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NEW: Schools asking parents about their child’s mental health history

Tucked at the bottom of Palm Beach County’s student registration form, on the page that begins with who is permitted to pick up your child from school and just under the box to check if a student has ... read more

What Mental Health Needs Should Parents Consider When Sending a Child to College?

Parents echoed these findings, with 45 percent saying their child has ... where more mental health care providers are located, as opposed to a rural campus that may not have a large hospital or medica... read more

How parents can protect the mental health of a college-bound child

Teens are suddenly faced with new freedoms, living arrangements, relationships, responsibilities and stress. Parents ... mental health. If you are concerned your child may be thinking of suicide: • Be ... read more

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Is bullying worse than child abuse when it comes to mental health?

The researchers then assessed the children for mental health ... parents how to manage their own difficult feelings could be beneficial. Schools should make it easy for kids to report bullying and to ... read more


Kent County schools new campaign targets chronic absenteeism

Godfrey-Lee Superintendent Kevin Polston said parents care deeply about their kids but often have no idea of the negative effects being absent a day or two month can have on their ... due to mental he... read more

Jackie MacMullan on Kevin Love Paul Pierce and state of mental health in NBA

Each day this week, we'll have a new story ... Marymount's School of Education's Counseling program, says mental health is "a human issue, not a basketball issue." His goal is to not only destigmatize ... read more

Difficult, But Essential Conversations: Talking with Kids about Suicide

Tips for parents, families and teachers include: Do not wait for a crisis. A good opportunity to talk about suicide or mental health issues is when things are going well. Check in regularly and ask yo... read more

Follow teachers’ tips to help kids prepare for school

Be supportive, parents. A new teacher ... day. Ask what their high point and their low point was, not just “How was your day?” or “What did you do at school today?” You’ll get more information, and yo... read more

Transitioning back to a school schedule for 'tweens and teens

“The back-to-school shopping for notebooks, pencils and sticky notes. Anything that feels like school. Even shopping for a new lunch box or containers for snacks. There is a huge mental ... parents to ... read more

Escape from Mayo Clinic: Parents break teen out of world-famous hospital

Alyssa Gilderhus, 18 and a senior in high school ... for her "because Amber has mental health issues." The social worker also told police she "understood there was no formal diagnosis" for Amber. Ambe... read more

The New York Times

“Untreated, unrecognized parental depression can lead to negative consequences for kids,” he said, ranging from poor school ... their parents, why aren’t we better at asking? As a pediatrician, I tend ... read more



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