Nearly Half of The Millions of Mentally Ill US Teens go Untreated
22February

Nearly Half of The Millions of Mentally Ill US Teens go...

By Cristo Rogers

Nearly 1 in 7 US kids and teens has a mental health condition, half of which go untreated, study says For those who remain unaware of the US’s growing epidemic issues regarding mental health, hopefully, this article will serve as a w

Potentially Groundbreaking Depression Medication Soon to be Approved
22February

Potentially Groundbreaking Depression Medication Soon to...

By Cristo Rogers

The Holy Grail of Psychiatric Medicine May Finally Be Here As Michael A. Ellis hypothetically phrases it in his Psychology Today Article, “the Holy Grail of Psychiatry” would be to develop a depression medication that works in

New Study Finds Screen Time Can Delay Crucial Development in Young Children
20February

New Study Finds Screen Time Can Delay Crucial Development...

By Cristo Rogers

Rare Study Finds That Detrimental Effects of Screen Time is Not Limited to Older Children As parents could have probably already have surmised from their own, personal experience, too much screen time on any device can have a detrimental e

Animal Assisted Therapy for Depressed Troubled Teens
14June

Animal Assisted Therapy for Depressed Troubled Teens

As it stands, teenage depression is a real issue in America. Coming into 2018, the third leading cause of death among young people (ages 15-24) is suicide. With just over 20% of all American teens suffering from depression and 10 to 15% of

Adolescent Programs that Treat Self Harm
13June

Adolescent Programs that Treat Self Harm

Adolescent Programs that Treat Self-Harm I can tell you from parenting experience that finding out your child is cutting herself is one of the scariest and confusing of life’s few earth-shaking wakeup calls. Your child is causing her

Decision Making and Education Policy Making
12April

Decision Making and Education Policy Making

By Brad Matheson, MBA

Education Policy is an Instrument for Social-Cultural Change "How do education policymakers make their decisions, and how might educational psychologists best engage with education policymakers to influence their decision-making process?

Fed Up Vermont Says Hub and Spoke is a Flawed Approach to Opioid Addiction
12April

Fed Up Vermont Says Hub and Spoke is a Flawed Approach to...

By Brad Matheson, MBA

Fed Up Vermont Says Hub and Spoke is a Flawed Approach to Opioid Addiction Editor’s note: This commentary is by Wendy Galbraith of Manchester, Geri Gilmore of Arlington, Jo Lambling of Manchester Center, and Gretchen Lima of Dorset,

How One Community Gets Behind Children With Special Needs
10April

How One Community Gets Behind Children With Special Needs

By Craig Rogers

This Community Has It's Act Together and Serving Special Needs Children and Families “Not another moment lost to seizures” is the tagline for the Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego County. Every summer, the foundation sponsors Ca