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It Takes a Village to Tackle the Teen Mental Health Crisis

Since 2020, middle school and high school students who are members of the Gonzales, California Youth Council, a parallel city council for the young have created a new mental health strategy for the city and its schools, and secured resources to enact it. In the process, Gonzales teens offered a model of do-it-yourself pandemic response.

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How to Keep Your Son From Killing Someone

In a city resigned to seeing untreated serious mental illness spasm into bursts of violence, the savage killing of emergency responder Alison Russo-Elling in Queens this September escalated a sense of urgency to do something — but what? Clarissa Crader, a devoted caretaker to her son, Justin Campbell, has been trying to figure that out for years.

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Diagnosis by TikTok?

A new paper investigates the accuracy and uptake of TikTok videos about ADHD. Spoiler alert: accuracy is low, uptake is, well, viral. We also look at AI-based linguistic tools to measure thought disorder and – who knew? – the relationship of birth spacing to oppositional defiant disorder (ODD).

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What to Do When the World Is Ending

I am part of a generation that feels, constantly, and even in the most mundane moments, that the world is ending. Almost every article I read these days begins with the same preamble listing all of the overlapping crises, topped off by the…

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A Historic Week for Mental Health

A new look at the extent of mental illness and use of mental health services in children. LGBTQ adults have high rates of adverse childhood experiences. News findings from studies of early psychosis are cautionary in some cases and encouraging in others.

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