Warning Signs of Suicide and Ways to Get Help
Studies suggest that the majority of people who die by suicide give warning signs beforehand, but they're not always obvious. Learn what these signs look like in teens and how to get them the help that they need.
As rates of suicidal youth increase, doctors look at influence of school, internet
An increasingly stressful environment and unfiltered access to information could be dramatically boosting the number of teens and children hospitalized for suicidal thoughts or actions. A recent study found that children’s
Teens suffering in silence with mental health issues fight back
The pressure of being a kid is taking more and more teenagers and preteens down a dark path. Children are dealing with anxiety, depression, and having thoughts of suicide. Doctors
Local preschool helps families impacted by heroin
A local preschool focuses on children who have been severely abused and neglected. Nearly half of its students have been exposed to a parent’s substance abuse. As the heroin epidemic
Detecting the language of suicide: There’s an app for that
Suicide remains the third leading cause of death in children between 10 and 14, and is second among people between 15 and 35. Every 14 minutes someone commits suicide. Enter John Pestian,
Promising Research to Identify Risk Factors for School Violence
Our researchers piloted a promising study to help identify students who may be at-risk for school violence.
Interviews Could Help Prevent School Shootings
A brief summary and media link to article about a study by Dr. Drew Barzman that shows interviews could help prevent school shootings.
Tips for Teaching Resiliency in Kids
Because resiliency is crucial to kids' future success, one of our psychologists explains how parents can help foster this important life skill.
How ‘Patiently Made’ Has Brought Us Closer Together
This is my and my daughter’s second year participating in Patiently Made, and we love it. Patiently Made started last year as a way to have patients, staff and members
How ‘Patiently Made’ Was Born
It was spring of 2013, and it started out like any other second Thursday of the month. The Patient and Family Advisory Council gathered to discuss the usual things, like