Editor’s Blog

How cognitive biases shape our beliefs about mentoring

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by Jean Rhodes When we hear the word  “bias,” we instinctively…

Finding a silver lining: COVID-19 is shedding new light onto childhood poverty

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By Jean Rhodes Young people who are referred to mentoring…

Mentoring in the context of inequality, injustice, and a global pandemic

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By Jean Rhodes When asked how he felt about the timing of…

Older and Wiser: New ideas for mentoring in the 21st Century

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By Jean Rhodes Apologies for this bit of shameless self-promotion…

Now is the time to offer solidarity and support to young people of color

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by Jean Rhodes and Cherrelle Jones (clinical psychology doctoral…

"It's not your job to worry" and other helpful advice for stressed kids

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by Jean Rhodes COVID-19 has deeply affected the lives…

Want to double your effects? Hopeful lessons from a new meta-analysis

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By Jean Rhodes and Kirsten Christensen In a recent study…

The kids aren’t all right: Why mentees will be disproportionately affected by the pandemic

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By Jean Rhodes Although COVID-19 appears to spare children…

Social distancing does not mean emotional distancing: Providing comfort during these trying times

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By Jean Rhodes How should parents, mentors, and other caring…

Rule #1: Don't minimize the importance of caregivers in mentoring relationships

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by Jean Rhodes Mentoring programs have not always appreciated…

Let's talk about religion, politics...and mentoring

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by Jean Rhodes, Matt Hagler, and Sam McQuillin We are…