If you are worried about your child’s mental health or emotional well-being, you are not alone. More than 150 organizations led by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Children’s Hospital Association are sounding the alarm for kid’s mental health.
The good news in this world of worry is that there are things you can do to help:
If you are concerned about your child’s mood or behavior, if you think you are seeing signs of emotional distress in any way, talk to your child’s teacher, school counselor or pediatrician. It isn’t unusual that some kids keep it together during the day at school and show their distress once at home. Trust your gut and keep asking for help until you get it. For more information
Watch our class from May 11, 2022 12 PM EDT for Mental Health Essentials for Parents: Knowledge and Skills to Support Your Child.
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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