Andrea Berryman Childreth

Mental Health Advocate and Parent Coach

http://www.thelemonadeproject.com
Andrea Berryman Childreth is an award-winning author of the book ON THE EDGE: Help and hope for parenting children with mental illness. She has first-hand experience with mental illness. As the mother of a daughter diagnosed with ADHD, a non-verbal learning disorder, anxiety and depression, she has also struggled with anxiety, depression and bulimia as a young woman, which eventually led to a diagnosis of bipolar disorder when she was 34.

Andrea is the founder of The Lemonade Project, a movement dedicated to calling out stigma surrounding mental illness and empowering families and individuals to openly share their stories, while improving access to equitable services and insurance coverage. She also coaches parents caring for mentally ill youth and owns a marketing firm. Andrea has been featured on KATU-TV, Portland, KOBI-NBC Five on 5, and the Mail Tribune, among others. For more tips or information and parent resources, visit The Lemonade Project.

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Life Is Messy

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Tips for a Calm COVID Holiday

by Andrea Berryman Childreth
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5 Steps to Calming Your Triggers

by Andrea Berryman Childreth
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8 Ways to Practice Self Care

by Andrea Berryman Childreth
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Finding My Soul after Losing My Grace

by Andrea Berryman Childreth
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Lessons From Losing Dad

by Andrea Berryman Childreth
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Early Intervention Is Critical for Managing Youth Mental Illness

by Andrea Berryman Childreth
Depressed sad girl can't sleep late at night tired. Asian woman lying in bed up awake late at night with insomnia, sick with flu fever cold, or headache problem.
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Spiking Anxiety & Depression – How to Take Charge

by Andrea Berryman Childreth
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HALT! To Manage Emotions

by Andrea Berryman Childreth
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Navigating Unpredictable

by Andrea Berryman Childreth
Diverse multi-ethnic students sitting around circle table listen schoolmate ideas studying together in cafe. Multiracial best friends gathered together doing exercise homework making notes on notepad
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What Teens Think about Depression and Suicide

by Andrea Berryman Childreth
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10 Turkey Day Tips for Parenting Challenging Kids

by Andrea Berryman Childreth
Mother Worried About Unhappy Teenage Daughter
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3 Tips that Actually Work with Difficult Kids

by Andrea Berryman Childreth

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