A child may display severe mood swings, outbursts, difficulty in social situations, compulsiveness, and/or sudden changes in behaviours.
When are they considered ‘normal’ developmental changes or ‘just a phase’, and when do you need to be concerned?
Early recognition of youth problems and appropriate interventions are critical for your child’s well-being and the health of your family.
The following section describes some of the most common and serious mental health disorders that youth exhibit, first-hand stories from parents who are dealing with their children’s problems, and how you might best navigate the mental health system for your child.
- Anxiety Disorders
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Disruptive, Impulse-Control and Conduct Disorders
- Depressive Disorders
- Eating Disorders
Stories From Caregivers |Coming Soon
Navigating the System | Coming Soon
- Map of Services
- How to Get Services
- What to Expect of services through various systems
Where to Get Help