Are you concerned about your child or teen’s mental health?
Wondering how you can really help?
Do you question how well mental health providers respect culture and ethnicity?
Some are declaring a “pediatric mental health emergency” because so many parents are showing up in hospital emergency rooms with fears about kids’ emotional issues. Many parents are not sure where to turn and wonder what is best for their struggling children and teens during these challenging times. World Mental Health Day is Sunday, October 10th. The theme is “Mental health for all – let’s make it a reality.” Our panel of Peace At Home clinicians will answer your questions about mental health and help you think about how to integrate your culture and ethnicity into the treatment process. Our expert Catina Caban-Owen will be available to answer questions in Spanish.
For more parenting support, please join us for an Upcoming Live Class or browse our Catalog of Recorded Content including Quick Video Solution Libraries with handouts. Questions? Email us at Solutions@Peaceathomeparenting.com
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