The changing face of challenge in American adolescence—and how to meet it
By Jennifer Blitzer, LCSW-R
Program Director, Woodside Youth Intensive Outpatient Program
American adolescence is changing. Three decades ago, the biggest public health threats to teenagers came from binge drinking, drunk driving, teenage pregnancy, and smoking. All have fallen sharply in the United States. In their place are soaring rates of mental illness. Continue reading
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