Mental Health

Mental Health

Learn about your mental health, and everything that impacts it.

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Mental Health
  • Krystyna (Overwhelmed)

    Let’s talk about feeling overwhelmed. Krystyna shares a memory of being overwhelmed by her school work, and Dr. Lockhart and Nakita discuss how feelings can teach you about OR show you what you need and don’t need.

  • Vocabulary: Part I

    Ross explains the importance of vocabulary surrounding mental health topics and shares some helpful mental health categories.

  • Vocabulary: Part II

    Knowing the difference between mental health categories can help when trying to find support for yourself and others.

  • Kileah Talks About Depression

    Kileah McIlvain, author of A Kids Book About Depression, talks about how a small point of connection can make all the difference for somebody.

  • Find Your Tribe

    As a stand-up comedian, JJ felt like she needed to find her audience in order to succeed. However, she discovered the best supporters found her when she was true to herself.

  • It Takes Courage

    Stage fright is real and so many musicians struggle with it. Knowing that she isn't alone in her fears gives Liz courage.

  • Work Hard. Play Hard.

    Living a life that is passion-filled is a choice, and Kevin encourages you to figure out how you can make time for your passion.

  • Depression | Read-Along

    Find a cozy seat and follow along as Kileah reads her book, A Kids Book About Depression.

  • Depression | Questions

    Is feeling sad the same as depression? Kileah answers some commonly asked questions about depression through the lens of her personal experiences.

  • Depression | Takeaways

    Kileah shares five ways you can advocate for yourself and others struggling with depression.

  • Reinforce vs. Release

    Ross teaches the difference between reinforcing and releasing your emotions.

  • Coping: Part I

    What are coping mechanisms? Ross explains how our brains are wired to help us manage our emotions and how to identify the difference between effective and ineffective coping mechanisms.

  • Coping: Part II

    Changing your ineffective coping mechanisms isn't easy. Ross gives 5 tips on how to get started.

  • David Talks About Change

    David Kim, author of A Kids Book About Change, talks about how everyone goes through change in their own way and at their own pace.

  • The Peaceful Treehouse

    Counselor Ben tells everyone at Camp Adventure a story about finding and making a peaceful place. Plus a singalong, some poetry, bird calls, and treehouse drawing!