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Mental health literacy is the ability to prevent, recognize and cope with mental health conditions.

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health disorders were the most common diseases of childhood. Some are even declaring a pediatric mental health emergency. Whether your child is doing fine and you want to prevent future mental health issues, your child just doesn’t seem like their usual self, or your child has actually declared suicidal thoughts, you can help

“The parent-child relationship is the most powerful mental health intervention known to humankind.”  – Bessel van de Kolk

In an era of heightened mental health challenges among children and adolescents, this library serves as a powerful resource for parents seeking to nurture their child’s overall well-being. Grounded in the profound impact of the parent-child relationship, this collection empowers you with the knowledge and strategies to foster a positive, mentally-healthy environment in your family. Gain insights into recognizing early signs of distress, understanding the interplay between your mental health and your child’s, and implementing proactive approaches to promote emotional resilience.

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Disclaimer: Information shared by Peace at Home Parenting teachers is not intended as a replacement for clinical mental health services. Your pediatrician can suggest clinical services or if your child is in crisis, go to your nearest hospital emergency room, call 911 or call 988 the US Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.

After this library, you will be able to:

  • Identify and apply relationship-building techniques and daily habits that support your child’s positive mental health.
  • Understand the impact of your mental health on your child’s development and acquire tools to maintain your own emotional well-being.
  • Recognize potential warning signs or behavioral changes that may indicate a need for additional mental health support for your child or adolescent.
  • Respond to your child’s emotional needs with empathy, compassion, and appropriate interventions, fostering a safe and supportive environment.
  • Develop mental health literacy, enabling you to prevent, recognize, and effectively cope with mental health conditions within your family.

Meet your Instructors

Ruth Freeman

Mental Health, School Age, Relationships,


Denise Parent

Mental Health, Depression, Anxiety,


Aaron Weintraub

Autism, Anxiety, ADHD,

MS, Curriculum Advisor

Kimberly Barton

Medical Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD,



  • communication
  • emotions
  • Health/Wellness
  • mental health
  • Neurodiversity (ADHD/ASD)

Age Category

  • All, Mental Health Essentials
  • School Age
  • Teens & Young Adults
  • Toddlers & Preschoolers
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