Think about what a day looks like for today’s teenager. Most days, you’re balancing eight hours of class, after-school activities, hours of homework and maintaining relationships with family and friends. Some are doing all that while working part time. Most are doing it while trying to maintain a certain image in the outside world, in person and online — all while internally struggling with self-esteem issues that are common during adolescence. For some teens, online image holds a lot of importance. The Pew Research Center reports 94% of teens who go online using a mobile device do so daily, and 71% use more than one social media site when they do. That can lead to intense peer pressure, scrutiny and […]
AIM Center provides consumer-driven psychiatric rehabilitation services that enhance recovery in the living, working, and social environments. By offering a lifetime membership, AIM participants are encouraged to utilize services whenever needed.
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