The COVID-19 outbreak has left many feeling isolated, especially those with mental illness. Here’s how individuals can maintain their mental health during difficult times.
Trauma can harm children's brain development and ability to manage emotions. Designing a classroom is one way to implement trauma-informed care in school.
College can be overwhelming for many students, who often barely can think about the importance of food and mental health. We asked two experts to discuss the importance of nutrition and mental health in college.
The need for counseling or therapy may be difficult to identify, because mental distress looks and feels different from person to person.
When a child falls sick with a serious illness, parents may set the usual rules and limits aside. But overindulgence can create its own set of challenges. To help families navigate this difficult time, counselors can help parents learn how to comfort their child in healthy ways.
More people are turning online for support and information and technology invariably has its pros and cons to mental health awareness and treatment.
While feeling stress and anxiety is normal in these situations, those with PTSD continue to experience extreme stress and fear even after the event has passed and the individual is no longer in danger.