Rogers' Dr. Peggy Scallon discusses adolescent depression: How can you support teens in treatment?

When teens are receiving treatment for depression or other mood disorders at Rogers Behavioral Health, oftentimes loved ones feel unsure of how to offer support. “The most important thing for parents to say is, ‘I love you, I believe in you, and I will walk this journey with you,” says Peggy Scallon, MD, psychiatrist, medical director, Focus Depression Recovery Adolescent Residential Care.

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