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KIDS STRENGTHS - KIDS in the CONTEXT of MENTAL DISORDERS
Skill training to Empower Teachers, Health Professionals and Social Workers
As a child or adolescent you might have a lot of questions when you notice that your parents do not feel well or are sick. When the problem is e.g. about depression or a family member is drinking too much alcohol, this often becomes a secret in the family that nobody talks about.

Your worries about what is going on with your parents (sometimes this may be a mental illness of your mother or father) can cause questions and probably frighten you. If you are a child and are also depending on the care of your mom or dad things can be even more confusing. You then may have a number of questions, such as "Why is my mom or dad this way?", "Is my mom or dad actually ill?", "Will I become this way?"; and "Who will take care of me if my mom or dad is sick?"

Don't give up asking!

Send us an e-mail and we will try to answer your questions!



Please tell us, to which E-mail address we should send the answer to your question!


Of course all information and communication is private and confidential!


  Hello,

I am Aleksandra.
I am a doctor and I work with adults who suffer from mental illness.
I also work with their children.
Maybe you noticed at home that something might be the matter with your parents or that they behave in a strange way. You might not ask them, what is going on, or nobody gives you an answer.
Then please, write me your question.
I am here to answer your question personally and confidentially.

Yours Aleksandra
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