Mental health issues and real, traumatic experiences are pinned as a “normal part of growing up” or “just a phase.”
When it comes to mental illness, families often receive less support, compassion and understanding than those facing physical illness.
Children Should Not Have to Be Resilient
The Widely Neglected Healing Power of Music
The Importance of Prioritizing Emotional Wellness over Academic Achievement
Addressing Youth Mental Health in NAMI’s Next Book
Supporting Adolescent Mental Health During a Pandemic and Back to School
How School-Based Mental Health Providers Can Help Hispanic/Latinx Students
Bettering Mental Health Outcomes for LGBTQ+ Youth
My Daughter’s First Episode of Psychosis
Warning Signs of Mental Illness in Children
Talking to Your Kids About Psychiatric Medications
Is Social Media Good or Bad for Our Mental Health?
To All the Professors and Teachers of Those with Invisible Illnesses
Preventing and Preparing for a Mental Health Crisis
Mental Health Conditions Seen in Childhood
How to Ask Someone About Suicide
How to Cope When a Pop Culture Phenomenon Triggers You
Four Lessons From Four Years of Therapy
How to Have a Healthy Relationship with Social Media
Maintaining Healthy Friendships with Mental Illness
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