Episode 97 Resources: Back to School Anxiety & ADA


Speaker: Rachel Busman, a licensed clinical psychologist and Senior Director of the Child & Adolescent Anxiety and Related Disorders Program
Cognitive Behavioral Consultants White Plains, New York
E-mail: rbusman@cbc-psychology.com>
Link: cbc-psychology.com

Back to School Guidance from Medical Professionals

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Resources for Back to School

U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights Resources for Back to School

Family Mental Health Resources

Past ADA Live! Podcasts on School, COVID and Student Rights

More Tools for Families and Educators

Suggested Mental Health Apps

  • Go Noodle
    Games, apps and more for kids, plus related content on YouTube.
    Link: gonoodle.com
  • Go Noodle Flow & Steady
    Link: gonoodle.com/tags/PXodv2/flow-and-steady
  • Go Zen
    Link: gozen.com
  • Stop Breathe Think
    The app name has changed to MyLife Meditation (my.life)
    Link: stopbreathethink.com/about
  • Calm
    Link: calm.com
  • PsyberGuide
    This website reviews smartphone applications (apps) and other digital tools to help you make good choices to manage your mental health.
    Link: onemindpsyberguide.org/apps


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