Category: Getting Help

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Teen Dating Violence

According to the 2021 National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey “over 71% of women and over 55% of men …

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Understanding Self-Harm and the Difference with Suicidal Ideation or Attempts

Understanding Self-Harm and the Difference with Suicidal Ideation/Attempts

While self-harm can be scary and must be treated, it is very different from suicidal ideation and attempts. Parents need …

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How Coaches Can Protect Athletes’ Mental Health

How Coaches Can Protect Athletes’ Mental Health

Coaches have a unique relationship with their athletes. They are in a great position to gauge how a child is …

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Screening Tools And Warning Signs of Children’s Mental Illness

Screening Tools & Warning Signs of Children’s Mental Illness

As a parent, how do you know when your child experiences a mental illness? Can you use a screening tool …

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How to Make the Most of Psychiatric Care When It’s Virtual

How to Make the Most of Psychiatric Care When It’s Virtual

Because of COVID-19 precautions, most visits to psychiatrists have become virtual. Dr. Lizmarie Gonzalez-Vega, Medical Director at Clarity Child Guidance …

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Quick Reference Guide Military Health Insurance For Children’s Mental Health

Quick Reference Guide: Military Health Insurance For Children’s Mental Health

When a child is in need of mental health services, understanding health insurance benefits and processes is an important part …

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Social Isolation In Children At Home Or At School What You Can Do To Help

Social Isolation In Children At Home Or At School: What You Can Do To Help

Humans are wired to be communal and connected with others. So when we become socially isolated from others, it can …

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Key signs of mental illness in children and teens

Key signs of mental illness in children and teens

Everyone has an off day now and again. All of us experience moments in time when we’re feeling sad, angry, …

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Finding Treatment for the New Kid on Base

Finding Treatment for the New Kid on Base

As a military professional, you’re used to moving, but relocating with a special needs child can be a complex process. …

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A Parents Guide To Early Intervention For Psychosis In Children

A Parent’s Guide To Early Intervention For Psychosis In Children

Has your child been acting differently lately? Did they used to be organized, outgoing, and actively involved in class and …

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