The Daily News ...
Viewpoints, Reports, Opinions, Press Releases and Other Journals
Underage drinking is not a rite of passage
Young victims of cyberbullying twice as likely to attempt suicide and self-harm, study finds
Canada: Child and Youth Advocate to review Inuit child welfare in Newfoundland and Labrador
USA: Connecting urban youth with nature in cities is crucial
Australia: 'Record investment' to reform 'broken' Northern Territory child protection and youth justice system
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Animals in work with kids / Child and youth homelessness / Falling behind? / Help dealing with difficult behaviour / High stress job? / Importance of 'self' and CYC practice? / Limits to helping clients? / Overnight staff 1 / Overnight staff 2 / Question of tautology in CYC / Regression in young children / Sibling abuse? / Supporting child and youth rights? / Technological barriers in the therapeutic relationship? / Triggers in the workplace? / Urie Bronfenbrenner / What makes a family? / Youth who run away and are disengaged in programming?
Student Discussion Hub
We invite students to register on our new moderated Student Hub, a student-specific discussion group on CYC-Net which will provide a place where students can have discussions with each other - student to student. Our new student hub will run in parallel with our general CYC discussion group.