What’s next for mental health

Twain Anderson is a mother looking for a solution that she sees as a crisis, screaming for help for young people’s mental health.

“Our kids are still fighting. From epidemics, to socialization, to the loss of family members due to covid, or to community violence, those things have not been addressed, “said Mrs. Anderson, who spoke in favor of hiring more mental health professionals in her school, Rochester, New York, school district.

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Academics and others are experimenting with new ways to meet students’ mental health needs – or reinventing old techniques.

People across the country are looking for ways to support many children and young adults in America who say they are experiencing stress, anxiety and depression. Losing distance school, closed activities and losing family jobs during an epidemic often changes their lives – and their sense of well-being.

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