Here are tips for approaching difficult topics and initiating a healthy rapport with your child that will last a lifetime.
Difficulties accessing behavioral health care can be both frustrating and stressful for families. Learn what you can do to help your child while you are waiting for services.
Here are five ways you can support a friend turned caregiver of a child who has been diagnosed with a mental illness.
Once your child receives a diagnosis, there can be a flood of emotions. Here are other ways to stay informed and help with your journey.
A strong support system has been shown to improve how people adapt to living with a mental illness long term.
Learn about the many types of mental health providers who have relevant training, specialization and skill in assessing and providing mental and behavioral health services to children and adolescents.
Children and adolescents do not have to be the victim of a violent crime to experience trauma. Learn how exposure to violence can affect our youth.
Finding a mental health provider can be really challenging. Here are some tips on navigating the mental health care system.
One in five children is living with a mental illness, and 50 percent of all lifetime mental illnesses start by the age of 14. Studies show that LGBTQ youth may experience more negative mental health outcomes than their peers.
The weeks (and months) surrounding an election can be a time of difficult social interactions, personal frustration and anxious anticipation under normal circumstances. A frequent question we’re asked is how do we navigate this turbulent time with our children?
Here are some ways that families can create an accepting environment for children and adolescents to feel comfortable coming out.
In light of recent events, many caregivers may find themselves struggling to talk about the concepts of race, ethnicity and racism with kids. Here are some ways to get started.