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CRYING, LEARNING, AND LAUGHING: WHY STUDENTS VISIT A TEEN CENTER
Tamika M. Murray
Nonfiction Social Work
The struggle is real, but the help is sincere for adolescent students In Crying, Learning, and Laughing: Why Students Visit the Teen Center.
The author recounts the stressful, but the often fun position as a case
manager in a Teen Center. Students’ daily interactions in a
School-Based Youth Services Program add color to the murky topics of
teen dating violence, child abuse, and mental health issues. The
unexpected crises don’t hinder the adolescents’ high energy, but it
brings insight for the curious reader. Interesting and helpful, Crying, Learning, and Laughing explore the often chaotic life of teens and how social workers in schools shine a light during dark times.
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seaside town of Atlantic City, New Jersey. Mika is a certified social
worker, owner of Celestial Publishing LLC, freelance writer and soon to
be author. She graduated from Stockton University with a Bachelor of
Arts in Literature and a Bachelor of Science in Social Work. Since then,
her writing has appeared in over 50 online publications through
ghostwriting. Mika’s helped over 200 children and adolescents during her
career as an Adjunct English Instructor and Case Manager.She plans to raise awareness about School-Based Youth Services
Programs (Teen Centers) and why they are a necessity in all schools
through the release of her book Crying, Learning, and Laughing: Why
Students Visit the Teen Center, releasing on September 1, 2020.She currently resides in Southern, New Jersey, with her boyfriend and three rambunctious kitties.
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