Navigating the Pandemic’s Toll on Teen Mental Health

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Navigating the Pandemic’s Toll on Teen Mental Health

Being a teenager is hard. You’re under pressure to be liked, to do well in school, get along with your family, and make big decisions. But worrying about those things is quite normal.

Feeling very sad, hopeless or worthless, however, could be warning signs of a mental health problem. Reset checks in with a mental health expert about how to care for adolescents.

GUEST: Diana Castaneda, director of Youth and Family Services at Community Counseling Centers of Chicago