Mass General’s Clay Center for Young Health Minds will provide practical and engaging guidance to support the mental, emotional and behavioral well-being of children, teens and young adults.
Mass General event draws group dedicated to improving mental health care and furthering research.
Mass General provides tips for beating stress as the return to work or school, or even just fewer hours of daylight, can leave people feeling more anxious.
The Think:Kids program trains parents, teachers, psychologists, correctional officers and other professionals to help children with emotional, social, and behavioral challenges build problem solving skills to succeed.
With help from Mass General, the GE Foundation and the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers are collaborating to train and support clinicians who treat patients with substance use disorders.
A Mass General researcher discusses the bullying of LGBT students, its long-term impact and what parents can do.
A psychologist questions whether increased academic demands and changes in classroom style are contributing to rising ADHD rates.
Parents can help teens identify when they feel overwhelmed and teach them mind-body exercises to help alleviate stress.
A Mass General researcher is working to learn more about the traumatic brain injuries suffered by women in abusive relationships.
A Mass General psychologist explains how cognitive behavioral therapy can help patients cope with anxiety.