Articles, podcasts, research and videos from the Joon team and guest contributors about youth and young adult mental health.
Catastrophic thinking refers to thinking about the worst-case scenarios for a given situation. Learn about what causes it and skills to help reduce it.
It can be hard to talk about mental health needs. Learn about ways to talk with your parents and ask them about starting therapy.
When you’re experiencing strong emotions, it’s important to know how to manage them. Learn about ABC PLEASE to help you change your emotions.
A mental health safety plan is crucial if you or someone you know is experiencing thoughts of self-harm. Learn how to create one and see an example here.
Moving away from home for the first time can bring lots of emotions and big changes. Check out our article on what to expect and tips for moving away from home.
Anxiety is a common experience for both teens and adults and can lead to significant distress. Learn about the anxiety cycle and how to break it.
Joon psychologists help you understand what verbal bullying is, why it happens, and what to do if you are a victim or verbal bully, for both parents and teens.
Mindfulness has proven mental health benefits for teens. Learn more about it in this article, which includes 5 mindfulness practices to try at home now.
Learn what Radical Acceptance is, how to practice it, when to use it, and how acceptance can lead to more peace in a distressing world.
It can be hard to know where to turn for mental health support. Here are some free mental health resources to help you get started.
Is this normal or “more than moody?” This article will help you learn when extreme moods could mean teenage borderline personality disorder.