What is the problem? What is good mental health, children and young people what is best for them, what makes them happier in their families, to be able to learn better, to do better in school, to enjoy new friendships and experiences we need sound mental health. Childhood and teenage years are when mental health is developed and patterns are set for the future, so the adult is characterized by good mental health much better than what we find in the adolescent person, and we need good psychological to be able to assume the responsibilities of adults and achieve their potential, and unfortunately, the society in which we live can It negatively affects the mental health of our children and young people in this world.
Family disintegration on a large scale: - There is a lot of pressure to get money, an ideal body and a lifestyle. Fear of crime is a permanent source of misery for thousands of young people, just as the large spread of schools, the increase in competitiveness to enter the university gates, the difficulty of obtaining work, and the material cost that we are living now, which continues to rise, causes most of the health problems in children.
A child with his head in his hands: Three children in every classroom have a diagnosable mental health disorder (and that's only those that are diagnosed), one in five young adults show signs of an eating disorder, and one in 12 adults intentionally harms themselves. (and 25,000 of them are hospitalized each year because of this). Nearly 80,000 children and young adults suffer from major depression. Mental health statistics: Society often vilifies and isolates thousands of children and young people, causing them eating disorders and self-harm, so that some of them resort to suicide and are likely to become victims of crime, as most of those who end up in the world of crime are those who have grown up in broken families,
Or those who have dealt with illness, drugs or alcohol problems - not necessarily having experienced it themselves - would have lived through the experience by living in a corrupt atmosphere that includes these problems.
What is mental health? All aspects of a child's development affect their mental health including their cognitive abilities, social skills, as well as their emotional well-being. Building emotional resilience is key. We believe that there are key attributes seen in mentally healthy children and young adults:
1- The ability to enter into personal relationships and maintain a mutually satisfactory space.
2 - the continuous progress of psychological development.
3- The ability to play and learn appropriately for their age and intellectual level.
4- Sensory and moral development and distinguishing between right and wrong.