Parenting Perspectives on Supporting Teen Mental Health Resources
Thank you for attending Families for Depression Awareness’ Parenting Perspectives on Supporting Teen Mental Health event! This page directs you to the educational resources mentioned by staff and Parent Speakers during the program.
There is a wealth of information available! We recommend bookmarking this page in your web browser so that you may refer back to it as needed.
Please contact us if you have any questions about the information shared here.
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There’s no manual for parenting, but we can help one another! The Parenting Perspectives on Supporting Teen Mental Health Network is here for you. Come connect with other parents so you can get and give support.
Address Your Stress First
Parents often don’t realize how much stress they are holding. This test helps you understand the level of stress you’re carrying and strategies to help you manage.
Help a Teen
Are you worried about a teen in your life? Visit this page for a broad overview of resources to support you in your role. Knowledge is power!
Tip Sheet for Parents
Looking for a quick reference sheet packed with parenting tips on supporting teen mental health? This two-page Tip Sheet was created with input by parents for parents!
Finding the right treatment team to support you and your child takes time and patience. There are many tools and databases that can help you in your search.
Questions for the Clinician
There are so many elements to consider when looking for a new provider for a teen. We put together a list of questions to help you in your search.
Family Action Plan
Need help making a plan to support your teen? Download our Making An Action Plan template and watch our how-to video as a guide.
- Ways You Can Encourage and Support Teen Wellness
- Teaching Teens (and yourself) Strategies for Coping with Stress
- For Black Mental Health, We Must Dismantle Racism
- I Didn’t Like That! Tips for Ditching Resentment While Working with Therapists
- Let’s Talk About Loneliness and Young Adult Mental Health
- Boring But Necessary — Caregiver Self Care