Tag: Dr. Eleazar Eusebio

Dr. Eusebio discusses long-term effects of sustained bullying

In the wake of a lawsuit won by parents of a bullied child against a school district accused of not protecting the child, Washington, D.C. Campus Department Chair of School Psychology, Dr. Eleazar Eusebio spoke to the Middleton Times Herald-Record about the long-term effects sustained bullying can have. “Children who have been routinely bullied are […]

Dr. Eusebio on keeping your mind sharp

In this discussion with Buzzfeed, Dr. Eleazar Eusebio, department chair, School Psychology, Washington, D.C. Campus, details nine ways to keep your brain sharp and improve your memory. “Reading is one of most influential exercises. It’s the most proven way to support brain health because we have evidence of early reading and its direct influence to […]

Dr. Eleazar Cruz Eusebio interviews with ‘the fix’ about preteen drug and alcohol use

Chicago Campus Associate Dean in School Psychology Dr. Eleazar Eusebio discussed the early use of drugs and alcohol by preteens, and factors that could contribute to their becoming dependent on either substance. ‚ÄúResearch has found biological, behavioral, psychiatric, and psychosocial risk factors that may contribute to young people developing an addiction. Childhood use of alcohol […]