Children's Mental Health eReviews

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The Children’s Mental Health eReview is Children, Youth & Family Consortium’s free and accessible online publication that integrates research and practice expertise to improve services and promote children’s mental health. Each eReview issue focuses on a topic relevant to the needs of children and families, and features research-driven articles from University and community professionals. Authors representing diverse perspectives and fields of practice offer ideas for using the research in specific settings.

For more information about the eReview, contact Cari Michaels at cmichael@umn.edu.

Current eReview issue

eReview - Transgender youth

Mental Health of Transgender Youth: The Role of Family, School, and Community in Promoting Resilience (PDF)

Authors: Jenifer K. McGuire, Ph.D., MPH, Derek Mahan, Vanessa Lacey, B.A., Mary Clark Hoelscher, Ph.D.

Summary: Learn about terminology and statistics related to transgender youth, their experiences, strengths and struggles, and ways to support them in our families, schools, healthcare settings and communities.

Read a summary of this issue (PDF).

Explore the Transgender Toolkit for to find terminology, videos, recent research, resources for schools, and links to community organizations.

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