Children are struggling with their mental health in nearly unprecedented ways. But as schools let out for the summer and families have an opportunity to take a break, it’s also a great time for parents to give their children a mental reset. If done right, it can put kids on a healthier track for the upcoming school year. In this CNN interview, child psychologist Dr. Neha Chaudhary outlines ways to set children up for success this summer, including developing a structured routine and giving them an opportunity to learn new skills. Read the full interview here.