Teen Anxiety + Depression

Is Your Teen Anxious or Depressed?

Is your teen experiencing emotional instability and mood swings? Have you noticed a shift in your teen’s behavior? Do you have a gut instinct that they’re dealing with some internal emotional rollercoasters, possibly anxiety or depression? Are you feeling the effects of it throughout the entire household - walking on eggshells, not knowing which version of your teen you’re going to encounter, or wondering how you can help them feel less stressed?

If your teen is showing symptoms of:

Being withdrawn
Feeling constantly tired
Mood Swings
Being closed-off

Then, you’ll likely benefit from joining us on Tuesday, April 7th at 7:30 pm EDT for this insightful webinar.

You and Your Teen Aren’t Alone

We’re honored to care for so many teens in this exact position. Whether related to social settings, pressure with growing up, or deciding their next steps in life, we see teens suffering from anxiety and depression have some of the following behaviors:

-Avoiding places and social interactions
-Shutting down in social settings and exhibiting lack of motivation
-Having low self-esteem, negative self-image, talk of self-harm
-Experiencing mood swings, and explosive or unpredictable behavior
-Taking part in unhealthy coping mechanisms and “self-treatment”

Mood disorders affect one in six teens and almost twice as often in females than males. Research shows that when left untreated, teens with mood disorders are at higher risk to perform poorly in school, miss out on important social experiences, and engage in substance abuse.

Hosted by:

David Turner

Take The First Step in Helping Your Teen Feel Better

Whether the anxiety and depression is affecting their day-to-day activities or is presenting itself as underlying stress, please join us for this webinar on Tuesday, April 7th at 7:30 pm EDT with Dr. David Turner, to get the answers as to WHY your teen is struggling and WHAT you can do to HELP them be less stressed!

This webinar will address:
-the most common causes of stress in teens
-presentation of anxiety and depression in teens
-tips and tools to help them feel less stressed and more hopeful
-ways for your teen to take part in their progress

Our team is excited to bring you the information you won’t hear anywhere else! We know it’s hard to watch your children struggle with stress, anxiety, and depression. Join us for this informative webinar so you can learn how to aid them in adapting to the future pressures and obligations of becoming an adult.

We Can’t Wait to Share With You on Tuesday, April 7th at 7:30 pm EDT!