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How to talk to your child about mass shootings and other acts of violence
You see the alert pop up on your phone or the headline on the nightly news about the latest mass shooting. As a parent your heart immediately sinks. And then your mind races to what types of questions your child might ask and how to best respond.
How your parenting style impacts your child’s development
While there are many things that influence a child’s development, how you parent plays a big part. What's your parenting style?
Strides being made to help people from every background
While mental health disorders do not discriminate, there is increasing recognition that mental health disorders do affect various populations differently.
Using pet therapy to aid Rogers patients
No one’s depression, anxiety, or other mental health struggle is the same, which requires having an array of therapeutic tools at the ready. Pet therapy can give someone the push they need to make additional strides in therapy, but many are confused over what it is and how it works.
The power of mindfulness for your mental health
The practice of “mindfulness” is becoming more commonplace as part of mental health treatment as research demonstrates that mindfulness helps reduce anxiety and depression.
How does screen time affect kids’ mental health?
Kids growing up today are using screens more frequently than those of the past. They are also facing increased levels of anxiety, depression, and other mental health struggles. Dr. Peggy Scallon explains how screen time affects the mental health of children and teens, and how Rogers addresses this issue.
Why telling men to simply ‘talk about it’ simply isn’t enough
Man up. Boys don’t cry. Feelings are for the weak. What happens when for generations, men are held to unhealthy and, as it’s becoming increasingly clear, dangerous stereotypes of masculinity?
Preparing for another season of 13 Reasons Why
The recent release of 13 Reasons Why season 2 is prompting an essential dialogue in our communities. Learn how parents can use the show to open lines of honest communication with their teens.
Managing mental health medications for kids and teens
When children and teens come to Rogers, they are sometimes being treated with multiple medications, making it difficult to determine what is and isn't working. Our residential programs offer an ideal environment for managing medications and keeping only what will help.