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Day for Night: Recognizing Teenage Depression, Vanderpool Films
To order: Call (410) 955-5647,http://www.depressedteens.com
Various videos that you can watch online:
EffectiveChildTherapy.com is an educational website with the mission to inform the public and professionals about which child and adolescent mental health treatments have the strongest scientific support, and are most likely to work. This site is offered as a completely free service and is sponsored by the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, a division of the American Psychological Association.
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
http://www.aacap.org/ — Assisting parents and families in understanding developmental, behavioral, emotional and mental disorders affecting children and adolescents.
http://parentsmedguide.org — Helping parents help their kids.
http://catchit-public.bsd.uchicago.edu/index.html — This site was developed with support from the NARSAD and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Centers for Disease Control and National Institutes of Mental Health to evaluate how adolescents would respond to Internet based depression prevention.
TeenScreen Program, Columbia University
http://www.teenscreen.org/ — The Columbia University TeenScreen Program is an adolescent mental health and suicide-screening initiative active in 40 states.
http://www.ulifeline.org/ — The Jed Foundation's web-based mental health resource providing college students with information, screening, answers to questions and direct access to their respective college's mental health center.
Rebecca's Dream: The Rebecca Lynn Cutler Legacy of Life Foundation
http://www.rebeccasdream.org/—A charitable foundation working to educate the world about depression and bipolar disorder while reducing stigma, promoting awareness and complassionate understanding of depression and bipolar disorder as real diseases.
About Our Kids
http://www.aboutourkids.org — The NYU Child Study Center offers science-based, research-driven psychiatric care to children and adolescents with learning, behavior and emotional disorders.
Teens Health — Depression: What It Is and What to Do About It,http://kidshealth.org/teen/your_mind/mental_health/depression.html
Information on mood disorders for young people — Is It Just a Mood or Something Else?,http://www.dbsalliance.org/bookstore/JustAMood.html
For students in middle and high schools, their parents, and school staff: The Science of Mental Illness, National Institute of Health, Grades 6-8, national.
SOS Signs of Suicide for high school and middle school students, national, screening for mental health.
Red Flags, Ohio area
Yellow ribbon, Colorado area
Preventing Depression: A toolkit for schools, Boston area, Adolescent Wellness.
Listen to the most popular mommy bloggers talk about parenting, depression and stress with Julie Totten, president of Families for Depression Awareness and Dr. Myrna Weissman, Professor of Epidemiology and Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University.
Depression & Anxiety — Rita Arens, Dr. Weissman, Julie Totten
Depression & Stigmas — Alyson Labarge, Julie Totten, Dr. Weissman
Coverage for Mental Health Care — Christina McMenemy
Postpartum Depression Programs — Julie Marsh, Vivien Bruss
Personal Experiences with Depression — Dana Tuzske
Challenges Moms Face When Seeking Help — Dr. Weissman, Rita Arens, Amy Tucker
Signs of Depression in Children & Adults — Julie Totten, Christina McMenemy
Depression Wellness Guide — Julie Totten
Who to Contact — Diane Hoffman
How Family Members Can Help — Kristen Chase, Dr. Weissman
Opportunities for Partnerships — Kristen Chase, Dr. Weissman
Plea for Support from Moms — Kristen Chase, Families for Depression Awareness