Depression: 5 Steps Parents Can Take to Help Their Teen’s Mental Health

One of the joys of being a clinical psychologist is the privilege of seeing teens grow and mature. When I meet with Nick now, two years after we first met, I often smile to myself when he leaves my office or more recently when our zoom session ends. Nick is one of the kindest people I’ve ever met. From what he tells me he was always a bit sensitive as a child but not particularly shy as is the case with many socially anxious children.

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