Reopening, School, and Stress: A Guide for Employees with Teens

Are your employees struggling with their kids’ mental health? This is the guide for them.

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Whether teens are experiencing mental health issues on the milder end of the spectrum–such as back-to-everything stress and trouble concentrating–or more severe symptoms such as self-harm or suicidal ideation, parents can benefit from recognizing signs of distress and following up in a way that is supportive and effective in addressing their teens’ mental health needs.

We created this adolescent mental health guidebook for parents. Featuring guidance from expert child mental health clinicians Renee Schneider, PhD, and Katherine McKenna, LCSW, this resource is designed to help the parents in your workforce understand whether their teen needs professional mental health support.

Guide Highlights:

  • What you and your employees should know about adolescent mental health
  • Tips on social media use for teens, including ways to healthily limit and set boundaries for social media use
  • How to promote good mental health habits for your teen