How To Recognize Depression In Young Kids, And What To Do About It

Even in the best of times, growing up is a roller coaster. And if you decide to take them to Six Flags — whoa, look out. At some point on the road to adulthood, many kids experience some amount of anxiety or depression. But you don’t need to be loosely credentialed daytime therapy show host to recognize what’s going on with your kid. Vicki Botnick, a family therapist who specializes in depression, knows the difference between your teen listening to a lot of Elliott Smith and your 6-year-old displaying signs of something serious.


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