Wallace Traces Declines in Youth Mental Health Beginning Long Before Pandemic

Stephen’s new Psychology Today article, “Students’ Mental Health is Not Alright,” points out that the precipitous rise in youth mental illness and suicides long preceded the pandemic of COVID-19, while also acknowledging that the virus has undoubtedly exacerbated the problems. It features brand new data from a study by the Center for Adolescent Research and Education (CARE) and Total Brain, a mental health and brain performance self-monitoring and self-care platform. It also includes commentary from Barry Garst, Ph.D., a Clemson University Professor and national advisory board member and senior research fellow at CARE.

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