This March, as part of Self-Injury Awareness Month, it is important that parents educate themselves on self-harm and ways to help children who are struggling emotionally.
Sometimes a child’s behavior isn’t easy to handle, but that does not mean a child meets the requirements for an official diagnosis. As a parent and your child’s biggest advocate, you need to know the difference.
Canopy Children’s Solutions welcomes psychiatric nurse practitioner Hart Wylie, PMHNP-BC, as she joins the Behavioral Health Clinic at the Center of Excellence.
Canopy Children’s Solutions welcomes psychiatric nurse practitioner Leah Rigney, M.Ed., MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC as she joins the Behavioral Health Clinic at the Center of Excellence.
Canopy Children’s Solutions opens the Center of Excellence focusing on integrated healthcare with special emphasis on children’s psychiatric care and autism solutions.
Beginning August 2, 2018, Canopy Children’s Solution’s Behavioral Health Clinic will begin serving clients at their new Jackson location.
Test season can be very stressful for students. Learn how parents can help to ease their child's anxiety while still encouraging them to do their best.
In the U.S., 1 in 5 children experiences a significant mental health challenge. Even more disturbing is the fact fewer than 20 percent ever receive proper treatment. Throughout May, which is Children's Mental Health Awareness Month, Canopy wants to remind parents early intervention is a key component in helping children to lead happier healthier lives.