Ryans interview with Haley Potter of Erie News Now in September of 2020 on kids returning to school after the Covid pandemic.
“Sometimes the triggers for mental health issues are at home and sometimes when kids go to school, they have a healthy break from it,” Ryan Klingensmith, a licensed Counselor and Founder of Shape the Sky says.
Ryan Klingensmith, Founder of Shape the Shape, teamed up with Amanda Kenney from WTAJ in Altoona, PA to discuss social media, mental health, and how to parent in a digital world.
keeping kids safe online after state police arrested a man who stands accused of raping two girls he met on Snapchat.
GREENBURG, PA. (WPXI News) – “Ryan Klingensmith, a licensed professional counselor, founded Shape the Sky. It’s essentially a one-stop shop for parents. He told Channel 11 parents should know how these apps function, but he said what is most important is knowing your child’s behavior. One way to do that? Follow your child on Snapchat.”
Pennsylvania set up a tip line for school threats. Instead, students overwhelmingly called with mental health concerns.
PENNSYLVANIA (Pennslyvania Capital-Star) – “Middletown Area High School, which enrolls 650 students in a rural part of Dauphin County, was designed with security in mind. The school is surveilled with more than 115 security cameras, according to its principal Michael Carnes.”
Ryan Klingensmith, Founder of Shape the Shape, was interviewed by Amanda Kenney from WTAJ in Altoona, PA to discuss the dangers of social media and how to parent in a digital world.
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