Experts Advise Parents On How To Help Teens With Mental Illnesses Prepare For College Life

In a 1,300-word story on the front of its Personal Journal section, the Wall Street Journal (4/14, D1, Petersen, Subscription Publication) reports on the advice given by experts to parents for helping adolescents with mental illnesses prepare for life at college, thus ensuring that the teens will be able to handle taking medication and continuing treatment while dealing with the usual challenges the first year at college brings. Experts advise that teens find a mental healthcare professional near or on campus ahead of time if there is any chance that a condition could relapse.

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— “Good Mental Health Away From Home Starts Before College,” Andrea Petersen, Wall Street Journal, April 13, 2015.

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