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Interview with MA, LPC, Author of For the Sake of Our Youth Tessa Stuckey

Trigger Warning: Tessa Stuckey discusses how we can help protect our children from suicide and self-harm.
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Trigger warning: in this interview, Tessa Stuckey discusses how we can help protect our children from suicide and self-harm. She addresses not only the root causes (which are different from what many people may think), but also what we can do to proactively support our children's mental health.

Note that this video is public on YouTube and will remain free for all viewers given its critical importance.

More aboutTessa Stuckey

Tessa Stuckey is a mom on a mission. As a therapist working with teenagers, Tessa has decided to take on parenting from a new perspective. With her energetic and passionate heart, Tessa presents to her research on today’s cultural impact on youth's mental health including early onset depression, anxiety and suicidality. Author of For the Sake of Our Youth: A Therapist's Perspective on Raising Your Family in Today's Culture, Tessa provides realistic preventative care, discussions on living in a screen obsessed world, motivation and hope for families across the nation.

Tessa and her husband, Joseph, live in The Woodlands, Texas where they are actively raising their four sons and continuing the fight against today’s negative cultural effects on youth.

Disclaimer:  All advice and guidance offered on this site is not medical guidance and should not be interpreted as such, and the owner of this site is not responsible for individual outcomes.

I am not a physician, psychologist, or counselor, nor am I licensed to offer therapy or medical advice of any kind. I am a certified conscious parenting coach and my courses, blog posts, and all other guidance are based on my training and experience. If you are having an emergency or are in crisis please call 911, or the National Suicide Prevention Line (800-273-8255), or text the Crisis Text Line at 741741.

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