Bright Nights Community Forum: Adolescent Depression, Resiliency, and Coping Skills
Tuesday March 28, 2017: 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room
Adolescence is a period of great change and great stress. Academics become more challenging, the number of competing responsibilities increase, and navigating the social world becomes more complex.
Major depression in adolescents is common, with 11% of adolescents aged 12 to 17 experiencing a major depressive episode each year (NSDUH, 2014). When depression is diagnosed and treated early, many people with depressive illnesses are able to achieve remission and maintain wellness. Even without a clinical diagnosis of depression, families and adolescents can benefit in creating a surplus of coping skills.
To learn more about depressive disorders in adolescents, including how families can help generate resiliency in their teen, the U-M Depression Center and the AADL will present this community forum on adolescent depression, resiliency, and coping skills.
Lindsay Bryan-Podvin, LMSW, Behavioral Health Consultant and member of the University of Michigan Depression Center will present on this topic. This will be followed by questions from the audience and a discussion with expert panelists, including Craig VanKempen, LMSW, MPH, Social Worker and Health Educator, Corner Health Center; Nicole Speck, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, Clinical Manager, Regional Alliance for Healthy Schools; and Amy McLoughlin, Guidance Counselor, Skyline High School.
This event is cosponsored by the U-M Depression Center and is part of an ongoing Bright Nights series. For more information on the Depression Center, visit their [http://www.depressioncenter.org|website] or contact Stephanie Salazar by phone at 734-232-0330 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event will be recorded