Applying to college brings a variety of emotions. Here are 3 ways to help your support your teen through this exciting and stressful time.
Gratitude can soften the blow of pain and suffering. Here are a few activities to help friends and family remember what they are thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Joon Care provides mental health care for teens and young adults that works. The majority of clients with clinical depression or anxiety recover after treatment.
When teens and young adults struggle with their mental health, it can have averse effects on parent's well being.
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.
Kindness towards others has been shown to predict greater happiness, wellbeing, and satisfaction with one's life. Here are 10 ways to spread kindness.
Back to school stress is typical but it is important to recognize and address it. Here's how to know when school stress is presenting itself in your child.
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.
There is a self-confidence crisis among our teens and young adults, 8 in 10 report consistent low self-confidence. These are ways parents can support.
Finals season is extremely stressful for high school and college students. Here are ways parents can support students while they are preparing for exams.
Learn how Joon Care meets or exceeds industry standards for outpatient therapy for adolescent depression and anxiety.
New research explains how our teens' moods impact physical symptoms. Here are techniques you can use to improve negative thinking patterns.
Here is how reflection helps teens and young adults understand themselves and their lives better, while avoiding feelings of depression, anxiety and loneliness.
Gratitude is associated with many positive mental health outcomes, including less depression, anxiety and stronger relationships. Here are ways to incorporate gratitude into your life.
Pandemic fatigue is real. Teens and young adults are tired of it. Here's how we can help support their mental health.
Licensed psychologists and college students discuss mental health strategies for college. Listen to the discussion here.
We surveyed over 500 adolescents and young adults to assess depression symptoms and suicidal thoughts in the first month of the COVID pandemic. The results are striking.
Parents, are you struggling to keep your teen motivated? Are your children spending hours locked in their room or on devices? Video games and Snapchat winning out over schoolwork and chores?
Teens have faced significant losses during this pandemic and are likely experiencing the complex emotion of grief, whether they recognize it or not.
Dr. Amy Mezulis, co-founder of Joon Care, and members of the Joon therapist team share practical tips and resources on how we can support teens and young adults during the COVID-19 crisis.
If you are at least 14 years old and reside in the U.S., you are invited to take part in a research study into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on psychological wellbeing.