Depression In Children

Depression in children is serious but there is hope. It is tough to witness a depressed child who has lost the joy of life; they don’t want to wake up in the morning; they have lost motivation all together.

The parent, child, and child therapist can work together and find the cause and work towards the best treatment. Don’t let your child wander in the dark.

ARTICLE: Discover 4 common reasons behind childhood depression.

Symptoms of Depression in Children


Do you notice a marked change in your child’s mood that has been present more than two weeks?



Loss of interest or pleasure in normally pleasurable activities,


Insomnia or hypersomnia,

Failure to make expected weight gains,

Inability to concentrate,

Recurring thoughts of death,

Emptiness or hopelessness present in your child most of the day.


If so, your child may be suffering from depression. Consider getting further help for your child today.

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