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Returning to the Classroom: Six Ways to Prepare For a Successful Transition

With the publication of the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on opening schools safely, and updated safety guidance regarding the COVID-19 Delta variant, many educational institutions around the country are beginning to open for in-person instruction, if they haven’t opened already. This news comes as a relief for some parents who’ve […]

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DBT Residential Treatment For Teens

How Residential DBT Treatment Helps Adolescents In the 1980s, Dr. Marsha Linehan worked with adolescents with various mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, and others. She discovered that among adolescent patients who displayed high emotional reactivity, extreme moods, and unpredictable behavior, typical treatment – such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) […]

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Inpatient Treatment for Adolescent Depression

When Do Teens Need Inpatient Treatment for Depression? There are two types of inpatient treatment for adolescent depression: residential treatment and inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. Both types of inpatient treatment support teens with severe depression characterized by extremely painful, difficult, disruptive, and debilitating behavioral and emotional symptoms. Clinicians describe this level of depression with the term […]

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Terminology Guide : Teen Rehab Centers

What’s the Difference Between a Mental Health Treatment Center and a Teen Rehab Center? When your teenager has a mental health disorder, a behavioral disorder, or an addiction disorder – i.e., an alcohol use disorder or a substance use disorder – you often find terms and phrases online that seem to mean the same thing. […]

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September is National Suicide Prevention Month: #BeThe1To

Each year during the month of September, mental health professionals, community advocates, and organizations like the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) work to raise awareness about the growing prevalence of suicide in the U.S. and around the world. Their collective efforts are known as National Suicide Prevention Month. […]

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