1. Essential Information for Parents Concerning Childhood Psychosis

    Psychosis is a disconnection from reality, the two main symptoms being delusions and hallucinations. Delusions are a thought disorder, an unshakeable belief that people hold even though they are untrue and not based in reality. Hallucinations are incorrect sensory perceptions which include when people hear, see, smell, taste, or feel things that are not really there. For example, a person with psy…Read More

  2. The Aftermath of the Pandemic: Navigating the Surge in Teenage Depression and Suicide

    Depression in teens- especially teen girls- is on the rise. Teen girls are about 3 times as likely to have experienced depression recently than teen boys, according to the Pew Research Center. Some people theorize this could be because of the increasing popularity and usage of social media, which impacts the mental health of girls greater than boys, according to a 2019 study from The University of…Read More