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Depression can interfere with everyday life for teens and can lead to academic failure, substance abuse, bullying or being bullied, eating disorders, and suicide. Many of the behaviors associated with adolescence — moodiness, anger, social withdrawl — may actually be signs of depression. The teen may not reach out for help themselves, so it is important to know how to approach them or their parents. This free webinar covers how to spot depression in teens, intervention techniques, and communication tips.
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Getting Teens Professional Help
It can be hard to get kids to agree to see a psychologist or a psychiatrist. In fact this is a common stumbling block for many parents of teenagers struggling with anything from anxiety to ADHD , depression , or an eating disorder. Adolescents need to want to get better, and be willing to work with someone to make that happen. For treatment to work kids need to buy into it, at least a little. So it is important to get to the bottom of why kids are being resistant and try to change their minds. Here are some common reasons why a kid might say no to treatment:.
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Help for Parents of Troubled Teens
We can raise children who are well-prepared to bounce back from adversity, but we must never believe that resilience means invulnerability. But all people reach their limits sometimes. Sometimes we need to seek out professional help.
Tantrums, defiance, moodiness, intense emotions, impulsive and reckless conduct. Sometimes it may be hard to believe, but no, your teenager is not an alien being from a distant planet. Your teen may be taller than you and seem mature in some respects, but often they are simply unable to think things through on an adult level.
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