Motivating Mental Health Awareness in Schools

By identifying the warning signs of mental health conditions and providing mental health support, schools can help at-risk students seek mental health care.

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How to Set Healthy Boundaries

Boundaries are defined as, "a line that marks the limit of an area." But how can you determine and communicate what your personal lines are? Doing so is a key part of mental wellbeing and resiliency. Here are some tips on how to define and present your boundaries in all types of relationships.

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National Transgender Awareness Week

This week is the annual Trans Awareness Week––a time to “raise the visibility about transgender people and address issues members of the community face.” One of the most serious issues currently facing the trans community (and the LGBTQIA+ community more broadly) is the pervasiveness of mental health disparities between trans and non-trans (or cisgender) people.

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Addressing Mental Health Disparities Among Native Youth

November is National Native American Heritage Month. According to the White House, the aim of the month is to “honor the influence [American Indians and Alaskan Natives] have had on the advancement of our Nation, and recommit ourselves to upholding trust and treaty responsibilities, strengthening Tribal sovereignty, and advancing Tribal self-determination.”

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6 Tips for Parents of Teens in Intensive Outpatient Programs

Tips for parents who may have teenagers involved in an intensive outpatient program. Understand more about IOP and how to work through the program with your teenager.

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How Intensive Outpatient Programs Help Combat Teenage Depression

Teenage years can be incredibly challenging. Intensive outpatient programs are beneficial when coping with teenage depression and other mental health disorders.

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Adolescent Mental Health: A National Emergency

A National State of Emergency in Child and Adolescent Mental Health was declared last week by a consortium of leading medical professionals, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and the Children’s Hospital Association. In a series of stark findings and vehement recommendations for policymakers, the group of mental health providers cited the reasons for their declaration as “soaring rates of depression, anxiety, trauma, loneliness, and suicidality that will have lasting impacts on [youth], their families, and their communities.”

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What is Gender Dysphoria?

Gender dysphoria is defined as “the disconnect between experienced gender and assigned gender,” according to the Child Mind Institute. Simply put, gender dysphoria is the cognitive dissonance that occurs when someone doesn’t identify with the gender they were assigned at birth.

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5 Ways For Parents To Tell Their Kids That It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For many of us, kids especially, we associate breast cancer awareness with pink ribbons, community 5k walks and runs, and a powerful sea of women, moms, and families proudly standing up and advocating for visibility for this disease.

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Empowering Teens With Self Care

Self-care is an essential aspect of everyday life, especially when it comes to your mental health. Read more about how self-care can assist in empowering your teens.

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Helping Your Teen Cope: Pandemic Parenting

Teens are experiencing more emotions than ever during the Covid-19 pandemic. Charlie Health can provide advice for parents who are seeking out help during Covid.

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Ways To Practice Self-Care as a Teen

Between balancing school, family life, social life, and extracurriculars, it's easy to let caring for yourself fall by the wayside. Sometimes, we get so busy that we overlook our own needs, which can leave us feeling drained, stressed, and overwhelmed.

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September Is Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month

September is National Suicide Prevention Month and here at Charlie Health, our goal is to dramatically reduce the skyrocketing rates of youth suicide and suicidal ideation in America. To highlight information and provide resources this month, keep reading to learn more about suicide, its warning signs, how to prevent it, and how to seek treatment. 

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