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teen suicide attempts

Minors, Mental Health & the Media: In Response to "13 Reasons Why" (Pt 2)

In Part 1 of this blogpost, Rachel Osborn, a Therapist and Clinical Manager with the Mary's Center School Based Mental Health Program (SBMH), shared her thoughts on the controversial Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. In Part 2, she highlights common warning signs of suicide and gives some great advice for schools, parents and caregivers, young people and community members. 

Minors, Mental Health & the Media: In Response to "13 Reasons Why" (Pt 1)

A new show on Netflix has teenagers fascinated and parents worried that it might push vulnerable young people to act on their suicidal thoughts. In this two-part blogpost, Rachel Osborn, a Therapist and Clinical Manager with the Mary's Center School Based Mental Health Program (SBMH), shares her thoughts on the controversial series and gives some common warning signs of suicide, as well as some helpful advice on how to talk to young people about the issue. 

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