Have you been feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or just kinda “blah” lately? Has it been hard being away from friends or school while in quarantine? Could you just use some help in how to handle tough times?We can help
PATHway is a free, voluntary virtual research study for teens who want to improve their mood and learn how to manage difficult feelings and situations. Developed by mental health professionals, PATHway aims to assess how best to help teens like you build healthy habits and prevent feeling down.Interested?
If all of the below statements describe you, GREAT NEWS, you may be eligible to participate in PATHway.
It was actually fairly simple [to participate]. I talked to [my doctor] about it. I made my account...and I did all the modules. I did try applying the things that were going on within the modules into my own life, because I’ve been going through a really rough time. Going through the modules and trying to use the stuff that is in the modules and applying it to real life actually helped.”Teen Male Participant
Today, I had a lot of negative things happen to me. But, instead of dwelling on them, I listed the positive things that happened during the day and used the tools I learned to change my perspective on the day. These groups have been helping me slowly change my thinking16-year-old Program Participant
Tracking my thoughts and feelings has really helped me see why I get sad or angry. It was really helpful in understanding why I get so down.15-year-old Program Participant
If you are eligible and choose to participate in the PATHway program, you will:
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Remember that if you participate in PATHway…
To learn more about PATHway, email (firstname.lastname@example.org), call (844) 428-7878, or click below for a team member to contact you.Contact Us