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The Learning and Wellbeing Team

Asking a question is one of the most important things that anyone can do. But it can also be extremely hard. We would like to make it easy. We get questions on all kinds of topics on learning, well-being and mental health from people from all over North America. It is one of the most important things that we do, and it is one of the most fulfilling.

Answering questions gives us a chance to really understand what students, teachers and parents wonder about and struggle with in their daily lives.  It helps us appreciate your day-to-day lived experience and it also keeps all of us on our toes, which is good for us in so many ways. 

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Our team of experts is led by Dr. D. A. Santor, a registered clinical psychologist and a university professor of psychology with more than 25 years of working with students, educators and parents in a variety of settings. This includes hospital-based specialty clinics, classrooms at all levels of education, and private practice.  He has provided hundreds of workshops to thousands of students, teachers and parents and answered thousands of questions over the past 25 years. 

The Learning and Wellbeing Team welcomes questions on any topic on learning, wellbeing and mental health. We answer a couple of questions every week. 



It is important to keep in mind that our answers, strategies, tips and advice are for informational purposes only and are not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  The information that we provide in article, video, answers to Q&As is based on expert opinion and scientific evidence, which we cite at the bottom of every page when used. Please keep in mind that , even the most thoughtful advice or scientifically valid recommendations will not always work. Each persons’ situation is unique and may require a plan that explicitly addresses their own unique challenges, needs and abilities. Only your own mental health professional or other qualified health provider is in a position to fully understand the uniqueness of your situation and the full extent of your difficulties, needs and challenges. You should never disregard professional advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website. 


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