Here are some online sources that we have found helpful; maybe you will too:
For Parents of Young Children:
For Parents of Teens:
For Parents of Kids, Toddler through Teens:
For Parenting Tips and Multicultural Family Tips:
For Adults with ADD/ADHD:
Mental Health Resources for Texans:
And here are some APPS That May Assist Good Mental Health:
Smiling Mind (App Store and Google Play) – launch a regular practice of mindfulness meditation, broken down by age group (ranging from age 7 to adult).
Mindshift (App Store and Google Play) – focuses on anxiety management as well as practicing during calm times; techniques included are for handing perfectionism, test anxiety, panic attacks, and more.
Moment (App Store) – easy way to track how much time you spend on your phone each day (talking, scrolling, social media, texting, etc.). Studies have shown a strong correlation between heavy smartphone use and stress, depression, and anxiety.
WhatsMyM3 (App Store and Google Play) – though not a diagnostic tool, checklists included can be good indicators of whether counseling would be beneficial for anxiety, bipolar disorder, and PTSD.
Calm (App Store) – soothing pictures and sounds provide small but manageable bites of “calm;” options include music, meditation, and sleep suggestions.