The three eBooks on child mental health are 5 Things Every Child Needs for Good Mental Health, Quick Assessment: Does My Child or Teen Need Professional Help?, and The 3 Types of Mental and Behavioral Health Treatment for Children and Teens.
Is your child’s behavior typical? Do you praise your child far more frequently than you discipline him or her? Learn how to address challenging behaviors.
Mental health is important at every stage of life. The early years are the best time for parents & caregivers to start building a child’s mental health.
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris was recently interviewed by Mother Jones, a nonprofit news organization, to discuss the developmental and physiological effects that the opioid epidemic is having on children.
The U.S. foster care system is complex and can be confusing to understand. Here are five things you need to know, plus ideas for getting involved.
The economy, national tragedies, technology and social media are impacting young people’s development, creating a rise in teen depression and anxiety.
Showing interest and participating in your child’s hobbies and activities can deepen your bond, build self-esteem and open up communication.
Struggling to get your kids to listen is a common frustration felt among parents everywhere, but luckily, there is a solution.
Children who know what it takes to succeed in school are better prepared to succeed in the future when applying for college or pursuing a career.
Asking these five key questions can help parents stay informed of their child’s whereabouts, activities, interactions and behaviors.