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At Youme, we understand that right now, you want all the information you can find. Here is where you can find it. On this page, we offer expert insights on a wide range of topics related to emotional and behavioral health for children and their families. Our hope is that by providing this information, we’re also giving you a little extra peace of mind. We update our blog regularly. So, please, check back often.
Parenting and Social Media
Clinical Writers: Danielle Flores, LCPC Tiffany Casey, LCSW-C Jacqueline Mitchell, LMSW Clinical Reviewer: Jenny Ryan, LCSW-C Social Media has taken the world by storm in
Working Parents: How do they do it?
Clinical Writer: Annamarie Obaya, LGPC Clinical Reviewer: Jenny Ryan, LCSW-C Being a parent involves taking care of yourself and at least one other human being.
How Youme Healthcare is Changing
Pediatric Mental Health Access for
Importance of Early Information to Clients: Many families see a pediatrician at least once a year for their wellness exam. This makes it an opportune moment
The Importance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day: A
Parent’s Guide for Helping Children See The
Another holiday, another day off school. That means sleeping in, playing games, being with friends, or just watching television. So, what actually is Martin Luther King
New Year. New Habits.
A new year means a blank slate, the beginning of a chapter, a time to be better, do better and live better. Exciting, right? So many
Improving Self Esteem
USING BODY POSITIVITY
What is Body Positivity? ‘You can’t hate yourself happy. You can’t criticize yourself thin. You can’t shame yourself worthy. Real change begins with self love and
How to Keep the Grinch Out of Your Holiday Season:
A Youth Guide to Beginning to Understand Our Angry Feelings
During the holiday season, we all decorate our homes, spend time with our families, and watch holiday movies. My personal favorite is The Grinch. It’s a
Healing Benefits of
Practicing Daily Gratitude with your Children
“Sometimes we should express our gratitude for the small and simple things like the scent of the rain, the taste of your favorite food, or the
Practicing Gratitude FOR TEENS AND ADOLESCENTS
What is Gratitude? Why is it important? Gratitude is one of the most positive emotions you can feel. Being grateful is about expressing how thankful you
Mental Health Tips for
THE HOLIDAY BLUES
What are Holiday Blues? Do you ever feel like when the holidays are approaching your mental health starts declining? If you answered yes to that question,
Recognizing the Causes of Your Child’s Disruptive Behavior
Anxiety, which is the most common mental health disorder among young people, affects one in eight children and more than 30% of adolescents in the
Understanding Your Child’s Tantrums and Meltdowns
Every parent has experienced it. Their young child or toddler can’t have the toy they want or that extra cookie they ‘need,’ and chaos ensues.