This Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re prescribing moving.
At AIM’s 2023 Symposium, our Ideas Lab Youth Researchers shared how to address the youth mental health crisis that is growing in the wake of COVID. The bottom line? Youths want “adults to become more considerate of youth mental health” and the nuances of their experience.
When researching communities experiencing youth violence, it may be better to use a community-based participatory research approach and involve youth themselves in creating innovative solutions.
Three tangible coping strategies we learned at AIM’s Mind, Body, Soul event at DOGPOUND Gym: Breathwork, Shadow, and Gratitude.
Sleep expert, Dr. Rafael Pelayo, explains the importance of sleep for mental health and how we can better support sleep in our children.
Self Love: The Key to Healthy Relationships After Trauma.
How you live everyday is how you live your life. Three ways (beyond meditation) to disrupt your routine to embrace a new year’s mindset of mindfulness.
The science of habit formation can help you make and keep resolutions that will improve your mental and physical health.
Four science-backed ways to keep your head on for the holidays: make space for feeling, lean into coping, set boundaries, make space for connection.
If you or your child suffers from depression in the winter months, you may have Seasonal Affective Disorder. Here are some helpful and hopeful ways to cope.