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October 19, 2021

How Can Mental Health Treatment Work Better for Black Youth?

To help Black youth overcome mental health challenges, therapists need to better understand their unique challenges and cultural strengths.
young girl with psychosisBlog
August 4, 2021

The RAP Program: Early Intervention for Serious Mental Illness

Prediction, early intervention, and prevention of serious mental illness is becoming possible through New York based Recognition and Prevention (RAP) program. By Sydney Stilwell Severe anxiety fills you with fear…
Irritable ChildBlog
August 3, 2021

Could Targeting Irritability in Kids Improve Their Mental Health?

New studies suggest that personalizing standard psychotherapy treatment may be key to helping highly irritable children get better.
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June 30, 2021

Teens with Severe Depression and Bipolar Disorder Find New Ways of Interacting

A skills-based approach for adolescents experiencing or at-risk for severe depression, bipolar disorder and psychosis.