Adult toolkit

How to help a teenager

Adult toolkit

How to help a teenager

Adolescence is a period of great change, and anxiety in adolescence can sometimes be a source of worry for the people in a teen’s life. Adults can experience uncertainty and doubt or feel overwhelmed by the situation, all of which is completely normal.

Know that you are not the only one going through trying times, and that there are concrete things everyone can do to identify teen anxiety symptoms, support teens’ well-being and help them grow—even during the hardest periods. Adults can play a key active role in this decisive, yet normal developmental stage.

We created the Adult Toolkit to support you and help you find everyday solutions. It is aimed at families and school staff, with tools designed specifically for each group.

 

FOR FAMILIES

– Clear and scientifically validated information
– Practical tips
– Videos and personal accounts

 

FOR SCHOOL STAFF

– Pedagogical tools created with experts
– Advice
– Videos and podcasts

 

WITH THIS TOOLKIT

We want to help you better understand adolescence and psychological distress, looking past prejudice and taboos so that you can learn how to deal with teen anxiety and depression from a more level-headed standpoint.

JOCELYNE MONTY, PAVING THE WAY FOR INITIATIVES

As a long-time chair of the board for the Fondation des Maladies Mentales and a trusted ally of the Fondation Jeunes en Tête, Jocelyne Monty has made many dreams come true. Thanks to her considerable financial contribution to the Mental Health Toolkit, she has allowed Fondation Jeunes en Tête to take a major step forward by helping teens, their parents and anyone involved with psychological distress in young people access relevant information on this issue.

Because of their involvement and generosity, Ms. Monty and her family are a source of inspiration for us all.

Teen toolkit

Anyone can fall on hard times. And it can be difficult to see clearly in such periods. But we have answers to help you better understand what’s going on.

Access the teen toolkit