Families for Depression Awareness, a national nonprofit organization, is hosting a free, one-hour Teen Depression webinar on Thursday, October 30, at 7PM. Designed for parents, teachers, and other caring adults who work with youth, the webinar covers how to recognize the signs of depression in teens; how to talk to teens about depression; how to get help for a struggling teen; and how to address difficulties, such as refusal of help. People who attend the webinar and complete the online evaluation form will receive a free set of Depression and Bipolar Wellness Guides for Parents and Teens, available in English and Spanish, from Families for Depression Awareness. Register for this free Teen Depression webinar at www.familyaware.org/trainings. (Busy at that time? Don’t worry! After the webinar, all people who have registered will receive a link to the recorded presentation, so they can listen at their convenience.) Families for Depression Awareness is online at www.familyaware.org
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