Hallway Blog

  • All
  • At Home
  • Classroom Convos
  • Consent
  • Education
  • Prevention
  • Student Lounge
  • Vaping
  • Workshops

Vaping: Staying Centered and Supporting Youth

There’s no getting around it: the news about vaping is scary. It’s everywhere. It’s highly addictive.  An epidemic ...

Managing Transitions

Adolescence is full of transitions - teens are moving into young adulthood, exerting their independence, forming new relationships ...
teen-safe

Tips for Keeping Your Teen Safe This Summer

During the school year, adolescents’ lives are incredibly structured – they attend classes everyday, participate in extracurricular activities, ...

Student Lounge: End of Year Wrap Up

This year, Hallways provided workshops for over 1,500 students. We asked teens to engage in courageous thinking and ...

Student Lounge: Setting Healthy Boundaries

Boundaries can be tricky for adolescents – they’re still very much figuring out who they are and what ...

Why Deconstructing Gender Norms is Key to Consent Work

By Sarah Diaz, Research and Assessment Coordinator My four year-old son’s favorite color is red. A few months ...

Empathy: A Key Skill for Preventing Gender Based Violence

By Desiree Caro, Consent Education Coordinator From popular culture to politics to social movements, conversations about consent have ...

Student Lounge: Coping and Self-Care

Examples of Wellness Wheels completed by 12th grade students, who were asked to fill out each slice of the ...

The Importance of Building Healthy Coping Skills

By Allison Finder, Prevention Educator/Counselor Wanting young people to be successful, whether academically, athletically, or socially, is a ...

Why Empathy?

At Hallways, we have long recognized that building empathy is a fundamental component of our work to enhance ...

Student Lounge: Transitioning to College

Student Lounge is a space for young people to share their lived experiences through our newsletter. This new ...

Introducing the Student Lounge

By Allison Finder, Prevention Educator and Counselor Hallways is excited to announce the Student Lounge, a space for ...

Why Parents Need to Combat Perfectionism

At Hallways, we have found that the young people we work with almost universally feel an extreme amount ...

Talking About Consent With Young People

Just like so many adults, young people of all ages watched or overheard the news stories about the ...

Setting Healthy Expectations for Homecoming

Homecoming events are exciting for students and kick off the fall semester social scene. All too often, however, ...

Hallways Handbook Highlight: Fostering a Learning-Goal Orientation

In anticipation of the release of our parent and educator handbook this fall, we are sharing some brief ...

Setting Good Boundaries

The start of a new school year is a great time for families and educators to reestablish norms ...

Save the Date: Consent Education Training for School Professionals

Join us on October 10th & 11th, for our Consent Education Training, a two-day training on consent and sexual ...

Preventing & Addressing High-Risk Behavior in Teens: Vaping (May 16)

Join us for this interactive workshop where you will have the opportunity to discuss and reflect on parenting ...

A Changing Landscape in Prevention – The Hallways Approach

Traditionally, programs that sought to prevent young people from engaging in risky behaviors based their programming around cautionary ...

How to Talk About Family Addiction

Adolescence is a period of new beginnings, challenging endings, and figuring out one’s position in the world. It ...

Supporting Your Child Through College Applications

Ah, College Application Season. The moment your child has ostensibly been working toward for the past 13 years ...

Hallways Indicated Prevention Program: A Resource for Navigating Adolescence

Hallways has been a resource for the Independent School Community in New York City for over 30 years. ...

Get Involved

Support Our
Critical Work

get-involved-hallways
footer-logo

Join Our Mailing List

to get our resource-filled newsletter and info about upcoming events.

Scroll to Top