Dr. Chris Liang, Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology and Chair for the Department of Education and Human Services, discusses the challenges of learning from home and offers resources that kids, caregivers, and teachers can use.
April 22, 2020 marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, Dr. Alec Bodzin of Lehigh University’s College of Education has shared a list of his favorite environmental education resources to share with you.
April has zeroed in on gender-based violence (GBV) during COVID-19 and how individuals can access remote resources and learn about the unique experience of GBV while social distancing.
A Guide to Providing Mental Health Services to Immigrants Impacted by Changes to DACA and the COVID-19 Pandemic
This guide aims to support providers in understanding the multi-layered and ever-changing environmental stressors that hinder DACA recipients’ emotional wellbeing, as well as resources and strategies to help providers deliver effective services to this community.
Online ResourcesGender, Race, Inclusion and Trauma Lab & Regional Partners Provide COVID-19 Resources
Lehigh's Gender, Race, Inclusion and Trauma Lab worked with regional partners to provide trauma-informed, mindfulness, and social emotional learning (SEL) resources to K-12 educators, students, parents and caregivers.
Online Resource -Recommendations for Parents of Young Children and Young Children with ADHD in Navigating the COVID-19 Situation
School Psychology doctoral students and faculty from our special education and school psychology programs created recommendations for parents with young children and young children with ADHD to help navigate home life during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Counseling Psychology program students detail their move to online services and provide best practices to facilitate telepsychology services to clients.
Dr. George DuPaul, professor of school psychology, shared behavioral strategies teachers and parents can use to help children and teens with ADHD cope and learn while under quarantine.