This week, we were grateful and honored to have George Wohlreich, MD, FCPP, psychiatrist and Director and CEO of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, come and speak with us about our mental health. As 10th graders, our students are dealing with a lot. Whether it’s rebellion, puberty, or sex and sexuality, our teenage years are fraught with obstacles on the path to “self-actualization” or growing up or really just becoming who it is we want to be. Whatever you want to call it, we all have a duty to look out for our own mental health. Most of us have either dealt with mental health issues or witnessed them first hand in our friends, family, and loved ones. Would you seek help if you needed it? Would you know how and when to get help for a friend if they needed it? Thanks to Dr. Wohlreich, we’re happy to say that we could.