Now offering services in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island.

Why Measuring Mental Health Improvement Matters

It’s critical that we address pediatric mental health and create access to a proven specialty care model that targets specific needs. At InStride Health, we’re taking on the broken mental health system by offering insurance-based access to a coordinated clinical team with the training, expertise, and evidence-based treatment approach specifically designed for the needs of pediatric anxiety and OCD.

Parenting Your Child With Anxiety

Parenting is hard. Parenting a child who has anxiety can be even more challenging, leaving you feeling drained and unsure of the best approach. Here are some things you can do to effectively support your child (and yourself!) when they are struggling with high levels of anxiety.

How To Steer Through Back-To-School-Stress: A Parent’s Guide

Earlier this month, Dr. Mona Potter, our co-founder and Chief Medical Officer, and other leading pediatric mental health experts in a special 60 minute webinar focused on helping parents identify the signs and triggers of back-to-school stress and anxiety for their children.

CBS Eye On Health

CBS Boston talked to our Doctors Kat Boger and Mona Potter about the pediatric mental health crisis and how InStride Health is helping families and physicians solve the problem.

Is it Normal Anxiety—or Something More?

When a child struggles with anxiety, it is common that parents struggle with their own feelings of helplessness. We’ve been there, we understand.

When to Consider Medication

When a child struggles with anxiety, it is common that parents struggle with their own feelings of helplessness. We’ve been there, we understand.

A Passion for Making a Difference

When a child struggles with anxiety, it is common that parents struggle with their own feelings of helplessness. We’ve been there, we understand.

What is Anxiety?

A certain level of anxiety is a natural part of life. But how do you know if you’re dealing with a “normal” amount of anxiety or a bigger issue?

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