Teen & Child Depression (page: 2 of 3)

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  • Cognitive Psychology for Teen Depression
    Teen depression is a concern today, but medications have been shown to increase the risk of suicidal thoughts and behavior for some teens with depression However, a therapy formed from cognitive psychology can help to alleviate depression. Let's look at cognitive psychology and teen depression.
  • How Can I Help My Child Out of Depression?
    How can I help my child out of depression? Depression is a serious mood disorder that can wreck havoc with a child’s life. A parent can help the child out of depression through many ways. Read on to find out how.
  • Why do Some Children Have Low Self-Esteem and Depression?
    Low self-esteem and depression among children can cause them extreme difficulties as they grow up and try to make sense of the world and their place in it. This article is a look at the factors which can increase their risk of developing these problems.
  • What are the Best Ways of Helping a Teen with Anxiety and Depression
    The teenage years can be some of the most emotionally trying times in a person's life. It is the transition from childhood to adulthood and the change is not only physical but also psychological. This article is designed to help find the best approach for teen anxiety and depression.
  • 7 Facts about Teen Depression
    What do we know about teen depression? While occasional bad moods and acting out are normal during the teenage years, teen depression is more severe and long-lasting, causing anger, sadness and despair. Teen depression is highly treatable, but best when caught early and monitored carefully.
  • Insight into Childhood Depression Symptoms
    Depression is not a respecter of age. It is not limited to adults; children can suffer from depression too. Read on to find out what the symptoms of childhood depression are.
  • Teen Depression & Suicide: Is Your Child At Risk?
    Ninety percent of all teens and young adults between the ages of 15-24 who commit suicide were suffering with a mental illness at the time of their death. Knowing the warning signs of depression and suicidal thoughts may save a teenager's life.
  • The Link Between Cyber-bullying and Depression
    Depression can trigger suicide in children in teens. The rise in cyber-bullying or cyber-aggression can intensify feelings of isolation, worthlessness and helplessness which can lead to or intensify depression.
  • How is Dysthymia in Children Treated?
    Dysthymia is a mood disorder which is less severe than depression. Children diagnosed with dysthymia can be treated using medications, therapy, or both approaches together.
  • What are the Social Factors that Contribute to Teen Depression?
    Figuring out some of the social factors of teen depression can be confusing. Learning how to gauge your teenager for signs of depression can be especially important for families with a history of mental illness.
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