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SCC is proud to host Dr. Brad Sachs on September 30. Resiliency is a growing topic in teen mental health which is being promoted in many news forums, blogs and websites such as HealthyChildren.Org. Continue reading –>
In The News ...
Socially precocious middle schoolers were followed for a decade in a recent University of Virginia study. Their cool persona at 13 did not translate into stable adult behavior at 23. Read more.
The Fairfax County Youth Survey is a comprehensive, anonymous, and voluntary survey that examines the risks and protective behaviors and other factors that influence the health and well-being of our county’s youth. The survey is administered to Fairfax County Public Schools 6th-, 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-graders. Continue reading –>
A message from The Women\’s Center: A few weeks ago, one of our wonderful volunteers shared that her son’s friend from school had ended his own life; and just yesterday, another volunteer shared that a young adult in her family had attempted suicide. Continue reading –>
Teen Depression: Jordan Burnham Talk
The opportunity to open a discussion on teen depression was an important event in area high schools in December 2012. Thousands of McLean students and parents saw first hand how a troubled teen survived a suicide attempt, faced his mental health issues and now honestly shares his story. For those of you who missed this opportunity, we have excerpts of his talk available on YouTube.