Helping your Adolescent Identify the Thinking Traps that contribute to Anxiety and Depression

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with Amy E. Graham, Doctoral Candidate, Clinical Psychology; Dual Title, Infant Mental Health. Amy is a Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology at Wayne State University. She is also a Research Fellow at the Merrill Palmer Skillman Institute, where she develops and examines the efficacy of mobile (electronic) health interventions for the prevention of substance-exposed pregnancies.

The presenter will discuss the common thinking "traps" that contribute to adolescent anxiety and depression, and will share many tips and techniques parents can use to help their teen identify, get out of, (and even prevent falling into) the traps.

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