Do you have a teen who faces mental health challenges?
Do you know what signs to look for that may indicate that mental health needs to be assessed and addressed? Guest Cheryl Cardall addresses these topics and more as she guides you through what steps to take to stand for and with your children and teens to advocate for their mental health needs.
Children and teens today are facing anxiety, depression, and suicide ideation more than ever before, and there are many ways we can assist them.
In this episode, Cheryl discusses how the best way we can be an advocate for our children is to accept that we need to focus on this (mental health challenges) and that there is nothing to be ashamed of.
Cheryl reminds us that parents are the most important part of the support team and she provides insight on how to proactively fill this role.
Listen to the full episode to get critical information about mental health, a pat on the back for all you are doing as parents, and support from Cheryl and the community of hope and resources that she has built.