Depression for Adolescents (ages 13-17)

Depression in adolescents can show itself in ways not associated with common identified symptoms of depression such as low mood, general sadness and thoughts of suicide. Depression in adolescents can include symptoms of increased anger and aggression, self-harm behaviors, loss of interest in activities and social isolation. Depression in adolescents may often be triggered by major life changes including divorce and separation of parents, moving and relocation, and other changes.

If you would like to have your adolescent assessed for depression, or would like to supplement your child’s individual therapy with group therapy please register today.

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McKinney, TX 75070
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