For decades, pop culture has portrayed rebellion as practically a right of passage for young adults. You can probably think back to a time (or two!) when your younger self did something that would make your current parent self cringe.

Unfortunately, given the times in which we now find ourselves, a little seemingly innocent rebellion carries the potential for devastating consequences.

That’s why we’re here to equip you with tips on how to get your teen to understand and buy-in to the shelter-in-place orders, in addition to guidance on what to do if you think your child is struggling with mental health or substance use.

Crisis Directory

If you’re in crisis and need help or support, see the resources below. Suicide Prevention Hotline Call: …

Self-Care Tips for Parents

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Relaxation Techniques

By Brandi Bellamy, AMFT, PPS “Just relax” are two words that sound so simple, but in …
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