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    October 9, 2019

    A Parent’s Guide to Finding Good Mental Health Care

    Anxious about your son’s anxiety? Sad about your daughter’s depression? If you’re concerned about your child’s mental health, you might be thinking about therapy. If you are, you’re in good company.

    Continue Reading...
    September 4, 2019

    4 Things That Can Affect Your Child’s Mental Health … and How to Help

    Taking tests, fledgling romances, annoying siblings—stresses on kids used to seem small and manageable. But the world feels like a tougher place now, even for the young. Anxiety affects 32% of teens, and more than one in 10 have suffered major depressive episodes.

    Continue Reading...
    April 7, 2017

    UK Teens Are Struggling With Mental Illness, But Teachers Lack Skills to Help

    Rates of anxiety and depression have increased by 70 percent in the past 25 years among teenagers in the United Kingdom, according to stem4. A large number of teenagers say they experience “emotional distress” and don’t have teachers with the skills to help them with their mental health issues.

    Continue Reading...
    October 9, 2019

    A Parent’s Guide to Finding Good Mental Health Care

    Anxious about your son’s anxiety? Sad about your daughter’s depression? If you’re concerned about your child’s mental health, you might be thinking about therapy. If you are, you’re in good company.

    Continue Reading...
    September 4, 2019

    4 Things That Can Affect Your Child’s Mental Health … and How to Help

    Taking tests, fledgling romances, annoying siblings—stresses on kids used to seem small and manageable. But the world feels like a tougher place now, even for the young. Anxiety affects 32% of teens, and more than one in 10 have suffered major depressive episodes.

    Continue Reading...
    April 7, 2017

    UK Teens Are Struggling With Mental Illness, But Teachers Lack Skills to Help

    Rates of anxiety and depression have increased by 70 percent in the past 25 years among teenagers in the United Kingdom, according to stem4. A large number of teenagers say they experience “emotional distress” and don’t have teachers with the skills to help them with their mental health issues.

    Continue Reading...

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