Recognizing Self-Harm Awareness Month

Each year, during the month of March, mental health organizations across the country raise awareness for self-harm – a condition that affects more teenagers and young adults than most realize. Because many teens keep their condition a secret, it can be challenging for their parents to identify if their child is engaging in harmful behavior.…

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Technology Addiction

Last Updated: January 2021 If you are the caregiver or parent of a teen, you know how important technology is and the role that it plays in the life of today’s teenagers. Not an hour goes by that most teens don’t click, post or swipe. Recent studies show that the average teen spends 7.5 hours a day using…

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Mental Health: More Than Just a New Year’s Resolution

Last Updated: December 2020 December is often the month that we reflect on the year that has passed, as well as look towards the future. It is the time to ask: are you and your family mentally healthy and prepared for the year ahead? Being mentally healthy is more than just a New Year’s resolution,…

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signs of mental illness in young adults 1

Recent months have brought unprecedented isolation to young adults in America and an onslaught of mental illness and health concerns. How can you tell if a young adult is working through normal changes associated with coronavirus (COVID-19) quarantines or truly struggling with mental health? Take a closer look at the signs of mental illness in…

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