CIVid Mental Health images: An interactive study of kids mental health in the USA.
We present here a collection of pictures that depict a young child’s mental health and wellbeing over time.
Children’s mental illness has a complex and complex interplay with the social and emotional functioning of the whole family, and the care and support of a child’s family and the community is paramount.
This is particularly true for those children living with a chronic illness or with mental health conditions, or those who are not physically able to work.
To explore the effects of these children’s mental illnesses on their social and family relationships, we developed a new dataset, which includes images that depict children’s social and health well-being in the U.S. We found that a child living with mental illness was more likely to have low self-esteem and anxiety, and less likely to participate in social, emotional, and social-emotional activities than those who were not.
We also found that children living in households where the parents are unemployed or disabled were more likely than their peers to report poor health outcomes such as poor mental health outcomes and anxiety.
We further explored the effects on children’s ability to connect with others, to relate to others and to understand others.
We explored the role of the social environment in children’s well-Being.
We observed that children’s physical health was more affected by the social environments in which they lived, and in which other children lived, than by the environment of their own home.
We conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of existing studies on the impact of children’s illnesses on health, well-health and health outcomes.