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Q&A WITH DR. PARKER HUSTON

In partnership with Nationwide Children's Hospital and in conjunction with Mental Health Awareness Month, Crew TV Analyst Jordan Angeli spoke with Parker Huston, PhD, a pediatric psychologist working in the Comprehensive Pediatric Feeding Program at Nationwide Children's. He primarily provides services through the evaluation clinics, outpatient treatment and intensive feeding track.
 

 

GROWING OUR GRATITUDE

Research shows that people who practice gratitude and think about the good things in their life are healthier and happier!

Join Nationwide Children's Hospital and Columbus Crew SC and complete the “Growing Our Gratitude” activity and receive gratitude seeds you can plant and watch grow with your family at home!
 

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MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES IN YOUR AREA

On Our Sleeves' national directory helps you find resources in your area, close to your child's support system and community.
 

 

HELPING STUDENTS

Students, more than most, may be struggling with the transitions that have resulted from COVID-19. Relationships. Graduation. Canceled activities.

Learn tips from our behavioral health experts on how you can navigate them through this time.

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SHOW YOUR GRATITUDE

Fill out these On Our Sleeves' cards and share to show why you are grateful and to whom.
 

 

WHAT IS #OnOurSleeves?

The On Our Sleeves movement, launched on World Mental Health Day 2018, is on a national mission to break the silence surrounding children’s mental health.  With free on-line content and resources, On Our Sleeves is offering hope to families navigating mental health issues in their own lives.

All content and resources have been developed with the mental health experts at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

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