An FAQ about this organization dedicated to raising mental health awareness among college students.
Adolescent Mental Health
Articles on peer pressure, self-esteem, bullying, and other aspects of adolescence.
Learn what counselling does, what kinds of counsellors there are, why use a counsellor, and different types of counselling.
Crossroads to Recovery
Provides insight to teens and young adults who are suffering from depression, suicidal thoughts and self injury. Get advice or come support others.
Dealing With Feelings
Confused, sad, mad, glad? Learn about these emotions and how to deal with them.
For Kids and Teens
Articles on dealing with a depressed parent, dealing with bullies, social phobia, and anxiety.
Going to a Psychologist, Psychiatrist, or Therapist
What's it like to go to a psychologist, psychiatrist, or therapist? Learn why kids go and what kinds of things they do when they're there.
Meet Moozie the Cow and learn about kindness. Play games and puzzles, color pages or share a picture, help Moozie write a story, and see pictures of the farm.
Tells what nightmares are, why people have them, and what to do about them.
Out on a Limb: A Guide to Getting Along
It's not easy to get along. Help Maria and her friends solve their problems peacefully.
Find out what high and low self-esteem look like. Learn how people get low self-esteem and what to do.
Offers a free and confidential advisory service for young people ages 10 to 25, in several locations throughout Northamptonshire, United Kingdom.
Talking About Your Feelings
Learn ways to talk to parents and other adults about how you feel.
The Story on Self-Esteem
Explains why self-esteem is so important, how kids get it, and what kids who have low self-esteem can do.
Welcoming a New Baby Into Your Family
Tells what to expect before the baby comes, who this new person is, and what happens when the baby comes home.
What Kids Say About: Worrying
Find out what worry means and the top eight things kids ages 9 to 13 worry about.
What Kids Who Are Moving Should Do
Moving isn't easy for anyone. Scared, excited, and angry are just a few of the feelings kids may have about moving.
What's Normal?: Overcoming Obstacles and Stereotypes
Companion to the PBS broadcast explores the meaning of "normal" by introducing stories of teens who live with social or physical challenges and work to defy stereotypes.
Why Do We Get Nervous?
Explains why kids feel anxious sometimes and tells what a phobia is.