Helpful techniques for students, parents and educators to manage the stress and frustration of these difficult times
Most adolescents experience positive mental health, but one in five has had a serious mental health disorder at some point in their life. Problems with mental health often start early in life. In fact, half of all mental health problems begin by age 14. The good news is that promoting positive mental health can prevent some problems from starting. For young people who already have mental health disorders, early intervention and treatment can help lessen the impact on their lives.
Mental health disorders can interfere with regular activities and daily functioning, such as relationships, schoolwork, sleeping, and eating. If you feel your child is experiencing a mental health concern talk to your school counselor or nurse, or find additional resources at Mental Health Partners.
If you or your child is experiencing a mental health crisis call: 1-844-493-TALK
As the final hours of in-person learning ticked down last week, two of Boulder Valley School District’s mental health advocates were making a mad dash, trying to visit as many students and staff members as they could
Living through these uncertain and stressful times during this pandemic is a bit like a game of Jenga. With every move, it can feel a bit like everything might just come tumbling down.
That may be why Elementary Counselor Olivia Hyten has taken up the wooden strategy game, virtually, with her students from Monarch PK-8.