Simple steps you can take as a parent to help your kids navigate their variety of emotions and process what they’re feeling.
Read about some fascinating new research about family dynamics and its affects on mental health for individuals and in the family.
Like adults, kids also battle anxiety and even depression. However, the signs and symptoms aren’t always the same in kids as they are in adults. Here are ways to make sure that once you see these warning signs, they don’t go ignored.
Mental health symptoms are widespread around the preteen and teenaged years. If you are struggling with how to check-in on your child’s mental health, here are some tips to get you started.
In a crisis, it is mission-critical to help kids make sense of what’s happening and manage any anxiety they may be experiencing. Here are five tips that might help.
If you are the parent of an anxious child, you are not alone. Anxiety is the most common mental health condition of childhood and adolescence. Giving your child strategies to battle anxiety can reduce tensions and help your child (and you) feel empowered.
A Feelings Wheel is a tool used to help recognize and communicate feelings. Although it may seem a bit extra, a Feelings Wheel is a way to work smarter, not harder, with teenagers when identifying and managing emotions.
In light of the pandemic year that has passed here are a few goals we might carry into the new year to bolster us as parents and people.