The ongoing pandemic combined with increased fears of aggression have heightened awareness of the needs of young people seeking mental health treatment, according to news reports.
The author shares his experience of helping adolescent clients take charge of their life after negative consequences of substance use or abuse, and empowering young men and women to make better choices and minimize risky behaviors using harm reductive methods.
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