- Video #1: Talking with Your Teen About Mental Health
Mental health issues are one of the most common health challenges today. Parents are encouraged to have an open discussion with their children.
- Video #2: Promoting Mental Wellness
Every parent wants their child to be healthy, both physically and mentally. This video discusses some tips for raising emotionally healthy children.
- Video #3: Risk and Protective Factors for Mental Illness
A discussion of the risks that may lead to mental illnesses and how to reduce some of these risks.
Parenting Your Teenager: Teens and Mental health
Mental health of teens is a prominent concern in our busy world. In this video series, we offer some suggestions for discussing mental health and wellness and some of the factors that contribute to mental illnesses in youth. We also offer some guidance to parents to recognize signs of mental illness and seek supports. It’s a challenge we're glad to help you with.
- Video #4: Recognizing the Signs of Mental Illness
Mental illnesses are disorders which may cause serious disturbances in thinking, emotions and behavior. Recognize when you should seek more information.
- Video #5: Getting Help for Mental Health Concerns
Mental health concerns affect more than 1 in 5 children in Ontario. It is important to seek help early.
- Video #6: How to Support your Child When They've Been Diagnosed with a Mental Illness
Tips to help support you, your teen and your family after a mental illness has been diagnosed.
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Last modified on: March 2, 2016