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Posts Tagged ‘children’s mental health’

Mental Health Nurses Candidly Describe Their Motivations for Helping Children and Teens

Nurses at KVC share their passion for helping children and teens overcome struggles with their behavioral and mental health.

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About Social Workers & The Stories That Shape Their Careers

March is National Social Work Month and KVC is recognizing the powerful, positive impact our clinical team members and social workers have on their clients and communities! Check out this blog to learn 7 things you didn’t know about social workers and read some inspiring stories from three of our very own team members!

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Fun Family Valentine’s Projects That Help You Bond and Cope With Stressors

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Make new memories by trying one of these family valentine’s projects and learn how arts and crafts can benefit your child’s mental health.

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What to Expect When a Child Discharges From a Children’s Psychiatric Hospital

Read this article to understand how you can continue helping a child after they discharge from a children’s psychiatric hospital.

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Connection First: How A KVC Therapist Created a Safe Space for Healing from Abuse

Catrina, a therapist at KVC’s children’s psychiatric hospital in Kansas City, shares how she helped a young boy heal from trauma. We all need connection.

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How to Support Children’s Mental Health During the Ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic

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COVID-19 is a source of stress and fear in youth. Learn how you can create a positive impact on children’s mental health and help them cope.

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Uncovering the Most Common Mood Disorders in Children

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Learn about the most common mood disorders in children, signs and symptoms, and what to do if you’re worried about your child’s behavior.

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What You Need to Know About the Suicide Prevention Hotline Changing to 988

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The number 988 will become a national suicide prevention hotline to help those experiencing mental distress receive efficient, expert support. Read this blog for everything you need to know.

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Concerned About Your Child’s Behavior? Here’s a Free Mental Health Assessment

Are you concerned about your child? Use this free mental health assessment to determine if your child could benefit from professional help.

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Children’s Mental Health Week: How A Teen Girl Overcame Suicidal Thoughts & Found Hope

Read this moving story about a teen girl who found hope for her future with psychiatric treatment and was able to overcome suicidal thoughts.

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