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Children’s Mental Health

There is a growing need for student and child mental health services.

To address this need, we’ve collected helpful mental health resources for students and children. Here you can find answers to common questions and mental health tips.

Coping skills for children

Children can be emotional and unpredictable. Sometimes, when children are confronted with new challenges or unfamiliar feelings, they may have difficulty coping with their emotions. Teaching coping skills to your children can go a long way in helping them overcome negative feelings.

Mental health tips for students

Emotional issues are more common than you think, especially in young adults that are in college or transitional periods of their lives. A few common emotional issues that affect young adults are depression, anxiety, and stress. Below are a few resources that can help you and your student navigate various mental health issues.

    Symptoms of mental illness in children

    It’s not unusual for children to feel sad, angry or moody for short periods of time. However, when those feelings last longer than two weeks and interfere with daily activities, that child may be showing signs of something more.

    Talking to children about substance abuse

    If alcohol or drug addiction runs in your family, experts suggest talking to your children about it no later than the pre-teen or early teen years. The fact that your child has a greater risk for developing a substance abuse problem is serious and should be discussed before they discover these substances on their own. The resources below will help you start the conversation about substance abuse with your children.

    Symptoms of mental illness in children

    It’s not unusual for children to feel sad, angry or moody for short periods of time. However, when those feelings last longer than two weeks and interfere with daily activities, that child may be showing signs of something more.

    Talking to children about substance abuse

    If alcohol or drug addiction runs in your family, experts suggest talking to your children about it no later than the pre-teen or early teen years. The fact that your child has a greater risk for developing a substance abuse problem is serious and should be discussed before they discover these substances on their own. The resources below will help you start the conversation about substance abuse with your children.

    A therapist can help you care for your family’s mental health.

    Inspire Counseling Center offers a wide range of behavioral health services in Central Florida, Tennessee, and Indiana.