Voices Magnified: Youth Digital Crisis

Voices Magnified: Youth Digital Crisis

Premiering September 27 2021, “Voices Magnified: Youth Digital Crisis” examines how the digital world is impacting the mental health of America’s youth. This special will pinpoint how addiction to the digital world is impacting the brains of our youth and...
Voices Magnified: Mental Health Crisis

Voices Magnified: Mental Health Crisis

Premiering September 20 2021, “Voices Magnified: Mental Health Crisis” showcases honest and personal stories of Americans from across the country highlighting the critical issue of mental health in America. Dr. Alfiee discusses ways in which we can help...
Facebook Live Audio Room with Tayla Parx

Facebook Live Audio Room with Tayla Parx

Dr. Alfiee was a special guest to celebrity actress and singer Tayla Parx discussing coping mechanisms and how they can help you in your day-to-day life (friend to AAKOMA Dr. Charmain Jackman of Innopsych was also a guest on the chat). Taylor Parx |...
11 Alive

11 Alive

Dr. Alfiee was interviewed about the challenge behind parents’ strong stances on whether their children should be required to wear masks, including how those strong stances sometimes lead them to act in ways that do not always put them in the best light. She...
WGVU Morning Show

WGVU Morning Show

Dr. Alfiee was interviewed about the Sound It Out Campaign, which is a program by the Ad Council and Pivotal Ventures designed to help parents and caregivers have more meaningful conversations with their middle schoolers through the power of music. Listen...
Metaphysical Milkshake Podcast

Metaphysical Milkshake Podcast

Dr. Alfiee was elated to join actor and activist Rainn Wilson and scholar/producer Dr. Reza Aslan discussing the pressures on the children of this generation in this episode of Metaphysical Milkshake called “Are the Kids Alright?” Watch here

Register here for Virtual Therapy (for young people)

If you are in crisis and need immediate support or intervention, call the mental/behavioral health crisis line of your county behavioral health officeTrained crisis workers are generally available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.  If the situation is potentially life threatening, please go directly to your nearest hospital emergency room.

If you are a teen or young adult in need of mental health support, register here for up to 5 FREE virtual sessions.

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