Articles, podcasts, research and videos from the Joon team and guest contributors about youth and young adult mental health.
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.
For high school students, developing effective coping skills is necessary to improve mental health and increase resiliency.
Clinical psychologist, Katey Nicolai PhD, answers common mental health questions about finding the right therapist, supporting others with mental health challenges, and coping with a diagnosis.
Clinical psychologist, Katey Nicolai PhD, answers common mental health questions about depression, seasonal depression, public anxiety and trouble sleeping.
Therapy is a way to discuss mental health challenges and develop strategies to reach your goals. There are many misconceptions, but here is what therapy is really like.
The teen and adolescent years can be very overwhelming. Therapy is extremely common and can be helpful for depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns.
Suicide has become one of the leading causes of death in teens and young adults. Advice on how to address these challenges for yourself and how to help others.
As students transition to college, they face a variety of mental health challenges that come with a new environment and more independence. Here are 10 ways students can strengthen their mental health.
Joon Care is excited to announce our new Stress Management Program for teens and young adults. Learn more and sign up for our next group.
For the LGBTQ+ community, June is Pride Month, a time for celebrating and affirming diverse gender and sexual identities.
Our phones feel like an easy way to find relief and connection with others, but these attempts can actually make us lonelier and more depressed.