When it comes to mental health, what’s good for parents is good for children

The Mandarin, Australia, 2019

Parent mental health is an increasingly held topic of public conversation, but it’s fair to say that we have a way to go. Often, child and youth mental health are discussed in isolation – but we can’t talk about child mental health without talking about parent mental health. The two issues go hand in hand.

This short article, written by Catherine Wade from the Parenting Research Centre discusses the opportunity for a national conversation around the impact of parent’s mental health on that of children.

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