White parents of Black children navigate a changing nation

The Associated Press discussed race with six white couples who have adopted or have custody of Black children. These parents are trying to help their children understand race in America while getting an accelerated course themselves.

Crisis Text Line needs volunteers.

Bob Filbin of crisistextline.org talks with Lina DeFlorias about new trends since the coronavirus outbreak and the need for volunteers for this nationwide crisis text line.

Father and daughter host podcast about mental health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and local father-daughter duo have launched a new podcast to address something that's often difficult for families to talk about. The podcast is called Leaving the Valley: What You Should Know about Suicide.

Free film can help your family deal with stress and anxiety

Since this is National Children's Mental Health Awareness Week, The Hackett Center for Mental Health and the organization Okay to Say is rolling out a new tool that is meant to help parents reach out to their children to spark an important conversation.

Ways to cope with 'holiday blues' this season

Signs you may be experiencing the "holiday blues" include fatigue, losing interest in activities you normally enjoy, trouble making decisions or concentrating, withdrawing from friends and family, anger, irritability, and sadness.

EXPOSING HATE: How hate crimes cause trauma

Guests Ashton P. Woods of Black Lives Matter and Concierge Therapist Sabastian Moore discuss hate crimes, racism and how it impacts mental health. Hate crimes are up by 17 percent since 2017.

EXPOSING HATE: How hate crimes cause trauma

Guests Ashton P. Woods of Black Lives Matter and Concierge Therapist Sabastian Moore discuss hate crimes, racism and how it impacts mental health. Hate crimes are up by 17 percent since 2017.