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Psychologist warns against kids spending too much time on electronic devices

January 22, 2018

December 27, 2017 | By Denise Zarrella Listen up gamers: the World Health Organization is looking to add “gaming disorder” to its lists of diseases. Some experts are looking at whether playing video games for hours on end is actually a mental health problem. Psychologists like Dr. Carolyn Ievers-Landis, of University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and more »

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11 Signs That Your Child May Need a Therapist

All kids have emotional ups and downs: periods of moodiness, trouble with friends, dips in academic performance. But how do you know if your child is struggling with something more serious? And when should you seek professional help? Some struggles are normal “Some moodiness, anxiety, and social and school difficulties are expected as kids grow up,” says psychologist more »

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People With Serious Mental Illness Remain Priced Out Of Housing

January 5, 2018

12/20/2017 | NAMI “Having a stable place to live is the most important part of my recovery and stabilizing my mental health. It has allowed me to gain strength and knowledge on my disorder and get it under control knowing that my basic needs were met and stable too. Having housing has allowed me to be more »

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Celebrate The Anniversary Of Mental Health Reform

12/13/2017 | NAMI Today is the one-year anniversary of when the 21st Century Cures Act was signed into law. It’s the perfect time to celebrate the power of NAMI’s collective advocacy. Real change happens for our cause when we work together at the local, state and national level. Here are just a few highlights of changes made since more »

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Mental Health Deserves Equal Treatment

December 8, 2017

November 11, 2017 | The data is in: the inequities for people seeking mental health care are real. On November 30, NAMI released its third nationwide parity report, The Doctor is Out. The report found that, despite the federal parity law, people lack the same access to mental health providers as they have for more »

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