Let's swim upstream for our kids and their mental health

By Margaret Hannah, MEd, GCEC, and Nadja Reilly, PhD March 05, 2018

“We know that during infancy and early childhood, emotional health and wellness are beginning to develop, along with one’s body. While we tend to focus on a child’s physical development, we should do the same with one’s mental well-being.” In a recent contributed piece in Mental Health Weekly, Drs. Margaret Hannah and Nadja Reilly, Co-Directors of the Freedman Center for Children and Families, discuss the importance of preventative mental health care in children and using an upstream approach to promote healthy emotional management.

Read the complete article here on Mental Health Weekly (subscription needed).