Tag: mental health
New IMPACT study shows a risk of lasting mental health problems for severely victimized LGBT youths.
A Longitudinal Study of Interpersonal Relationships Among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adolescents and Young Adults: Mediational Pathways from Attachment to Romantic Relationship Quality
Describes relationship among mental health, attachment to parents/peers, and relationships during adolescence and young adulthood.
Can family-focused treatment reduce suicidality in LGB youth? For some teens, yes.
Have a loved one struggling with an eating disorder but don’t know how to help? Here are tips to start the conversation and be supportive.
Research finds LGBTQ mental health improves from late adolescence to early adulthood because of decreases in victimization.
Eating disorders can affect people from every race, income level, gender identity, and sexual orientation.
Effect of Housing Relocation and Neighborhood Environment on Adolescent Mental and Behavioral Health
Adolescents’ mental and behavioral health does not seem to be positively associated with the relocation to neighborhoods of lower poverty.
Does It Get Better? A Longitudinal Analysis of Psychological Distress and Victimization in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Youth
Psychological distress might get better with less victimization, and early experiences of stress impact the mental health of LGBTQ youth.
Violence between romantic partners – this includes LGBT youth – is alarmingly common and linked to a range of health problems.
Findings from the first study to assess mental disorders using diagnostic interviews with a large sample of male sexual minority youth