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Sticking to healthy limits and changing the approach to accommodation can be critical when it comes to raising a resilient child.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death for adolescents ages 10 to 19, but open discussion and increased awareness of prevention options can help bring these rates down.
Suicide rates in the U.S. are on the rise, especially for adults ages 45 to 64, but expanding awareness and effective care can help to identify potential risk factors or warning signs.
Dr. Peggy Scallon and therapist, Samantha Swenson, discuss the critical topic of self harming. Who is at risk, why do teens self harm, and what can be done to help.
Dr. Peggy Scallon and therapist, Harshita Desai, about the impact screen time is having our teenagers today.
Hear an insightful conversation about the importance of validation when parenting teens with depression with therapists, Harshita Desai and Samantha Swenson, and Dr. Peggy Scallon.
Meredith Head, behavioral specialist, and Dr. Peggy Scallon explain behavioral activation, a clinically effective treatment for depression.
Dr. Peggy Scallon, medical director of residential care for teens with depression, breaks down the prevalence and must-know information on teen depression.
One of the primary changes in DSM-5 is that it now recognizes age-related aspects in each disorder and chronologically lists diagnoses that are most applicable to infancy and childhood first, followed by diagnoses that are more common to adolescence and early adulthood, and ending with those that are often diagnosed later in life. Within each disorder category, there are also modifications intended to help clinicians provide more accurate diagnoses that will lead to better treatment.
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