CHOC experts answer frequently asked questions about accessing mental health resources like therapy and counseling for kids and teens.
Protecting the mental health of LGBTQIA+ youth
LGBTQIA+ youths are resilient, but they may struggle with mental health challenges at times. Family support can make a huge difference.
Your guide to mental health resources from CHOC
CHOC is committed to providing valuable mental health resources to families. New guides to timely mental health topics are now available.
9 strategies to support LGBTQ+ youth
Learn from a CHOC psychologist 9 ways that parents, families and teachers can support LGBTQ+ youth, plus a list of helpful resources.
Cyberbullying and COVID-19
As kids spend more time online during the COVID-19 pandemic, cyberbullying may increase as well. A CHOC psychologist offers tips for parents.
Talk openly to your kids about bullying
CHOC offers the following tips to help you start a conversation with your child about bullying, plus guidelines to help you protect your child
How teens can deal with bullying: Teen advisers weigh in
One in five students age 12-18 in the U.S. have experienced bullying. CHOC teen advisers and CHOC psychologists weigh in on how to help.
Weight-Related Bullying – Tips Parents Should Know
There are many forms of bullying, but weight is one of the top reasons why some kids get “teased,” a CHOC pediatric psychologist says.
Teach Your Child to be More Than a Bystander
Here’s some tips, recommended by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ website StopBullying.gov, to teach your kids what to do.