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Monthly Wellbeing Tip
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February mental health focus: Stress in Children and Teens
Amidst their busy lives, adults may sometimes miss signs that their child is severely stressed. What resembles physical discomfort could be a stress reaction that a child doesn’t have the emotional vocabulary to express. Behavioral symptoms of stress in adolescents can include irritability or moodiness, withdrawing from activities, clinging to a parent or teacher or displaying newly aggressive or stubborn behavior.Learn More
Social wellbeing: How to help your teen manage conflict
The middle school and high school years can be challenging for kids --and parents too. Kids are dealing with changing bodies, the need to fit in-- plus conflicts at school, bullying, and social media drama. When your child experiences conflict, here are 5 tips that might help.Learn More
Supporting a Child who has a Mental Health Condition
A mental health condition can make it harder for your child to manage their feelings and behaviors. They may struggle with things like doing schoolwork, making friends, or getting along with their siblings. This can be very stressful for your child and for you. But there are some things you can do to help.Learn More
Monthly Article: Protecting Youth Mental Health
The pandemic, violence at school and social media toxicity have had an impact on young people. It has affected their mental wellbeing. Poor mental health can impact their school experience, their grades, decision-making, relationships and overall health and safety. Youth are reporting a higher incidence of mental health problems than ever before.Learn More
BetterHelp is the largest online counseling service providing an alternative form of traditional, in-person counseling. Call EAP or visit BetterHelp.com/Magellan to get started with BetterHelp before downloading the app.