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Every year for as long as I can remember, I went to the pediatrician’s office around my birthday for my yearly checkup. I received vaccinations, had my height and weight recorded, and completed the standard routine of a physical. Around the time I turned thirteen, I started filling out a … More Mental Health Care For Children and Adolescents
Through this website, I had the goal of addressing issues that often divide us due to our limited scope of the world—thus, I focused on identity based around religion, occupation, etc. However, I realized that beyond learning, we also need to be understood, to have common ground with others, as … More My Quarantine Mental Health
Hidden Valley Road follows a family in which six out of twelve children are diagnosed with schizophrenia. The book follows the evolution of treatment for mental illness, from Freudian teachings to the biological and genetic basis, and demonstrates how much further we still must come to effectively help those afflicted.