Dr. Chinwe’ Williams, associate professor in the College of Counseling Psychology and Social Sciences at Argosy University, Atlanta, was recently quoted on Lifezette.com. Dr. Williams talked about how to educate children about depression and other mental health disorders.
“Pressures to perform, compete, fit in with peers, and manage stress have mounted in recent years,” said Dr. Williams. He asserts that the “pressure cooker” of modern education is taking a mental and emotional toll on children. Dr. Williams said kids are juggling their own pressures — but they’re also absorbing the financial stress that many parents face in an uneasy economy.
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