Articles, podcasts, research and videos from the Joon team and guest contributors about youth and young adult mental health.
Psychologist Amy Mezulis sits down with Michael MacKelvie of College Guide Pro to discuss the rise in depression among teens and young adults. Here's what parents need to know and how they can help.
We asked students to write about the future role of technology in mental health care and we are happy to announce our winner for 2022!
Speaking about mental health challenges with parents can be a difficult task. Here are common roadblocks you may face and ways to address them.
It's not always easy to speak with our parents about mental health and therapy. Here are three steps to help set up the conversation for success.
Here are 5 effective strategies to make gratitude part of your daily routine. Gratitude is associated with better mental health--from lower anxiety and depression to better sleep and relationships.
Meet our new CEO and learn more about how we're growing our reach and impact and making quality mental health care more accessible for tens of millions of families.
Joon is looking to encourage students pursuing degrees in psychology, social work and mental health related fields by awarding an annual scholarship to support higher education.
With college comes many good and not so good experiences. If students focus on themselves, their values, and their goals, they will be able to handle the highs and lows with ease.
Clinical psychologist, Katey Nicolai PhD, answers common mental health questions about low self-esteem, self-doubt and body dysmorphia, and how to speak to your therapist about these challenges.
Connie shares why she loves working at Joon and how she helps clients achieve great outcomes.
For high school students, developing effective coping skills is necessary to improve mental health and increase resiliency.