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Stories, faculty specialties, degree offerings, and professional development programs on topics spanning youth mental health, the role of school counselors, and family and community wellbeing
A new report shows a strong connection between parent and adolescent mental health, offers prevention strategies for teen anxiety and depression
“What I’m hoping is that you give the students and teachers tools to recalibrate a school climate that’s centered on well-being. All of these little things add up to a shift in climate that’s much more healthy and more positive.”
"Depressed and anxious parents are often wonderful parents despite — and sometimes because of — emotional challenges. But depression and anxiety in parents are linked to academic, emotional, and health problems in teens. This harm can be compounded when both a teen and one or both of their parents are depressed or anxious."
"The largest concern is the implication for high school students, especially students of color. This message potentially, if it’s not mediated by a lot of adults and educators, is going to have a disastrous effect on the college-going aspirations of Black and Latinx students. And then ultimately, that will have an impact on our campuses and on our workforce and our citizenry."
Associate Professor Bianca Baldridge explores the unique impact of learning beyond school
In the wake of the latest school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, a look again at ideas for supporting and strengthening your family and school communities