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The Depressed Child

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This site is for those people who have concerns of childhood depression, those with such, and anyone who just wants to look around and learn . It offers reasons why the problem may be overlooked in the healthcare profession, as well as the symptoms to look for and developement news, treatments, and resources. The site was administered by the parent of a child who died of undiagnosed depression. There psychology is that every parent should learn about depression and other mental illnesses.
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Date Added to MERLOT: November 22, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 22, 2002
Submitter: Tammy Seelbach


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Language: English
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Avatar for Rebecca Moneyhan Moneyhan
14 years ago

Rebecca Moneyhan Moneyhan (Student)

I spent several hours exploring this site. It is alarming to realize the rate
that young people are committing suicide. Many sad stories are here to read.
Helps parents and teachers learn about the aspects of depression. Beaware of
the behavior of your children.

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It is easily explored. The site is informative and accurate. Everyone will

Avatar for Tammy Seelbach
14 years ago

Tammy Seelbach (Student)

1. I fuigured why ot comment on a site I recommended, so I spent approximately
three hours on thissite looking through the different topics,as a parent I was
very intrigued at its content
2. the content in this site is very informative an a must see by anyone who
deals with children daily and parents as well. I believe that all the info is
very accurate, it just is overlooked most of the time, that is why it is so
important to check thissite out.
3. This has the potential to teach parents and teachers quite a bit of
information that can be very helpful in dealing with children and some problems
they may encounter

Technical Remarks:

This is an extremely easy site to navigate and no one should have any problems
finding all the information contained in it.

Avatar for Douglas Hight
14 years ago

Douglas Hight (Student)

1)I spent about 20 minutes, if time warranted I could have spent much more time
2)The material is vert enlighting, it gives help and knowledge on childhood
depression, an area that is still in the dark ages.
3) The material in this web site could be used by both the teacher as well as
the student, very informative.
4) The web site is very user friendly, and easy to get from one subject to the

Technical Remarks:

Technical enough to servr the purpose but not so technical that it becomes
diffucult to use.

Avatar for   Paparella
14 years ago

Paparella (Student)

I spent about an hour and a half looking up and reading stories around this
topic. This is a topic you don't hear much about, but it seems to be on the
rise. There's alot of interesting/sad information available here. In our society
today it appears to be a necessity to be informed on this issue.

Technical Remarks:

This site is a great tool for anyone in contact with children. Everyone needs to
become more conscious for the signs of child depression. This site allows you
to move easily throughout the different pages.