Angermeyer, M. C., Dietrich, S., & Department of Psychiatry, University of Leipzig, Leipzig,
Germany. (2006, April). Public Beliefs About and Attitudes Towards People with Mental Illness: A Review of Population Studies. ResearchGate. Retrieved March 8, 2022, from https://www.researchgate.net/publication/7308814_Public_Beliefs_About_and_Attitudes_Towards_People_with_Mental_Illness_A_Review_of_Population_Studies
This article is a compilation of research essays or studies that have been reviewed to show the astigmatism surrounding mental health, and the overall effects of said stigmatism. This source is a unique look at a multitude of takes on the subject and the potential effects of that which can be crucial to showing that more resources and destigmatization is needed regarding the topic of mental health, especially surrounding teens and adolescents when their minds and views are still very impressionable.
Center for Disease Control & National Center for Health Statistics. (n.d.). FastStats - Adolescent
Health. FastStats. Retrieved March 4, 2022, from https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/adolescent-health.htm
This webpage is a reference page, updated regularly by government organizations, listing health facts about teenagers in the United States including those relevant to mental health, such as rates of suicide among other things. It holds very relevant information as to why mental health in teenagers and adolescents is so important and how many teenagers it truthfully affects in all of the very worst ways. This source provides the exact statistics on the topic and the effects of such on people in the age group specifically named in the topic itself, this is not easily found with any other source.
Gunn, J. (n.d.). Long-term Benefits of Social- Emotional Learning for At-Risk Students.
Resilient Educator. Retrieved March 23, 2022, from
This source specifically delves into the positive effects of social emotional learning and what can be done to further improve upon the topic for students of all ages.
Martinez, K. (2020, February 11). Reading Books Can Benefit Your Mental Health. Step Up
For Mental Health. Retrieved March 24, 2022, from
This source specifically relates to how reading books can improve one’s mental health, no matter the topic being read about.
National Institute of Mental Health. (n.d.). NIMH » Help for Mental Illnesses. National Institute
of Mental Health. Retrieved March 8, 2022, from
This is a cohesive listing of all of the mental health resources readily available to teenagers or young adults that have struggles in mental health. This is helpful because it provides some insight into the resources that are actually available, and what these resources might be missing / what they could offer that is not already readily available.
Once A Langmore (Season 2, Episode 3) [TV series episode]. (2018, August 31). MRC,
Aggregate Films, Zero Gravity Management, Headhunter films, & Man, Woman, & Child Productions (Executive Producers), Ozark. MRC; Aggregate Films; Zero Gravity Management; Headhunter Films; Man, Woman & Child Productions.
This particular quote is a good insight into what people with certain mental illnesses amy deal with on a daily basis.
Sabey, Josh, director. American Tragedy. Boldrush!, 2019.
This documentary is about the Columbine High School shooting on April 20th of 1999 and the mental health that factored into the perpetrators Eric Harris and David Klebold doing the things that they did on that day. It also delves into mental health practices that are being instituted in some lower-level grades around the country. This documentary interviews teachers, parents of the perpetrators, and mental health professionals about the importance of teaching good mental health practices in schools and the massive good impact that it can have later on in students’ lives. This source provides a unique bit of evidence on the topic in the way that it is a first-hand perspective of the effects that the topic has on the people that suffer with it, as well as on those around them.
United States Government. (n.d.). For Educators | MentalHealth.gov. Mental Health.gov.
Retrieved March 8, 2022, from
This source is a cohesive list compiled of the things that educators should do, or need to know, regarding students’ mental health and the issues that they may face because of that. This is very helpful to my topic considering that my goal is to access the resources available, determine resources that may be missing for students, and find ways for those resources to be better provided. Educators are a major part of a student’s support system, so they are equally a very large part of it altogether.
World Health Organization. (2021, November 17). Adolescent mental health. WHO | World
Health Organization. Retrieved March 8, 2022, from https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/adolescent-mental-health
This article is solely about the specific mental health issues that adolescents face, this would make it much easier to research and gather information on what resources would be best for each potential issue that adolescents face. This would be a helpful source to have in order to be able to better access the specific issues and the potential course of action to best help with as many of which as possible.