The Childhood Depression SourcebookeBook - 1998
Depression is often underidentified in children. As a result, many go undiagnosed and suffer needlessly. The Childhood Depression Sourcebook provides insight into why children get depressed, how to identify symptoms, and where to find appropriate treatment. Dr. Miller distinguishes how childhood depression differs from adult depression and how depression manifests during different developmental stages: early childhood, late childhood, and adolescence. This unique book also emphasizes working with schools on both the academic and social level to help children adjust.
Publisher: Los Angeles : Lowell House, c1998.
Characteristics: xi, 267 p. ; 23 cm.