Tag Archives: Teenagers

Courage…Chronicled in the Sand: Sand Tray Therapy Reflections from Teenagers and Young Adults Living with Cancer and Blood Disorders

It is often difficult for young people facing an illness to verbalize their personal thoughts and feelings. In the Child and Family Life department, at The University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, sand tray therapy is used to help this vulnerable population communicate with their healthcare team, families, and loved ones. Sand tray therapy… Read More »

Sleep Disorders Among Teenagers

Sleep disorders among teenagers affects between seven to ten percent of teenagers which are called Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder, also known as DNS. By the time they reach young adulthood, many of these teenagers overgrow this disorder . Lower than one percent of adults are considered to have DSP. Often sleep disorder has been mistaken… Read More »