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do more children struggle with mental illness than ever before?

Posted by Michele Brown on Feb 14, 2017 5:00:00 PM

Few people – if any – would argue that the mental health of our children is not important. Quite the opposite, children’s mental health can have a profound effect not only on their quality of life, but also on the quality of the communities that surround them. A happy, healthy child grows into a happy, healthy adult. Unfortunately, that future isn’t a guarantee for any child, and even less so for children experiencing mental illness.

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Topics: Children's Mental Health, Mental Illness

what causes children's mental illness?

Posted by Mike Hannan on Feb 7, 2017 3:00:00 PM

For parents, it is shocking and distressing to witness the changes in one’s child experiencing a mental health crisis. They wonder: is this my child? Where does this come from? What did I do to cause this?

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Topics: Children's Mental Health, Mental Illness

seasonal affective disorder and the winter blues

Posted by Mike Hannan on Jan 24, 2017 1:00:00 PM

As the nights get longer, the days get colder and the sky clouds over for days at a time, many people – including children – find themselves feeling tired, listless, sad and longing for spring on occasion. And that’s normal. For some though, the feelings are relentless and can be debilitating, affecting our health, our work and our home life. When the winter blues become much more, it’s known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and left untreated, could lead to serious complications.

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Topics: Depression, Mental Illness, Seasonal Affective Disorder