Gen Z doesn't follow the same thinking on mental health that previous generations do. They're looking for better ways to form relationships and engage the issue, which seems pervasive in society. Dr. Josh Packard, Ph.D., the executive director of the Springtide Research Institute, focuses on young people and religion. He talked with the In Trust Center's Matt Hufman about the issue and Springtide's research in November 2022. Watch the full discussion below. You can find Springtide's report here.
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