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Children’s Mental Health: How We Can Promote Wellness

Kids Together

During World Mental Health Day, let’s raise awareness about the importance of mental health and promote wellness for all ages! Check out these helpful resources.

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Medical Directors Transforming Behavioral Healthcare

Camber’s Medical Directors, Dr. Jyotsna Adma and Dr. Anh Vinh, have dedicated their careers to helping children and families achieve wellness—both physical and mental. See how they’re transforming behavioral healthcare in this blog.

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Easy Activities To Strengthen Your Child’s Brain

Strengthening your child’s brain is fun! Read this blog for brain strengthening activities that develop executive thinking skills and build new memories!

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The Brain Isn’t Just Born, It’s Built

Essential Parts of the Brain

How does the brain develop? Read our blog to understand the impacts of toxic stress, positive and negative interactions, and emotion regulation.

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Healing Childhood Trauma with Innovation: James Roberson

James Roberson

James Roberson, Sr Vice President for Camber discusses innovative techniques for trauma-informed childhood brain development.

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The Benefits of Play Therapy

Play Therapy at Niles

Play therapy offers a different way to communicate with therapeutic treatment. Learn more about this fun and effective mental health approach.

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Sesame Street Releases Tools to Help Children Affected By Trauma

children affected by trauma

The popular children’s show Sesame Street is hoping to provide coping strategies and resilience-building techniques to children who have experienced trauma in new videos and printable resources.

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Identifying and Regulating Emotions After Experiencing Childhood Trauma

Emotions after experiencing childhood trauma

Learn more about identifying and regulating emotions after experiencing childhood trauma and get access to other mental health tips.

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