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It is estimated that 1 in 5 children have a parent with a mental illness, and studies have shown that such children are more likely to develop mental health problems when compared with their peers.… Continue Reading
BackgroundA considerable number of people with a mental illness are parents caring for dependent children. For those with a mental illness, parenting can provide a sense of competence, belonging,… Continue Reading
Abstract Universal parenting programs, which are preventative social services seeking to strengthen parent child relationships, are not as common as those targeting specific physical or behavioral… Continue Reading
Children who grow up with a parent who has a mental health problem (25%) are at increased risk of developing (health) problems themselves. One approach to reach those children for early intervention… Continue Reading