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3 Movies to Talk about Mental Health with Children
Movies to Help Start a Mental Health Conversation

Films can be good conversation starters when discussing mental health with your children and can help them develop empathy. We’ve put together discussion topics for three popular children’s movies that touch on mental health.

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Back to School Checklist
Preparing For Your Child’s First Day

It’s that time of the year again: back to school! We’ve created a list of important steps to help you and your child prepare for the start of a new school year.

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Children's Mental Wellbeing and Resilience
Tips to Help Your Child Develop Emotional Intelligence Skills

For children, mental health largely involves the development of emotional and social skills that directly impact their ability to cope with challenge, have healthy interactions with others and cultivate self-esteem. Click the link below for tips to help children develop Emotional Intelligence (EI) skills for mental wellbeing and resilience.

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Helpful Articles

Mind Your Mind Reads

Ready to dig a little further? Our team will curate a list of books each month to help you Mind Your Mind in 2022. Check back each month for new recommendations.

  • The Blue Zones: 9 Lessons for Living Longer from the people who've lived the longest Dan Buttner The Blue Zones:
    9 Lessons for Living Longer from the people
    who've lived the longest
    Dan Buttner
  • Man's Search for Meaning Viktor E. Frankl Man's Search for Meaning
    Viktor E. Frankl

Browse Archived Mind Your Mind Content

Our year-long community initiative is here to bring attention to emotional health, encourage earlier intervention, and better ensure our kids and community are healthy, well, and safe. Explore other months’ Mind Your Mind content by clicking below. At the end of each month, the current month’s content will be available here.

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Become a Community Mental Health Partner!

The newly launched, Community Mental Health Partnership is a strategic collaboration between DLC and organizations that want to invest in community health, safety, prosperity, and wellbeing. Please email donorcare@dlcenters.org for more information on how to become a partner.

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