Change, Resilience, and The Youth Mental Health Project

Pernille Jacobsen

A Letter from our Founder, Randi Silverman Resilience: an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change.* When my son was very young, well before I knew that he would be diagnosed with anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder, it seemed as though the slightest disappointment or change would rock him to his …

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Tis the Season to be Stressed

Pernille Jacobsen

Tis the holiday season to be stressed

‘Tis the Season to be Stressed: 5 Tips for Happier Holidays with the Family   There is no better time than the beginning of the holiday season to take stock of the mental health and emotional wellbeing of your entire family. Entertaining friends and family, eating great meals, attending holiday celebrations and parties, and finding …

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Randi Silverman Discusses Youth Mental Health

Pernille Jacobsen

Randi Silverman talks about the Youth Mental Health Project and the importance of youth mental health on Park City TV

Our Co-Founder and President Randi Silverman talks about the Youth Mental Health Project and the importance of learning more about youth mental health, on Park City Television. She explains the stigma and hardship surrounding mental health issues in this interview right before she is headed to a community event and workshop in Park City, Utah. …

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Randi Silverman’s Straight Talk with Tracey

Pernille Jacobsen

Straight Talk Tracey

Our Founder and Executive Director, Randi Silverman was interviewed by Tracey on her monthly Straight Talk with Tracey. In the interview Randi talks about the Youth Mental Health project and how we work to educate and support parents and key stakeholders so they can nurture the mental health and well-being of children. They talk about …

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A Mother Reflects on her Family’s Journey Turned Movie

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Below is an excerpt from Bipolar Magazine’s Summer 2016 article on our co-founder Randi Silverman. The bewildering effort to figure out what was wrong and how to make it better fired Randi’s passion to help other parents. She co-founded a support group, dove into advocacy, and wrote the script that became No Letting Go.

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Following up ‘No Letting Go’

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No Letting Go movie

Combining an exceptional film with a very important cause. by Martin Hafer In the last few months, I have found two truly unique films and it’s been a privilege bringing them to the readers of Influx. What makes them so unusual is that both were projects by 40 or 50-something women who had absolutely no …

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“No Letting Go”: A Film Review by Lloyd I. Sederer

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by Lloyd I. Sederer, MD Medical editor, mental health for The Huffington Post There is no letting go when you have a sick child. But the journey from illness onset to getting effective treatment and on to recovery (for the fortunate) — and the tribulations along the way — is different when the illness is …

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