Established in 1949, Mental Health Month seeks to raise awareness on the trauma and impact of mental health on children, families and communities. Starting the conversation with your kids on mental health is an important step in maintaining a healthy dialogue where they feel comfortable to discuss their feelings and emotions with you. But sometimes it can be hard to know what to say. Education plays an important role in reducing mental health stigma, so we’ve compiled a list of books for children across age groups that can serve as a conversation starter on the topic. Keep reading to learn more!
Ages 2-5: Don’t Feed the Worry Bug
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