Child Development & Parenting:Adolescence (12-24)
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Child & Adolescent Development: Overview
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Child Development & Parenting: Middle (8-11)
Childhood Special Education
Child Development Theory: Adolescence (12-24)

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University of Illinois Counseling Center's Self-Help Brochures
University of Illinois
Information in the form of full text online brochures on mental health and life problems including abuse, depression, academic difficulties, diversity and coming out, eating and body image concerns, family difficulties, grief and loss, relationship problems, self-care, stress and anxiety, and more.

Help is at Hand Leaflet - Adolescense
University of Exeter
The University of Exeter is pleased to be able to publish in full the Royal College of Psychiatrists' 'Help is at Hand' Series. The first leaflet was published seven years ago and the topics covered are continually expanding. Over four million leaflets have now been produced by the College." This Surviving Adolescence toolkit is for parents, teachers, young people and anyone who works with young people

National Inhalant Prevention Center
National Inhalant Prevention Center

The Center provides information and referrals to persons concerned about inhalants. They offer literature, training, a quarterly newsletter, technical assistance, and conduct national inhalant and poisons awareness week.


Love is Respect
Break the Cycle and the National Dating Abuse Helpline
This site was designed for three purposes. First, to create the ultimate resource fostering healthy dating attitudes and relationships. Second, to provide a safe space for young people to access information and help in an environment that is designed specifically for them, and finally to ensure confidentiality and trust so young people feel safe and supported—online and off. The site contains articles on healthy dating, types of abuse that can occur in relationships, how to get help if they are in an unsafe/unhealthy relationship, and how they can take action and get involved in educating other teens about these issues. The information is thorough, yet directed towards teens and easily understandable. Definitely worth checking out!




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Sarah Dinklage, LICSW
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Charles Cudworth, MA
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Leigh Reposa, MSW, LICSW
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Colleen Judge, LMHC                  Manager, SAS
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Manager, Community Prevention
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