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While there is such a thing as positive stress, children who experience toxic stress may develop mental illness such as depression, behavioral dysregulation, PTSD, and psychosis at varying times in their life span.
- Review the difference between General Stress and Toxic Stress.
- Understand how a child’s environment affects toxic stress.
- Learn about the effect of toxic stress on a child’s body.
- Learn about the effect of toxic stress on youth development.
Utah State University Extension
Questions: please contact Amy Rhodes at email@example.com
This series is brought to you by the Mental Health & Well-being Champion Group.
The Mental Health & Well-being Champion Group is part of the 4-H Access, Equity and Belonging Committee, which aims to increase the capacity of 4-H and the Cooperative Extension System to create a more inclusive organizational culture. Our champion group focuses on increasing youth development professionals’ knowledge of mental illness and challenges that youth face in order to help these professionals create safe, inclusive programming for our youth.
Zuri Garcia, Amy Rhodes, Kea Norrell-Aitch, Kendra Lewis
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