Reading Time: 5 minutes Can teens get addicted to Fortnite? Fortnite is an online video game, released in 2017 by Epic Games, that has multiple playing modes. The most popular mode is the Fortnite […]
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Reading Time: 4 minutes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of talk therapy used across the recovery spectrum. Therapists or psychologists use CBT treatment to help patients become aware of irrational or negative […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Parenting teenagers can be difficult and challenging at times. This is especially the case when there is history of mental health issues within the family. What triggers teen depression, and […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes With families home during this period, it is an opportunity to tune into your children’s well-being, supporting teens through any issues they have.
Reading Time: 5 minutes For the parent of a teenager, it is essential to learn the critical warning signs of teen suicide risk and teen suicidal behaviors. By knowing this valuable information, a parent […]
Reading Time: 6 minutes Why is loneliness in young adults so prevalent today? Recent research shows that experiencing loneliness in your 20s is near the top of the list of challenges for both Generation Z and millennials. Despite all the […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes Vaping has become more and more popular among teens and adults. First advertised as a safe substitute for smoking, vaping has since rapidly grown in popularity. Moreover, vaping is used […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes Reckless behavior in teens isn’t unusual. Because the adolescent brain isn’t fully developed until a person’s mid-20s, teens often lack the ability to make informed, impulse-free decisions. And that can […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes Vicarious traumatization is a specific form of trauma that is caused by secondhand exposure to traumatic events. Hence, simply hearing about or watching footage of such an event can catalyze […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes As the weeks of social distancing continue, is your teen’s behavior leaving you feeling annoyed, confused, or worried? If so, it’s no surprise. This is a stressful and challenging time […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes Practicing physical distancing means that teens aren’t able to interact in real life with friends and peers. Their normal routines of school, sports, and/or extracurricular activities have been disrupted, and—like […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes With families home during this period, it is an opportunity to tune into your children’s well-being, supporting teens through any issues they have.
Reading Time: 3 minutes During times of immense stress and anxiety like we’re experiencing now, it’s hard to find the motivation for self-care. We might feel the urge to curl up in a ball […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s not just nonprofit organizations that are launching mental health awareness campaigns these days. Big companies are getting in on the act, too. Brands that are popular with teens, like […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Teen cyberbullying coincides with the technological advancements of the 21st century. Social media and other online forums provide ways for teens to bully peers without face-to-face repercussions. While such bullying […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes For years, in professional and public circles, debate has been ongoing regarding the relationship between schizophrenia and marijuana. Given the widespread legalization of marijuana in the United States and the […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes Washington State is known for its booming tech industry, natural beauty, and environmentally friendly policies. But when it comes to Washington State mental health rankings, statistics show that teens […]
Reading Time: 7 minutes The term “helicopter parenting” describes parents who are overinvolved in their children’s lives. They hover close by, and swoop down to help at the first sign of trouble. The phrase […]