Welcome back! This week we present new research that challenges the narrative that increased mental health treatment-seeking is driven by increased psychological distress in young people. Our partner and community pages consider the meaning of refugee status, how work-family balance can aid disadvantaged children, and the Tigray crisis.


Mental Health Treatment Seeking, Not Distress, Increasing for All by Mahala Miller. We present new research that shows that treatment seeking for mental health care is increasing for people of all ages, despite no meaningful increase in psychological distress.

From Our Partners:


The Meanings of Refugee Status by Katherine Jensen

Council on Contemporary Families

Research reports: Across Rich Nations, Disadvantaged Children Do Better When Work-Family Balance Is a Policy Priority by Matthew A. Andersson, Michael A. Garcia, and Jennifer Glass

From Our Community Pages:

Last Week’s Roundup

Sign Up for Inbox Delivery of the Roundup

TSP Edited Volumes