The conversation about suicide and mental health is one that is vital to our well-being. Take a look at some of the things you can do to take action against the stigma of mental health and support suicide prevention.
Getting adolescents to talk about their problems or feelings can be challenging not only for parents, but also for the schools who see the teens daily as students.
There are many great events going on for Suicide Awareness Month. Find out which are in your area to learn more about suicide prevention and show your support.
I recently attended training for QPR: Question, Persuade, Refer: Suicide Prevention. In the course, we learned how to talk with someone going through a crisis and how to get them the help they needed.
While summer is winding down, things are still heating up here at The Kim Foundation! School districts are by far the busiest as kiddos and families navigate the new school year, but here at the foundation, we too are busy doing trainings for school staff, parents, nurses, students, and professionals on...
Listening to someone in need is relatively easy to do. Here are some quick and easy ways to become a better listener.
Resilience is not a trait that people either have or do not have, rather it involves behaviors, thoughts, and actions that can be learned and developed in anyone.
Taking care of yourself as a college student (or someone who is extremely busy) can be most important when it comes to being effective.
It’s hard to believe summer is rapidly coming to an end. Everywhere I look I see back to school signs, supplies, and even some excitement on the kiddos’ faces as they talk about their upcoming year. However, there is usually some anxiety for some of the students as they advance to the next year...
Caring for our mental health is important across the lifespan. Check out some different techniques the mature population can use to stay mentally healthy.