiences for children who have lost a loved one, such as a parent or sibling. It includes key data from the American Camp Association and information about the …

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National Suicide Awareness Prevention Month Prompts Publication of “Empty Sky”

Stephen’s new Psychology Today article, “Empty Sky” written in recognition of the National Suicide Awareness Prevention Month, discusses the roles of hope and a three step approach to improving youth mental health in America. It features the work of The Jason Foundation, the Jed Foundation, and Total Brain, each a collaborator at the Center for …

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