Location: Bradley Hospital

Bradley Hospital

Emotional and Behavioral Health

Bullying

Nationally, up to 17 percent of children and teens report having been bullied or harassed by kids in school. Learn how to recognize, prevent and help the situation.

Emotions

Childhood is marked by many physical, cognitive, social, and emotional changes. Helping young people recognize and cope with stressors can promote positive physical and emotional health

Life's Difficult Changes

As children grow, they face many changes and need a consistent, nurturing and caring environment to successfully negotiate these changes and challenges.

Depression/Suicide

Children experience sadness, grief, disappointment and loneliness like adults do. Being alert to a child’s behavioral changes and seeking treatment early are key factors to improving depression.

Alcohol and Drugs

By age 15, half of teens have had at least one drink. Underage drinking is risky and young people often don’t realize the damaging effects drinking can have on their lives, families and future.