For Parents, Teachers, School Counselors and Staff, Youth Workers, and Other Caring Adults
This 1-hour webinar trained adults to recognize depression in teens and know how to help.
Presented by Nadja Reilly, Ph.D.
Watch our recorded Teen Depression Webinar and learn from Dr. Nadja Reilly, as she discusses
- How to distinguish between depression and teen angst
- What you should know about self-injury, bullying, and other concerns
- How to talk to teens about depression
- How to get help for a struggling teen
- How to address challenges such as the refusal of help
About our Expert Presenter:
Nadja Reilly, Ph.D., is Associate Director of the Freedman Center for Child and Family Development at William James College (Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology); a consulting psychologist at Children’s Hospital Boston; and an Instructor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. She is the editor of Preventing Depression: A Toolkit for Schools; co-editor of the How Not to Keep a Secret peer-leadership curriculum; author of the Break Free from Depression school curriculum; and executive producer of Break Free From Depression, a documentary focusing on adolescent depression.
After viewing the webinar, take our survey to receive a free set of Parent and Teen Depression and Bipolar Disorder Wellness Guides
Want to do more and help others learn about teen depression?
Twenty percent of teens will suffer from depression by the end of their teenage years, and suicide is now the second-leading cause of death among those aged 15-24. What can you do?
You can facilitate a Teen Depression Workshop in your own community. Click to learn more about and order a copy of our Teen Depression Workshop.
Special thanks to our current Teen Depression Program funders:
George Harrington Trust
Thomas Anthony Pappas Charitable Foundation
Rebecca Pomroy Foundation
Adelaide Breed Bayrd Foundation
John Donnelly Trust
Foundation for MetroWest
Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation
Watertown Community Foundation