Resources for Caregivers
Below is a list of varied resources for helping children – and their caretakers - overcome the challenges mental health conditions present. We promise to add to this list as we find new mental health resources for kids and adults. If you have recommendations on helpful resources, please feel free to send them to us under Contact Us. We love hearing from you!
Child Mind Institute
The Child Mind Institute is dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders by giving them the help they need to thrive.
They're the leading independent nonprofit in children’s mental health, operating three Mission Areas that work together for greater impact: Care, Education and Science.
I Don’t Mind: Ask a Therapist
I Don’t Mind is a community of mental health advocates. The Ask a Therapist page has tons of questions that both caretakers and those struggling with mental health have asked, organized by condition. If you don’t see a question you’re looking for you may submit one and receive a response from a real therapist.
Mental Health America
Contains screening tools, treatment information, DIY tools, communities to join and other various resources
A website created by Gabriele Oettingen to help individuals apply her research on goal-setting and planning for obstacles.
Mona Delahooke, Ph. D.
Mona Delahooke, Ph. D. is a child psychologist dedicated to helping children with behavioral challenges and developmental differences. Her website has a blog, videos, podcasts, training and a link to buy her book, Beyond Behaviors. You can also follow her on Instagram @monadelahooke
"GoZen! creates online social and emotional learning programs loved by kids ages 6-15, parents, professionals, and schools. Our mission is to reach 1 million kids with skills to transform stress, anxiety, worry, anger, perfectionism, negativity, and social worry into POWER in the year 2021!”