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Types of Licensed Mental Health Professionals for Youth

Licensed Mental Health Professionals

Sometimes youth need help managing their emotions or behavior. This article shows the types of licensed mental health professionals you can turn to.

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8 Warning Signs Your Child Could Be Using Drugs

Warning Signs Your Child Could Be Using Drugs

Has your child’s behavior made you concerned that they might be using substances? These 8 warning signs can help you determine if your child is using drugs.

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How You Can Help a Child Who’s Been Abused or Neglected

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There are several ways you can help a child who’s been abused or neglected. Read this article to learn some of the best ways to get involved.

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What You Can Do to Prevent Suicide

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To help protect you and those close to you from suicide, it’s important to learn the warning signs and how you can help prevent it.

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Why Social Work Is One of the Most Rewarding Careers

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If you’re looking for an in-demand career that can provide you with meaning, social work is a great field to consider.

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Child or Teen Need Counseling? Here Are Two Great Places to Start

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If your child or teen is experiencing issues such as low self-esteem or other behavioral issues, counselors are great resources for resolving these concerns.

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How to Address Challenging Behaviors in Children

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Challenging behaviors in children and teens happen in all families, but learn what is typical and what might need additional support to overcome.

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How To Strengthen and Support a Child’s Mental Health

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Mental health is important at every stage of life. The early years are the best time for parents & caregivers to start building a child’s mental health.

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Safe At Home West Virginia Program Inspires KVC’s Home. Hope. Heroes. Event

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Members of state agencies, national foundations, and community organizations will come together on June 2 at the charity event Home. Hope. Heroes, hosted by KVC West Virginia. Proceeds will benefit children and families across the state.

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Family of Eight Finds Healing from Childhood Trauma, Substance Abuse

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Learn how one family received KVC services tailored to the needs of both the parents and children.

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