This books shows vases from children, showing their mental health, how they are diagnosed. But also shows how they see possible signs in earlier stages of the children life. Studies how they are acting too.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 1 in 5 American child between the ages of 3 and 17, which is about 15 million, have a diagnosable mental, emotional, or behavioral illness in a given year. But only 20% will ever be diagnosed and get the treatment needed, leaving the 80% which is about 12 million in the dark. Child and adolescent mental health disorders are the most common illnesses that children will experience under the age of 18. About 50% of mental health cases start at the age of 14. While a tendency to develop depression or a bipolar disorder nearly doubles from the ages of 13 to 18. - a girl shares her story and tells how she was scared to share her experiences with her parents fearing of being sent to a psych ward. they also touch up on new research being done on the brains of teens through screening.-
In adolescents and young adults, suicide is responsible for more deaths than a combination of cancer, heart disease, respiratory disease, influenza, pneumonia, stroke, meningitis, HIVm diabetes, anemia and kidney and liver disease. Even though our culture has recently had a shift on our mindset on mental health and are now showing compassions, many still see mental health still see others with mental illness and addiction as morally broken rather than viewing them as ill. Even though our knowledge and medicine surrounding mental health has increased over time, our stigma surrounding mental health hasn't changed, and even though we are slowly improving the research and treatment nothing will start to help until the stigma of mental health is changed,
A bunch of celebrities whose lives are on constant blast, and have many people INCLUDING young adults and those on the younger spectrum. Though many of them are also opening up about how they used to hide it, but once they started to reach out and get the professional help they needed, they noticed that they weren't alone and they had no idea why they would hide their experiences when they could be using to be helping out others.
Even though mental health seems to be the biggest problem in teens and young adults. THOUGH they are the ones that do not try to seek any help. Mental health issues increase in young adults, but can all be prevented by trying make more mental health services more accessible, and we need to see a change in outlook on mental health issues. The biggest problem with seeking help for mental health, though even though there can be big dangerous risk factors if left untreated. Some where between 20% and 30% of young adult will go through one big phase of depression, while 25% of individuals with some sort of mood disorder, such as depression will begin suffering from different types of symptoms at a young age. 50 to 70 percent of people with anxiety disorders and/or impulse control disorders begin with developing the illnesses at a young age. One out of every four young people will suffer from some type of mental illness, though not many will receive that mental treatment needed until AFTER 15 years of the first early warnings. Though 70% of young adults don't even receive the care needed for their mental health issues. Though health insurance providers are now requited to offer inpatients and outpatient services, all of which deductibles and copayments are not affordable. To make matters even worse State Child Insurance Program also known as the SCHIP, nearly half of the programs will place limits on patient mental health services. According to National Center for Children in Poverty, both federal and state governments CAN do a lot more to help young adults to have access to mental health services. The government programs could provide more assistances by including free or even low costing counseling services, rehabilitation centers, and even service animals. The government should pass a legislation that enhances confidentiality protection for young adults. Though only 20 states have laws that give minors the right to outpatient mental health services. This is what creates a barrier when 55% of young adults will NOT seeks that professional care, if their parents had to be notified. The internet should be a way of utilizing a way for reaching out help to them and providing sources of information on health issues, which include mental health concerns. The internet playing a role in the support and care for young adults suffering with a mental illness. Though both parents and teachers should be trained in recognizing mental health problems in kids and young adults. If the parent doesn't have knowledge of the child's mental health issue, it's even less likely that their child will seek out for help. To stop the escalation of mental health problems and to address the ongoing risk, appropriate diagnosis and effective intervention. In order to prevent the escalation of mental problems and to even address ongoing risks, appropriate diagnosis and effective intervention needs to occur. If it's not properly diagnosed and treated, mental health issues can impact the quality of the young child/teen's life future and life. The New York Times notes that, someone suffering from a mental illness should not feel as they should have to hide it. Mental health issues should not be seen as mental weaknesses. They are just disorders caused by a flaw of biology, not by the character, and they should get the same attention and care that any other illness does.