Articles, podcasts, research and videos from the Joon team and guest contributors about youth and young adult mental health.
This time of year can be extremely stressful for many high school and college students. We are going to talk about ways parents can support students while they are preparing for important exams.
Learn how Joon Care meets or exceeds industry standards for outpatient therapy for adolescent depression and anxiety.
The teenage brain goes through huge changes as it becomes an adult mind. This transformation brings infamous teenage behavior, but by learning the science we can begin to empathize with their journey.
New research explains how our teens' moods impact physical symptoms. Our clinical team provides more information on teen mental health and techniques you can use to improve negative thinking patterns.
This year’s back-to-school season is shaping up to be yet another uniquely-COVID experience for teens and parents. Learn more about the reactions teens are having and how parents can help support.
We've been hard at work expanding our innovative web platform that enables Joon therapists to deliver evidence-based, skills-focused and personalized care to clients. Watch a video tour to learn more.
Communicating with friends online lets teens practice complex social skills that are important for friendship. At the same time, social media is a really bad match for impulse control and self-esteem.
Our phones feel like an easy way to find relief and connection with others. The problem is, our attempts to find connection through social media can actually make us lonelier and more depressed.
Being someone’s confidante can be one of the most rewarding parts of friendship. Yet at times, being someone’s confidante can feel like a pretty big job, and it is ok to know when to get outside help.
Meditation is simply a form of concentration, of being a curious observer of your thoughts without getting tangled in them. Here are 5 ways that teens and young adults can use meditation effectively.
As we finish out 2020, it is important to reflect. Reflection helps teens and young adults understand themselves and their lives better, while avoiding feelings of depression, anxiety and loneliness.